Attorneys for a North Texas hospital corporation, Sundance Behavorial Healthcare System, filed a motion Friday seeking to quash an indictment accusing the company of involuntarily and illegally holding patients.
The Austin Fire Department posted a letter on Facebook from “Juanita from Phoenix,” who called the firefighters she met at a gas station “heroes” as they traveled to fight the Woolsey fire near Malibu, California.
Whataburger’s ugly orange Christmas sweater, a $42.99 unisex stocking stuffer, sold out in less than 24 hours, but a new shipment is on the way, and the company says they’ll be available again around Dec. 5.
Southlake mayor Laura Hill spoke in support of embattled councilman Shahid Shafi Wednesday night during a standing-room-only crowd of moms and others who talked about ideas for combating racism and bigotry.
New Mexico oil and gas regulators are being pressured to delay a decision on an application by a Texas-based company that seeks to ease restrictions on well locations in one of the nation's oldest producing basins.
The Texas Board of Education has approved changes to the history curriculum retaining lessons on Hillary Clinton and Helen Keller and about how Moses influenced America's Founding Fathers and clashes over states' rights helped cause the Civil War.
A judge has committed a 56-year-old woman to a psychiatric facility after she and her boyfriend appeared told a Texas church where a gunman killed more than two-dozen worshippers that the massacre was a hoax.