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TX legislator files bill offering gun courses to students

There could be more guns on Texas school campuses if one lawmaker has his way. A state representative filed a bill to give school districts the option to offer gun safety courses to high school students.

TX special needs student hits shot of a lifetime

Mitchell Marcus, a special needs student, spent three years as the team manager for the Coronado boys basketball team.

Meet the Pigzilla of New Summerfield

East Texas is cattle country. But for one New Summerfield family they have made raising pigs a lucrative business

One week courtship turns into 10 years of wedded bliss

Couples across the world will become engaged on Valentine’s Day. If you look at statistics, most of those couples have been together for roughly two years.

Chris Kyle autobiography flying off Texas' shelves

Earlier this week, Texans mourned the loss of an American hero, Texan and dedicated veteran advocate.

Porta-potty meth lab found on golf course

Under cover drug agents defuse a mini meth lab found inside a porta-potty in the middle of a golf course Tuesday in Purcell. Staffers noticed strange sports drink bottles with chemicals inside the porta-potty and called police.

Violent fugitive stabs officer, escapes in Dallas area

Authorities are searching for an escaped convict who is considered highly dangerous. On Monday night, Alberto Morales, 41, of Havanna, Cubs, stabbed a law enforcement officer in the Dallas area and escaped.

Hundreds of Aggies to plant thousands of trees at fire-ravaged Bastrop State Park

Flash back to Labor Day weekend in 2011 when high winds spawned by a tropical storm in Louisiana combined with epic drought conditions to fuel the most damaging wildfire in Texas history in and around the Central Texas community of Bastrop.

Man caught with more than $1.1 million in cocaine at TX border

Customs and Border Protection Officers arrested a 61 year old man trying to smuggle cocaine into the U.S. over the weekend.

TX bill to limit junk food bought with food stamps

Some folks in Texas may soon be limited on how much junk food they can purchase.