Some 18,000 cows were killed in a blast at a Texas dairy farm earlier this week, possibly by ignited methane gas, according to local authorities. The explosion, at South Fork Dairy near the town of Dimmitt, also left one person in critical condition.
Former US President Donald Trump kicked off his campaign to return to the White House by denouncing a witch hunt against him during a meeting in Waco, Texas, where 30 years ago an armed cult clashed with federal authorities.
Scientists in the US State of Texas have discovered human remains and dinosaur footprints believed to be among the best preserved in the world, after a severe drought at Dinosaur Valley State Park, about 60 miles southwest of Fort Worth, according to Superintendent Jeff Davis.
Some 50 irregular migrants have been found dead in the back of a lorry in San Antonio, Texas, in which they were smuggled into the country, it was reported Tuesday.
The Attorney General of Texas has filed a lawsuit against Facebook parent company Meta for allegedly knowingly violating state laws in how the social media giant collects and handles biometric data.
Silence from the Supreme Court of the United States after XXX appeals have rendered legislation passed in May by the US State of Texas banning most abortions to be enforceable as of September 1.
Texas' Republican Governor Greg Abbot Wednesday signed into law a new bill criminalizing terminations of pregnancies of six weeks or more.
United States president Joe Biden announced a disaster declaration for Texas, clearing the way for more aid in a crippling winter storm. Millions of residents in the United States’ biggest oil and gas producer have dealt with power outages, and nearly half of Texans struggled on Friday with disrupted water service. Nearly two dozen deaths have been attributed to the storm and a cold snap.
AP – Millions in the United States were preparing for another night blast of snow and ice following a day in which vast areas of states, mainly Texas has to endure frigid conditions without electricity or heat. Some thirty deaths have been reported so far.
Texas on Wednesday set one-day records for increases in COVID-19 deaths and hospitalizations in the state, forcing one county to store bodies in refrigerated trucks and prompting a top health official there to call for new stay-at-home orders.