Published October 25, 2012
Anson Jones Middle School and John Jay High School are part of a pilot program in the Northside Independent School District in which students wear identification cards embedded with a chip that lets administrators track their movements.
Published October 24, 2012
Starting Wednesday, a 41-mile segment of road in Texas has a posted speed limit of 85 mph, the highest in the country, and some are wondering whether it might be a little too high.
Published July 10, 2012
Eric Holder addressed the NAACP, Mitt Romney speaks Wednesday and Joe Biden is scheduled for Thursday, but one person is noticeably absent: President Obama himself.
Published January 05, 2012
District Attorney in Tarrant County, Texas, says crooks are trying to use a decades old law to conduct a new scam.
Published December 24, 2011
Horse slaughterhouses could soon open back up in the United States. In 2006, Congress ended the funding for inspections of horse slaughterhouses. It had the effect of shutting them down.
Published December 16, 2011
If you were driving East on I-40 in Amarillo, you might not even notice the large group of buildings set back from the road. Even the name, Pantex, may not ring any bells. But beyond the barbed wire, there’s important work going on, work that is largely out of the public eye.
Published December 14, 2011
Henderson County commissioner Joe Hall says he received the shock of his life when he found out a Wisconsin group was demanding that the nativity scene be taken down.
Published July 01, 2011
Published June 06, 2011
Published May 12, 2011