Gay rights signs placed on TX Chik-fil-A restaurant

A Chick-fil-A restaurant in San Antonio, Texas, became a battleground for gay rights. More than two dozen signs covered the windows Thursday morning, calling for marriage equality.

TX officials warn of senior citizen identity theft scam

State authorities are warning senior citizens to be wary of identity thieves who are posing as Medicare officials in an attempt to steal seniors’ sensitive personal information.

AMBER ALERT CANCELED: Dallas teen found safe

UPDATE: An Amber Alert is canceled for a Dallas teen kidnapped Tuesday.  According to the Texas Department of Public Safety, Aron Lavon Jones, 16, was found safe this morning.

STUDY: TX 14th, LA 37th freest state in US

A study by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University shows Texas to be the 14th freest state in the United States.

TxDOT plans to fund 13 TX control towers, including TSTC Waco

In an effort to ensure safety at 13 municipal airports in Texas, the Texas Department of Transportation today said it intends to fund continued service of air traffic controllers when federal funding goes away as a result of sequestration, or b

Jon Hamm responds to below-the-belt jokes

Internet, Jon Hamm is not amused.

The waitress, the autistic girl and the broken hamburger

Last Sunday was just an average morning for Anna Kaye MacLean.

Massive cyberattack hits Internet users

Internet users around the globe are facing slowed-down service, thanks to what's being called the biggest cyberattack in history.

Human traffic: Africa's lost boys

It has been a starting point for some of the world's top soccer players.

Pope Francis to wash youths' feet at detention center

Pope Francis will wash the feet of 12 prisoners at a youth detention center in Rome as part of a Holy Thursday Mass ahead of Easter, the Vatican said.