Mary Kay Letourneau died at age 58 after a battle with cancer, her attorney David Gehrke confirmed to Q13 News on Tuesday.
A 42-year-old man was reportedly conspiring to give his wife a lethal dose of fentanyl so he could continue having a long-term affair, police say. He told a woman, who tipped off police of the planned crime, that he wanted to collect his wife's life insurance money.
Blackout Day 2020 is a movement being echoed across the nation, and Austin, Texas is no exception.
According to the FBI, more people are getting background-checked for guns than ever before across the nation.
Parents can opt out of on-campus learning, choosing distance learning at any time.
Family members say because he wasn’t a deserter, he should receive a proper military funeral.
he order, which includes several exceptions, said officers are responsible for warning or citing anyone not wearing a face-covering inside a building open to the public, or in an outdoor setting where social distancing is not possible.
Gov. Greg Abbott joins Mike Warren on FOX 7 Austin to talk about the latest with COVID-19 in Texas.
County Judge Paul Pape says now is the time to decide what to do with two monuments on the county courthouse lawn.
One employee was stabbed with a knife before the three suspects fled with cash from the register.
Maryland-based Novavax will receive $1.6 billion through the government's Operation Warp Speed to develop a coronavirus vaccine as early as this year, the publicly-traded company announced on Tuesday.
Anyone with information regarding this abduction is asked to call the Center Police Department at 936-598-2788.
The patients have been linked to a mix of both international travel and community spread.
A video posted on social media by the Round Rock Express shows how the 6x6 foot seating pods in the outfield look from above the 11-acre complex.
A video circulating on social media shows the moment a Costco customer apparently confronted another shopper in Florida for not wearing a facial covering. The conflict escalated when the man who was confronted began screaming, "I feel threatened,” at the customer who confronted him.
Though not discovered in Michigan yet, Martin is concerned. He says Mexican drug cartels are now the primary manufacturers and distributors of meth in the U.S.
However, Escott learned the data may not be accurate because some hospitals weren’t including patients who were already admitted and tested positive for COVID-19.
Social media is full of videos capturing clashes between those who are asked to wear masks and employees who are under orders to make sure people wear them.
According to a release, the 627th Hospital Center will embed in civilian medical facilities to help doctors and nurses combat a spike in new COVID-19 cases.