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Mar 13, 2015

Texas Hunter Fined for Wasting Moose Meat

Texas Hunter Fined for Wasting Moose Meat

A court in Alaska fines a Texas hunter who killed a moose and wasted too much meat.

Mar 11, 2015

North Texas Braces for More Drought in 2015

North Texas Braces for More Drought in 2015

Farmers near Denton said the recent rain and snow helped, but they’re still not anticipating an end to the drought for now.

Mar 6, 2015

North Texas Thaws After Snow and Ice Storm

North Texas Thaws After Snow and Ice Storm

The big thaw is just about complete in North Texas after a record-setting snow storm, leaving many to wonder if they can revive their battered plants.

Feb 25, 2015

Texas Seeks Input on Bass License Plate

Texas Seeks Input on Bass License Plate

The Texas Parks & Wildlife Department is asking for the public's help choosing a new license plate to honor bass conservation.

Feb 19, 2015

Rattlesnake Bite Claims Okla. Marine's Leg

Rattlesnake Bite Claims Okla. Marine's Leg

Friends rush Oklahoma Marine to hospital after rattlesnake bite that cost him his leg.

Feb 11, 2015

2 Charged After Deer Slain Within New Braunfels City Limits

2 Charged After Deer Slain Within New Braunfels City Limits

Police investigating reports of gunfire near downtown New Braunfels have arrested two men who had three dead deer in their truck.

Jan 29, 2015

US Senate Rejects Amendment on Lesser Prairie Chicken

US Senate Rejects Amendment on Lesser Prairie Chicken

The U.S. Senate has rejected an amendment by Sen. Jerry Moran of Kansas that would have removed the lesser prairie chicken from the federal government's threatened species act.

Jan 15, 2015

Skunks Now Target of Texas' Rabies Vaccine Air Drops

Skunks Now Target of Texas' Rabies Vaccine Air Drops

Skunks are now the main target in a vaccine bait air-drop program credited with eliminating rabies strains that infect coyotes and gray foxes in Texas, state health officials said Thursday.

Dec 28, 2014

Water Conservation Important to Texas This Year

Water Conservation Important to Texas This Year

Texas Agrilife Program Specialist Dotty Woodson discusses why one New Year's resolution we should all consider is saving water by using water as efficiently as possible.

Dec 24, 2014

Waco Completes Chisholm Trail Sculpture

Waco Completes Chisholm Trail Sculpture

Waco workers have installed the final pieces of a bronze tribute to cowboys and cattle, completing an eight-year, $1.65 million project.

Top Stories
9-Year-Old Girl Missing in Benbrook

9-Year-Old Girl Missing in Benbrook

A 9-year-old girl is missing in Benbrook after she was last seen Friday afternoon, police said.

Storms Bring More Rain, Flooding Concerns Monday

Storms Bring More Rain, Flooding Concerns Monday

Another round of strong spring storms pushed through Dallas-Fort Worth Monday afternoon, dropping more rain onto already saturated ground and swollen creeks and rivers.

DeSoto Teen, Dog, Found Dead in Storm Drain

DeSoto Teen, Dog, Found Dead in Storm Drain

A DeSoto boy who went missing Sunday afternoon has been found deceased in a storm drain.

12 Missing, Hundreds of Homes Damaged Sunday

12 Missing, Hundreds of Homes Damaged Sunday

One person is dead and a dozen are reported missing along the Blanco River in Hays County Sunday.

Two Gun Rights Bills Expected to Get Final Votes

Two Gun Rights Bills Expected to Get Final Votes

The top two gun rights bills expected to shoot through the Republican-controlled Texas Legislature.

Abbott Adds 24 Counties to Disaster List

Abbott Adds 24 Counties to Disaster List

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott declared a state of disaster in an additional 24 Texas counties Monday, due to recent damage from thunderstorms, tornadoes and flooding.