Complete coverage of Rick Perry's Presidential run

Nov 12, 2011
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By Greg Janda

Rick Perry's Greatest Hits (and Misses)

Take a look back at some of Gov. Rick Perry's greatest hits -- and some misses. See Full Gallery

Aug 15, 2013

Special Prosecutor Will Review Perry Veto: Judge

Special Prosecutor Will Review Perry Veto: Judge

A Texas judge says he plans to have a special prosecutor review allegations that Governor Rick Perry possibly violated the law over a veto that cut funding for public corruption investigators.

Jun 3, 2013

What's Next for Rick Perry?

What's Next for Rick Perry?

Texas Gov. Rick Perry plans to announce any day if he will seek re-election next year.

Aug 19, 2012

Gov. Perry's Fundraising Fuels Re-Election Speculation

Gov. Perry's Fundraising Fuels Re-Election Speculation

Gov. Rick Perry has replenished his depleted campaign war chest since he abandoned his presidential bid in January.

May 2, 2012

Perry: God Forgives People for "Oops Moments"

Perry: God Forgives People for "Oops Moments"

Gov. Rick Perry says God forgives people for their "oops moments," even if voters don't.

Apr 18, 2012

Gov. Rick Perry Visits North Texas

Gov. Rick Perry Visits North Texas

Gov. Rick Perry says state leaders have the opportunity to get the budget right. Perry was at a chamber of commerce luncheon in Plano talking about his new Texas Budget Compact.

Mar 30, 2012

Perry's Security Bill Grows to $3.6M

Perry's Security Bill Grows to $3.6M

Gov. Rick Perry's failed run for president has cost Texas taxpayers more than $3.6 million in travel expenses and overtime pay.

Feb 24, 2012

Perry Recovering from Clavicle Surgery

Perry Recovering from Clavicle Surgery

Gov. Rick Perry is recovering from successful surgery to repair his right clavicle.

Feb 23, 2012

Perry to Have Surgery to Repair Right Clavicle

Perry to Have Surgery to Repair Right Clavicle

Governor Rick Perry is scheduled to undergo surgery tomorrow to repair his right collar bone, injured in a 2009 bicycle accident.

Feb 20, 2012

Report: Perry Spends Little Time in Office

Report: Perry Spends Little Time in Office

A new report shows the Texas Governor is not spending much time on the job here in the state.

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Kidd Kraddick's Co-Hosts A Year After His Death

Kidd Kraddick's Co-Hosts A Year After His Death

One year after Kidd Kraddick’s death, his radio co-hosts sat down with NBC 5’s Meredith Land and The Dallas Morning News’ Alan Peppard to talk about life without Kidd and the show’s success without...

Mortuary Bodies Mummified, Left Decaying on Tables: Warrant

Mortuary Bodies Mummified, Left Decaying on Tables: Warrant

Officials have released disturbing details about the conditions of eight decaying bodies found inside a Fort Worth funeral home earlier this month.

Woman Badly Hurt in I-20 Rock-Throwing Incident

Woman Badly Hurt in I-20 Rock-Throwing Incident

An Arizona woman is demanding the maximum sentence allowable for two Weatherford teens suspected of throwing rocks and railroad spikes onto a North Texas interstate and hitting her in the face.

On the Front Lines with Border Patrol in South Texas

On the Front Lines with Border Patrol in South Texas

Border Patrol agents are keeping a vigilant eye on the division between Texas and Mexico while Congress works to find a solution to the influx of children and adults crossing the border illegally.

Hot Car Death Blamed on Toddler's Grandfather

Hot Car Death Blamed on Toddler's Grandfather

A North Texas grandfather surrendered Wednesday to face criminal charges for the April death of his 20-month-old granddaughter in a hot car.

Firefighter Arrested, Accused of Molesting Family

Firefighter Arrested, Accused of Molesting Family

A firefighter is behind bars in Parker County after being accused of sexually abusing two of his family members, police say.