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Texas man convicted of 10th DWI gets life in prison

Houston's Bobby Gene Martin - who was convicted this week of drunken driving for the 10th time - finally may have had his last drink.

Crime Stoppers offers reward for TX most wanted sex offender

The Texas Department of Public Safety has added Mack Brady Meadows, 64, to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offender list, and a cash reward up to $3,000 is now being offered for information leading to his arrest.

Bat Fan's Birthday: Batman Surprises Hospice Patient For Birthday

Altus Hospice in Dallas made patient Jeffrey's birthday party a blast after a surprise visit from Batman! Jeffrey suffers from Hunter's Disease, a terminal genetic disorder, that has a life expectancy of 7 to 15 years old.

Texas Game Warden notes: Man runs over deer for "free meat"

The following items are compiled from recent Texas Parks and Wildlife Department law enforcement reports.   Duck, Duck, Goose

Texas 4-year-old attacked by dog while at playground

A Houston mother wants to make sure no other parent has to watch their child be attacked by a dog. It happened to her four-year-old daughter and it wasn't a stray dog. Someone let the dog run free.

Texas judge grants request to stop executive action on immigration

A federal judge in Brownsville has granted a request from 26 states suing to stop President Obama's executive actions on immigration.

Judge in Texas orders temporary halt to Obama immigration action

A federal judge in Texas has temporarily blocked President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration, which has drawn opposition from 26 states across the nation. United States District Judge Andrew Hanen ruled late Monday night to block e

Suspect's confession played at 'American Sniper' trial

The man accused of killing Chris Kyle, subject of the hit film "American Sniper," and Kyle's friend said he didn't have a choice.

Elite runner crawls across the finish line at Austin Marathon

Lifelong runner and Austin Marathon race director John Conley has been a part of many races, but none of the finishes he's been a part of quite compare to what he saw Sunday in Texas.

Texas A&M 'Corps of Cadets' selects first woman leader

Announcement from TAMU: Beginning in the 2015-2016 school year, a female Texas A&M student will lead the university's legendary Corps of Cadets.