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State struggles to launch energy efficiency program

 

Princeton Review rankings: Did your school make the list?

The Princeton Review released it's annual ranking of American universities and a handful of Texas college made the list in several categories.

EPA's proposed emissions limits drawing debate

In this city east of Houston, petrochemical facilities are a common part of the landscape and a major engine for the local economy.

Years after tragedy, calls for mental health screening

It has been 13 years since Clear Lake stay-at-home mom Andrea Yates phoned 911 to inform police she had just drowned her five children.

Three Texas workers electrocuted when scaffolding touches power line

Three people were electrocuted in an industrial accident in Hardin County Wednesday morning, according to officials.

Suspects arraigned in shooting death of Border Patrol agent

Two men accused of murdering an off duty Border Patrol agent were arraigned in Willacy County on Tuesday.

Texas posts top high school graduation rates, again

Texas education officials once again announced top high school graduation rates on Tuesday, reporting that 88 percent of public school students in the class of 2013 received a diploma within four years.

Congressional inaction leaves border communities hoping for funds

Congress left towns and counties on the Texas-Mexico border hanging last week when it adjourned without sending a supplemental budget measure to the president.

Texas home alone terror

A frightened 12-year-old grabbed a knife and ran into a bathroom when an intruder broke into her family's home in Cypress, Texas Monday afternoon.

24-year-old ICE detainee passes away in south Texas hospital

A 24-year-old Salvadoran national who had been in U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Removal Operations custody since June 27, 2014 passed away Sunday, August 3 at Laredo Medical Center.

Legal challenge to abortion regulations goes to court

Texas abortion providers’ next attempt to block strict abortion regulations that the Republican-led Legislature passed last year begins Monday in Austin, where a federal court is considering whether to block a provision of the law t

Texas doctor joins ebola fight

The director of the High Containment Laboratory Operations at the Galveston National Laboratory is headed to Sierra Leone to help battle the Ebola outbreak.

Military 'HEROs' prepare for new mission: protecting children

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TxDOT plans to research futuristic tech

    The state could fund research into self-driving cars, jet packs and hover cars if a new proposal by the Texas Department of Transportation is funded.