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Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush, left, talks with San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor before a news conference to celebrate the $31.5 million the General Land Office received for the preservation and development of the Alamo, Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2015, in San Antonio. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

New Portion of Alamo Wall Found in Archeological Dig

Photos released by the Texas General Land Office (GLO) on Monday reveal the discovery of a previously unseen, in modern times, section of the Alamo complex. The excavation team uncovered adobe bricks that appear to be of the type of material used to build the original structures of the iconic Texas landmark.


Border Patrol Agents Risk All to Save 4 Drowning Illegal Aliens

U.S. Border Patrol agents in Laredo, Texas, risked their lives by jumping into the Rio Grande River to rescue four illegal aliens who nearly drowned crossing from Mexico. Though heavily unreported, Border Patrol agents frequently put their lives at risk to rescue illegal aliens who have put themselves in dangerous situations.

Pellet Gun pulled on HPD officers.

Texas Cops Shoot Man Armed With Pellet Gun

HOUSTON, Texas – Two Houston police officers shot a man they believed was reaching for a gun in his waistband. The gun turned out to be a pellet gun that closely resembles a semi-automatic pistol.

Billboard warning of the dangers of on-line sexual solicitation and predatores. (Photo by ANDREW HOLBROOKE/Corbis via Getty Images)

Three Texans Busted in Minor Sex Sting

Three Texas men are in a Waller County Jail after allegedly attempting to meet up with a minor for the purpose of having sex. The men were busted in an online solicitation sting where they thought they were chatting with a 14-year-old female.

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Texas Paper Apologizes After Tweeting Cartoon of Governor on Fire in Wheelchair

The Austin American Statesman issued an apology after tweeting a cartoon of Texas Governor Greg Abbott with his pants in flames while sitting in his wheelchair. The cartoon was son Wednesday afternoon in connection with an opinion piece that was previously published in April, before the governor’s accident where he was severely burned.

Texas Dept. of Public Safety Director Colonel Steve McCraw testifies as Texas officials continue to investigate the death of Sandra Bland, who died July 13th in the Waller County jail after a traffic stop near Houston. The hearing at the Texas Capitol drew dozens of legislators and activists wanting answers after Bland's apparent jail suicide.

Texas Police: Our Border Is Not Yet Under Control

Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Director, Colonel Steve McCraw, told a Texas House committee that only two of Texas’ fourteen border counties are under “operational control.” No Texas border counties have been raised to the highest security level of “substantial control.”

Los Zetas

Los Zetas Cartel Hitman Convicted in U.S. Court

A U.S. federal jury in San Antonio, Texas, convicted a high ranking sicario for the Los Zetas drug cartel. The man was convicted of conspiracy to commit murders and other acts of violence in northern Mexico as part of the cartel’s drug distribution operation.

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Texas Sheriff Visits Troubled Teens at Juvenile Facility

HOUSTON, Texas – Harris County Sheriff Ron Hickman traveled to the far northwest corner of the county to meet with a group of troubled teens. He went to teach, but also learn. He went to listen to people who are accustomed to not being heard.

Darby Under Fire

Anti-RNC Protesters Hunt for Breitbart’s Brandon Darby in Cleveland

Leftists are once again searching for Breitbart Texas’ Managing Director Brandon Darby who is on assignment covering the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio. Darby is frequently on the radar of leftist activists after his work with the FBI in helping disrupt plans of violence against Republicans at the 2008 convention in Minnesota.

Allen J. Schaben –– – A Border Patrol agent scans an Illegal alien's fingerprint in the new Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System (IAFIS) as another waits in the processing room to be fingerprinted after being caught with a group of seven illegal aliens two miles east of the Otay Mesa port of entry and processed at the U.S. Border Patrol Chula Vista Station Thursday, Dec. 16, 2004. A new identification technology being used at U.S.– Mexico border crossings to snare terrorists has produced an unexpected bounty. More than 138 murder suspects, along with thousands of other suspected criminals, have been arrested after having their fingerprints screened at one of 136 Border Patrol Stations across the country. The biometric identification technology provides rapid identification of outstanding criminal warrants by comparing a live–scanned fingerprint against a national database of fingerprints. Though it hasn't turned up terrorists, the technology has proved a big help for tracking down fugitives.

Border Patrol Agents Disrupt Human Smuggling Operation in California

U.S. Border Patrol officials in southern California reported successful results from a new aggressive enforcement campaign targeting East County. The first four months of Campaign Eastern Front (CEF) resulted in the arrests of human smugglers and a large number of illegal aliens, along with the seizure of drug shipments.

Black Men are Kings

Texas Woman Stands Behind Her ‘F*ck The PoLice’ Sign

HOUSTON, Texas – A local woman is adamant about her feelings expressed in a front-yard sign that reads “F*ck The PoLice”. The unapologetic woman placed a large sign with the militant slogan in front of her Sunny Side area home in a predominantly black area of south Houston.

Texas Republican Women Endorse Trump

Texas Federation of Republican Women Endorses Donald Trump for President

The Texas Federation of Republican Women (TFRW) has announced its endorsement of Donald Trump to be the next President of the United States. The move comes just before the announcement of Trump’s pick for his vice presidential running mate and days before the formal nomination of Trump as the party’s standard bearer.

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Border Patrol Agents Help Put 11 in Prison for Illegal Re-Entry

Eleven previously deported criminal aliens have been sentenced to jail time for illegal re-entry into the U.S. after Border Patrol agents arrested them. The agents saved American citizens from the possibility of repeated violent acts by the aggravated felons. The sentences were handed down by a federal judge in Arizona over a three day period.

The Skull of a Migrant in Brooks County, Texas.

Migrant Corpses Found 60 Miles North of Texas Border

U.S. Border Patrol agents working in south Texas found two more bodies of illegal immigrants who had been abandoned by their human smugglers. These human smugglers will regularly abandon people who cannot keep up because of exhaustion, dehydration, or injury.

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Jet Skis and Torn Anuses: The Lawsuits Begin

Lawsuits are beginning in Texas over injuries suffered by high-pressure water jets from personal watercraft. The water forces into bodily orifices causing injuries to vaginas, anuses, and rectums. Some have died from the injuries.