Make Your Dad King of the Grill This Father’s Day
Show us your dad's ugly, beat-up, rusty, nasty grill and you could win him a new one along with other great gifts for Father's Day!
Congressman John Carter to Host Town Hall Meeting in Temple Tuesday, May 28
If you live in Texas' 31st Congressional District and want an opportunity to speak to your representative, make plans to attend a town hall meeting Tuesday.
Texas Senate Approves Post-Disaster Open Carry Bill
House Bill 1177 would allow Texans who may legally own a handgun to carry it open or concealed for a full week after a natural disaster is declared.
Police Officer Finds Snake in Walmart Shopping Cart
Someone had the wrong kind of pool noodle in their Walmart shopping cart.
Amber Alert Issued for Fermin Fuentes, Believed to Be in Danger
Fuentes was the passenger in a stolen car described as a silver 2006 Ford 500 with Texas license plate number BRR1097 and a Texas Rangers sticker on the trunk.
Laredo Is Now the No. 1 Port in the United States
The border town has surpassed Los Angeles as the port facilitating the most trade, making it the most valuable trade point on U.S. land or sea.
Former Little River-Academy Fire Chief, Son Indicted
David and William Borders are accused of stealing thousands of dollars from the Little-River Academy Volunteer Fire Department. They were indicted this week.
Adults Can Still Sign Up For Summer Sports in Temple
Registration for men's and co-ed softball, soccer, and kickball is still open, but if you want to put together a team, time is running out.
Texas May Remove Limit on Armed Marshals in Schools
Governor Abbott is expected to sign a bill into law that removing restrictions on the number of armed marshals a public school may employ.
Accused Child Predator From Tyler Captured in Oklahoma
Federal Marshals caught up with Sherman West in Cleveland County, Oklahoma Thursday.