(Dec. 1, 2014) For the week ending Nov. 29, 2014, Texas auctions quoted feeder cattle prices from $12 higher to $4 lower with only a few locations reporting. Most auctions were closed for the week in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.
The Legislative Budget Board voted unanimously Monday to expand law enforcement’s presence along the Texas-Mexico border, adding significant manpower to security operations that state leaders approved last summer.
A former youth pastor from east Texas was sentenced Monday to 23 years and four months in federal prison for producing child pornography, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales, Eastern District of Texas.
In time for holiday travel and shopping, the Texas Department of Transportation announced the availability of discounted tickets to Texas attractions, “Don’t Mess with Texas” cowboy boots and a new book titled “On the Ro
As drivers take to the roads for holiday shopping and family visits, the Texas Department of Transportation offers its new “Roadcents” Web app to reduce air pollution and keep vehicles well-maintained.