A massive wild feral boar was removed from the Gateway Hills Golf Course in San Antonio last week. Earlier this month, it became legal in Texas to kill the animals without a hunting license.
Rancher Trey Woody called the gruesome sight one of the "wildest and craziest" things he'd ever seen.
"And when prompted, my grandson must say he's a girl," says Randi Woodley, who is raising 4-year-old Michael, also know as "Tink."
During the third Democrat debate, O'Rourke made a rousing plea to ban the possession of certain military-style rifles, such as the AR-15.
"This is how we will get our country working for us again, the American people," Yang said during his opening statement.
Cesar Gonzales' family promised to keep a lock of his hair uncut if he recovered from meningitis. The Mathis Independent School District, however, claims his long, thin braid is a violation of school dress code.
The singer's iconic "Hi, How Are You" album cover found its way to murals, t-shirts and more; the singer was adored by many cult icons.
"Things like transportation and childcare should never be barriers for Texans seeking to access abortion care," said Amanda B. Williams, executive director of the Lilith Fund.
"I'm not saying that there is no monkey, in fact, I am sure there is one on the loose. Out here, anything is possible, said Santa Fe police lieutenant Greg Boody.
"Man, I want to apologize, I don't know if me passing will bring y'all comfort for the pain and suffering I caused y'all," Mark Anthony Soliz said.
Longtime Texas Republicans and Democratic pollsters say predominately white new arrivals who moved to enjoy the state's economy are a primary factor behind the state potentially turning blue in 2020.
"We will open fire on these thugs," Ralph Pulliam, the white man who sent the messages, wrote in an email to the office. "It will be a bloodbath."
"Texas must achieve several objectives to better protect our communities and our residents from mass shootings," Gov. Abbott said in a press release announcing the executive action.
While it's unclear what exactly caused the 36-year-old to fail a background check, records indicate he had previously been arrested for evading arrest and criminal trespass in 2001.
The suspect was allegedly with a group of people who flew into a collective rage and tried to storm the Houston-based restaurant shortly before 9.m. on Monday.
Footage of the rodent has gone viral on Facebook, where it has attracted more than 1.6 million views. Whataburger confirmed the store has since been "cleaned and sanitized."
Starting today, sending unwanted explicit images could cost violators up to $500.
Texas Republican congressman Matt Schaefer railed against Americans calling for lawmakers to "do something" about mass shootings, arguing via Twitter Saturday that God and prayer are more effective than gun control regulations.
An impassioned Beto O'Rourke told CNN's Dana Bash Sunday the epidemic of U.S. gun violence is "f***ed up" just one day after the second mass shooting in less than a month in his home state of Texas.
Gun owners in the state of Texas can now legally bring firearms into churches, synagogues and schools after a loosening of restrictions passed by legislators earlier this year.
On Sunday, sweeping new changes on gun laws take effect in the Lone Star State — making it easier to carry guns in public places, including schools and churches.
Police say the suspect, who was shot and killed, was a white man in his 30's.
"What American Airlines is doing is discrimination," said attorney Reginald McKamie, Sr., who is representing Texas man Dana Holcomb in a case against the travel operator.
The Aggies are the 12th-ranked team in the country but face a very difficult schedule in Jimbo Fisher's second season in charge.
"We trust hospital staff to treat us in emergencies, not take advantage of our vulnerability," said Assistant District Attorney, Kaitlin Kaufmann after the sentencing of nursing aide Ernesto Pedraza, 53.
"I had to sit there and watch my two babies die," LaShawna Morgan said. "That is an image I will have for the rest of my life."
"I pulled out my phone. You never know these days."
"I know that it's a big issue. People don't use the picnic area because they don't feel comfortable and that barrier would make the city safer," a city commissioner said.
The boy's father had long tried to convince judges that Bowen was lying and there was nothing wrong with his son.
Ransomware attacks have been gaining currency among hackers in recent years as a preferred method of extortion.