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SpaceX, Blue Origin compete for NASA contract

Two private space travel companies working to launch shuttles out of Texas are competing for the same NASA contract that is expected to be handed out in the coming weeks.

Analysis: To debate or not to debate?

Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott reneged on an agree

Boy calls police from inside carjacked SUV

A Houston boy is happy to be home after a frightening ride inside a carjacked vehicle. His actions helped police rescue him and other children who were in the car, Syan Rhodes has the story.

Ft. Hood shooter writes ISIS leader, asks to become 'citizen' of Islamic State

The Army psychiatrist who killed 13 people at Fort Hood has written a letter to the leader of ISIS, asking to become a citizen of the Islamic State's caliphate, his attorney said Thursday.

Judge: Texas school finance system unconstitutional

    Editor's note: This story has been updated throughout.

Fort Hood shooter writes to ISIS leader, asks to become 'citizen' of Islamic State

The Army psychiatrist who killed 13 people at Fort Hood has written a letter to the leader of ISIS, asking to become a citizen of the Islamic State's caliphate, his attorney said Thursday.

Judge: Texas school finance system unconstitutional

Editor's note: This story has been updated throughout.

Albuquerque Police shooting contest draws fire

Critics of recent police shootings in Albuquerque, New Mexico have asked the city's mayor to cancel the upcoming NRA Police Shooting Championship set for next month.

Texas 10 most wanted sex offender arrested in Mexico

Dallas Wayne Waddell, 49, a Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offender, is now in custody after being arrested last week in Mexico.

Meeting to improve care of individuals with Dementia

The New Mexico Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program, housed in the Aging and Long-Term Services Department, has initiated a half day meeting on August 29th for people involved in long-term care—from those providing the care, to those who regu

Houston dad found not guilty of gunning down drunk driver

A Texas father accused of gunning down the drunk driver who killed his two sons shortly after the accident has been acquitted of murder. The jury took just three hours to announce its verdict in the trial of David Barajas.

Attorneys call judge in Perry case thoughtful, fair

If Bert Richardson remains on the bench for the criminal case against Gov.

Critics charge local bond elections lack transparency

 

Secretive group launches pro-Perry site

A secretive nonprofit, which until recently has been known solely for its efforts to unseat New York Democrats, has launched an online campaign in support of

Critics charge local bond elections lack transparency

It was a powerful lineup of Texas Republicans who joined Comptroller Susan Combs early last year at a state Capitol news conference.