The attorney general's report could play a large role in the ongoing inquiry in the state Assembly into whether there are grounds for Cuomo's...
MedStar is screening, on average, 92.3 patients per day for COVID-19 symptoms, up from 64.3 earlier in July and up from 49.4 in June.
Asked if there was anything she would change about her experience in Japan, Simone Biles shook her head. “Nothing,” she said. “I would change...
Although studies show people who had COVID-19 and survived have some level of immunity, public health agencies still recommend they get vaccinated.
Two leading obstetricians’ groups recently recommended COVID-19 shots for all pregnant women, citing concerns over rising cases and low vaccination rates.
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State officials are telling hospitals to ask cities and counties for COVID relief funds to pay for needed staff
Sources tell WFAA that they were going more than 100 mph when it happened and that the people who were racing knew each other.
A Supreme Court decision from June made clear that any future CDC eviction moratoriums would be struck down without action from Congress first.
Quarterback Quinn Ewers has decided to forgo his senior season and enroll early at Ohio State.
Texas ranked fourth in the number of claims made for catalytic converter thefts in 2020. This year, though, Texas is ranked second.
Police release photo of vehicle believed to be involved in fatal hit-and-run, as they search for suspect
Police said the suspect was driving a black Chevrolet Silverado Z71 pick-up truck with large black rims and a lift kit.
The accident remains under investigation, according to police.
On his podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience, host Joe Rogan falsely claimed text messages are being monitored for COVID-19 misinformation.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler said he doesn't comment on such rumors, but then tweeted prospective names for the hypothetical Austin-based NFL franchise.
The memorial walk/run was held at Jack Carter Park to honor her life and stand for runner safety.
There was such high demand that the program ran out of $100 gift cards.
The Dallas Cowboys have made it through July with some things to like about the early camp practices as they begin to ramp up...
UT is joining the SEC. Lawmakers are furious, but a state senator doubts the school will be punished
"This is not just a decision about athletics - this is also a decision about economics."