SAN ANTONIO With big blues eyes and stubby tails, two kittens taken in by a San Antonio family looked adorable until the fiery seven-week-old felines ripped apart formula bottles and repeatedly bit the hands that were trying to feed them.
DALLAS Protesters on both sides of the U.S. gun debate took to the streets on Saturday outside the National Rifle Association's annual meeting in Dallas after the latest in a long series of mass shootings put the issue back in the spotlight.
DALLAS Police are bracing for a significant amount of protests for and against guns during the National Rifle Association's meeting in Dallas this weekend following a spate of mass shootings, pro gun-control marches, and November's congressional elections sharpening an always volatile debate.
DALLAS Police are bracing for a "significant amount" of protests for and against guns during the National Rifle Association's meeting in Dallas this weekend following a spate of mass shootings, pro gun-control marches, and November's congressional elections sharpening an always volatile debate.
GRAPEVINE, Texas After years of poor pay, supply shortages and overcrowded classes, former Oklahoma teacher Chelsea Price decided the best way to pursue the profession she loves was to leave her home state and head south to Texas. | Video
DALLAS The Federal Reserve must be wary of the "risk of overheating" the economy in the wake of sweeping tax cuts that could raise already unsustainable debt levels even while they boost business investment, Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan said on Wednesday.
SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas The modest Texas church where a gunman massacred more than two dozen worshipers last week reopened as a memorial on Sunday, giving the public its first glimpse of the site where one of the most shocking mass shootings in U.S. history unfolded. | Video
SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas The tiny Texas town reeling from a gun massacre that killed 26 churchgoers buried the first of the victims on Saturday, in a remote cemetery where a series of funerals is being held this week.
The former U.S. serviceman who committed the deadliest mass shooting on record in Texas escaped from a mental hospital in 2012 as he faced court-martial on domestic violence charges for which he was later convicted, a police report revealed on Tuesday. | Video
SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas It was heartbreaking for Jennifer Berrones to explain to her 7-year-old daughter Kaylee that her friend and classmate Emily was not coming back to school after Sunday's church massacre in rural Texas.