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Oct 5, 2013

Democrat Wendy Davis Campaigns In Heavily GOP Areas

Democrat Wendy Davis Campaigns In Heavily GOP Areas

Texas State Senator Wendy Davis hit the campaign trail in Waxahachie Saturday.

Oct 3, 2013

Sen. Wendy Davis Running for Texas Governor

Sen. Wendy Davis Running for Texas Governor

Texas Sen. Wendy Davis announced Thursday that she wants to be the next Governor of Texas.

Feb 12, 2014

Davis to Announce Bid for Governor

Davis to Announce Bid for Governor

When Wendy Davis walks into the coliseum where she received her high school diploma on Thursday to announce a bid to become Texas governor, she will also walk onto a national stage from which she'll call...

Sep 30, 2013

Big Week Ahead For Wendy Davis

Big Week Ahead For Wendy Davis

Fort Worth Democrat and political rising star Wendy Davis talks to conference days before announcement, possibly to run for Texas Governor.

Sep 28, 2013

Gov. Perry: Stop Obamacare But Not The Government

Gov. Perry: Stop Obamacare But Not The Government

Perry: federal health care law has failed but he doesn't want to shut down the government to stop it.

Sep 8, 2013

Texas Lawmakers Showered With Free Football Tickets

Texas Lawmakers Showered With Free Football Tickets

Lawmakers given free Cowboys and college football tickets.

Aug 3, 2013

Republican To Challenge Dallas DA Craig Watkins

Republican To Challenge Dallas DA Craig Watkins

Embattled Dallas DA Watkins draws 2014 Republican challenger.

Apr 29, 2013

Early Voting Begins for May 11 Elections

Early Voting Begins for May 11 Elections

Early voting in person begins Monday for the May 11 elections. Citizens have until May 7 to vote early.

Mar 18, 2013

Texas Lawmakers May Cut Perry's Power

Texas Lawmakers May Cut Perry's Power

One state bill under consideration seeks to impose a two-term limit.

Jan 10, 2013

Perry to Address Conservative Policy Gathering

Perry to Address Conservative Policy Gathering

Gov. Rick Perry is delivering the keynote address at an annual policy orientation organized by a leading state conservative think tank.

Top Stories
Big-Rig Fire Closes NB I-35W in Fort Worth

Big-Rig Fire Closes NB I-35W in Fort Worth

A big-rig carrying 41,000 pounds of wine caught fire on Interstate 35W in Fort Worth Thursday morning, closing the highway.

DPD Checking Officer's Actions Before Chase, Shooting

DPD Checking Officer's Actions Before Chase, Shooting

Miesha Kilson says a Dallas police officer abandoned her as an argument with the father of her children turned violent on a roadway.

Dad Acquitted in Slaying of Driver Who Killed Sons

Dad Acquitted in Slaying of Driver Who Killed Sons

A jury has acquitted a southeast Texas man of murder in the fatal shooting of a drunken driver who had just caused an crash that killed the man's two sons.

Venomous Caterpillar Encounters on the Rise

Venomous Caterpillar Encounters on the Rise

At first glance, they may look harmless. But the fat, furry caterpillars known as puss, or asp, caterpillars commonly found in North Texas come with a warning: their fur is venomous.

Sundance Square Closed While ESPN Sets Up

Sundance Square Closed While ESPN Sets Up

Streets near Sundance Square in downtown Fort Worth will be closed so ESPN can set up for College Game Day, which kicks off the college football season at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.

Medical Plane Crashes, Kills Four

Medical Plane Crashes, Kills Four

New Mexico authorities say all four people aboard a medical flight died when the plane crashed in Las Cruces.