Conservation charity Houston Audubon says incident serves as 'tough reminder for bird-friendly lighting and design'
'Their love was a testimony to many, and was surely a match made in Heaven'
Animal was most likely chewing dry bone to stock up on minerals during winter months
New Texas law seen as toughest on immigrants since Arizona's crackdown in 2010
The two-year-old has her own roller coaster, swing, ferris wheel and roundabout
Rescuers in northwest Arkansas continue to look for an 18-month-old girl and a 4-year-old boy who were in a vehicle swept off a bridge by floodwaters
'This agency is no longer operating,' says state Senator Don Huffiness
'It's something that we do not expect to happen, especially at this campus,' says Muslim student
Breana Harmon Talbott walked into church in just shirt and underwear and described assault
Texas senate bill likely to head for final vote on senate floor this week
Ken Paxton claimed the spare classroom was excluding students of other faiths, which the school denied
'This is the seventh year we’ve been doing this, and we’ve never had one issue,' says school principal Scott Warstler
Victor Hubbard is now off the streets and receiving care
Heidi Group given $1.6m last summer to provide centres offering breast exams, contraception and cancer screenings but has so far failed to achieve its goals
Deep in Texas’s Big Bend National Park, the Rio Grande divides the US from Mexico. But the river’s shrinking, says Jack Tyler – and that means you can just walk across the border
Guitarist was shot in the shoulder and had his wallet and phone stolen