- Truck spills sulfuric acid on roadway
- Woman shot in face now in stable condition
- Shania Twain: Lyme disease is a 'silent evil'
- Ricky Martin wants to add to brood
- Moore County Health Foundation shooting to support health care
- Cardi B feels 'ambushed' by Nicki Minaj too
- Barbara Palvin to be Marvel superhero
- Ellie Goulding nurturing relationship
- Ellie Goulding: Becoming vegetarian changed my life
- Elizabeth Olsen reveals her hopes for the Marvel movies
- NFL draft preview: Can a rookie receiver fill Packers’ Jordy Nelson void? The odds are against it
- Badgers inside linebacker Chris Orr focused on improvement, not battle for starting job
- OSU football: Mike Gundy, Oklahoma State still determining on-field setup for spring game
- Source: Saints to open season against Bucs at home, host Falcons on Thanksgiving
- Play Ball! North Plains Babe Ruth begins 2018 baseball season
- Upcoming Georgia football players to watch during G-Day
- MCWSL unveils schedule at coaches’ meeting
- Route to the Draft: Quenton Nelson
The Amarillo College Foundation will award more than $1 million in scholarships in the year ahead, and students planning to attend AC next fall are encouraged to submit scholarship applications by the priority deadline, which is March 1.The AC Foundation, with endowed assets of approximately…
AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott on Feb. 9 lauded Congress’ passage of budget legislation that contains nearly $90 billion in hurricane and wildfire disaster relief funding for Texas, Florida, California and Puerto Rico.
AUSTIN — House Speaker Joe Straus on Jan. 31 said a new state audit raises questions about the management of the state Health and Human Services Commission and illustrates the need for legislative hearings.
The House Select Committee on Opioids and Substance Abuse, a newly created select committee composed of 13 state representatives, and the House Committee on Public Health, a standing committee consisting of 11 state representatives, have much significant work to do during 2018. These commit…
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is beginning enforcement efforts across the state focusing specifically on violations of the state’s Move Over/Slow Down law. These periodic enforcement operations by DPS Troopers are planned throughout the year at various locations in Texas, with …
Paxton files DACA brief
FRITCH TX – Visitation to Lake Meredith National Recreation Area (LAMR) surpasses last year’s million plus visitors with a total of 1,329,076 visits in 2017. This is a 29.59% increase from the 1,025,613 visits in 2016 and a 59.86% increase over 2015. “Every time the lake level goes up, visit…
AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott on Jan. 17 extended for 30 days the state disaster declaration for counties affected by Hurricane Harvey, which pounded and flooded the Gulf Coast and moved deeply inland, spreading its destructive power.