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Harold Simmons, the Dallas billionaire and owner of a West Texas radioactive-waste dump, won yet another tailor-made piece of legislation Tuesday.
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A Lincoln "comfort" dog that has been to several national tragedy sites this year is now in Oklahoma to help victims cope with the devastation caused by a massive tornado.
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Besides being the place where under-21 Michigan college students cross the border to drink and where your aunts go to watch faded soul singers perform at the casino, Windsor is one of the more important cogs in the auto-industry machine, particularly in Canada.
The mother of a 13-year-old West Texas cheerleader found dead in March said Tuesday that since her daughter went missing more than two years ago she had feared the worst, including that the girl was chained and tortured or had fallen victim to human traffickers.
At a time when the headline of the day is a story about the bloody massacres of babies born alive in Gosnell's Clinic, the almost bone jarring contrast of Obama's speech at Planned Parenthood freezes every normal sense of credulity in unbelief.
Though recent storms promised to reset the drought button for a large part of East Texas, the western half of the state will likely see below-normal precipitation from now through August, according to a Texas A&M University climatologist.
Authorities say an Ohio man has been arrested in West Texas after a state trooper found about 50 pounds of cocaine valued at more than $1.6 million hidden in a false compartment of a vehicle.
East Texans should brace today for the possibility of tornado-packing storms like the ones that ripped through Oklahoma on Monday, local meteorologists warned.
A strong storm produced what authorities think was a tornado Monday evening that smashed into the public school complex in Blanket, a small town in the rolling hills southwest of the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
A bill that would have dramatically changed the rules for a radioactive waste dump died in the Legislature because of a parliamentary error.
Hailey Darlene Dunn was a cheerleader, saxophonist, on the softball and basketball teams, a doer and a leader.
A group of students at Keller-Harvel Elementary School are working hard to help people impacted by the explosion in West.
CBS 7 News May 19, 2013 Gardendale - The hot weather didn't keep people from heading out to Texas Thunder Music Fest.
There are new developments in our story from last week involving a veterans roof repair business that set up shop in West, Texas after the April 17 fertilizer plant explosion.
Christian Wiman, a well-known poet and until recently the editor of Poetry magazine, has written what may become a spiritual classic.
Authorities have revealed the latest details of the ongoing investigation into what caused a fire and explosion at a fertilizer plant in West, Texas last month.