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Southeast Texas Man Named Bear Shoots the Alligator That Killed His Friend
A southeast Texas man who only identified his name as "Bear" got revenge on the alligator that killed his friend.
Whataburger Shortens Breakfast Hours Because of National Egg Shortage
First Blue Bell. Then major flooding. Now Whataburger. What's going on, Texas?
More Than 70 Percent of Texas is Now Free of Drought
We all remember 2010. The heat, the dryness, the SWEATING. Day after day the temperatures swelled above 100 degrees.
See the Scenes of the Overwhelming Floods in Texas Over Memorial Day Weekend
All of Texas continued to see overwhelming amounts of rain over Memorial Day weekend, which sparked damaging floods across the state.
Two Dead, Dozens Injured After Tornado Hits Van
UPDATED: 2:08 P.M. MAY 11 -- The Van Zandt County City Marshal has confirmed multiple deaths after a tornado hit the town of Van late Sunday night, KLTV is reporting.
A Total of 11 Earthquakes Hit Dallas Area in 24 Hours [UPDATED]
After an initial 3.5-magnitude earthquake hit near Irving on Tuesday, an additional 10 tremors have been felt in the area in less than 24 hours.
Wearing a Hoodie in Oklahoma Could Soon Result in a $500 Fine
If one Oklahoma lawmaker gets his way, hoodies will be illegal to wear in public.
See the Incredible Texas + Oklahoma Fog from Above [PHOTOS]
Much of north Texas and southern Oklahoma experienced an incredibly dense fog on Tuesday (Dec. 9) morning, and we've got some great photos of the fog from above!
Ku Klux Klan Members Distribute Flyers in East Texas Towns
Racism is still alive in East Texas, as shown through a number of flyers distributed in local neighborhoods by members of the Ku Klux Klan.
Texas Junior College Rejects African Applicants Because of Ebola Fears
Though #Nigeria has no current case of #Ebola,@NavarroCollege is denying admission to Nigerians. pic.twitter.com/aRekeGRVRu cc @nytimes — Idris Ayodeji Bello (@idrisayobello) October 12, 2014 Navarro College in Corsicana, Texas is making headlines, but they're not pleasant ones.