Wednesday Jul 16
El Paso Times
El Paso businessman Paul Foster in middle of UT controversy
El Paso businessman Paul Foster was the man in the middle Wednesday as he works to quell a controversy that many believe is damaging the University of Texas' Austin campus and the UT System as a whole.
Loy Lake Bridge Beam Construction Begins June 25, with Overnight Lane Closures
Welcome to the Food Handler Classes service for the City of Waxahachie, Texas. This food handlers certification course is for any food service employee who needs to obtain a permit in order to work in a retail food establishment, or any individual who des .
Mysterious newspaper carrier saves 5 people from fire
Authorities in Texas wish they knew who to thank after a newspaper carrier for the Waxahachie Daily Light alerted residents their house was on fire Saturday.
H-E-B to spend $14M on first DFW Plus! store in Burleson
Dallas-Fort Worth will soon have its first H-E-B Plus! store after a $14 million expansion in Burleson is completed.
Texas farmer shucks the mysteries of growing corn
When people envision a farmer tending crops in a field, it is almost always corn: tall, hardy stalks with long, narrow leaves and tassels on top.
Loan Ranger Bandit arrested during traffic stop
The suspect now identified as Richard Swicegood, 37, of Waxahachie, was arrested during a traffic stop Tuesday while driving a Ford Mustang with Texas license plates after he had reportedly just robbed the Summit Bank in Benton, Arkansas .
Notorious 'Loan Ranger Bandit' has been arrested in Arkansas
The Loan Ranger Bandit has been arrested by Arkansas State Troopers, and is facing multiple charges.
Fireworks, festivals on tap for area
Selecting from a menu of July 4 celebrations around the Metroplex will provide many events over the next two weekends.
Dallas Morning News
Waxahachie 'doomsday prepper' who had bomb-making material to serve prison time
A Waxahachie man who was driving with bomb-making materials in his car was sentenced Friday to three years and five months in federal prison, the U.S. attorney's office in Dallas said.
Admissions Inquiry Takes Center Stage in UT Saga
Clockwise, from top left: State Rep. David Simpson, R-Longview; University of Texas at Austin President Bill Powers; House Speaker Joe Straus; state Rep. Jim Pitts, R-Waxahachie; and University of Texas System Regent Wallace Hall.