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24 states now suing Obama over immigration

Twenty-four states have signed onto the legal challenge against President Barack Obama over his executive action on immigration, incoming Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced Wednesday.

Texas woman looking for justice after teen sister burned alive

Amanda Prince, a local Fort Bliss Army wife, says her relationship with her little sister Jessica Chambers was a typical one.

3 dead after small plane crashes into Maryland house, officials say

A small plane crashed into a house in suburban Washington, D.C., Monday morning, killing at least three people, according to emergency officials at the scene.

Texas Wide Open For Veterans offers vets one stop opportunity to live and work in TX

Active members of the military and veterans who are considering where to begin their civilian lives can now access a new resource that reveals the many advantages and opportunities awaiting veterans choosing to make the Lone Star State their pe

Texas lawmakers call for D.C. reimbursement on border security costs

More than two dozen Texas lawmakers today called on Washington to reimburse the state for costs related to the federal government’s failure to secure the border.

Gas dips below $2 in Texas

Gas prices fell below $2 a gallon at a station in San Antonio on Friday, making Texas the second U.S. state where prices have dipped that low this week.

Gas dips below $2 in Texas

 NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Gas prices fell below $2 a gallon at a station in San Antonio on Friday, making Texas the second U.S.

Employees of Texas school district embezzle $280K

Three former Beaumont Independent School District employees have pleaded guilty to federal violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.

Court orders Texas killer's execution postponed

The 5th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals has stayed the execution of Texas death row inmate Scott Panetti, who was scheduled to be put to death at 6 p.m.