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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.

What happens if DHS shuts down?

Congress has just 12 days until Department of Homeland Security funding runs out, and House Speaker John Boehner this weekend said he was "certainly" willing to let that happen.

Texas restaurant receiving threats after Facebook post

A Texas woman is leading a campaign against a local restaurant, over what she says is mistreatment of a homeless man, but the restaurant owner says the woman has it all wrong and that her posts on social media are hurting his business.

'American Sniper' trial: Deputy says defendant explained killings

STEPHENVILLE, Texas (CNN) -- A former deputy testified last week that he overheard the defendant in the "American Sniper" murder trial explain why he killed two men. Gene Cole, who worked for the Erath County Sheriff's Office at the time, testifie

North Texas Man Convicted in Fictional Disney Scheme

A 35-year-old Plano, Texas man has been found guilty of federal violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.

Walmart sues Texas for right to sell liquor

Walmart is suing the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission in hopes of some day selling liquor across Texas.

Cattle rancher's wife: Cows too priceless to sell

ANGLETON, Texas - Cattle are the state's most profitable agricultural product, but one cattle rancher's wife decided the animals are too priceless to sell. Renee King-Sonnen married a fourth-generation cattle rancher six years ago.