In a Sunday night email to University of Texas System administrators, Chancellor Francisco Cigarroa confirmed he plans to announce his resignation at a Monday morning news conference.
The full text of the email:
Fifteen years ago, when tall, dark-haired, golden-piped Bernie Tiede was awaiting trial for murder, there seemed to be a constant stream of admiring locals — primarily older widows — heaping their support on him.
Texas Comptroller Susan Combs reminds Texas families to enroll their children in the Texas Tuition Promise Fund.
The current enrollment period for the state’s prepaid college tuition program ends Feb. 28.
Michael Sam, an All-American defensive lineman from the University of Missouri, publicly revealed that he's gay on Sunday, creating the possibility he'll be the first openly gay player drafted by the National Football League.
(CNN) -- Some 8.7 million pounds of meat from a Northern California company have been recalled because they came from "diseased and unsound" animals that weren't properly inspected, a federal agency announced Saturday.
The 71-year-old ex-police officer accused of shooting dead a man inside a Florida movie theater won't get the chance to go home -- at least for now -- after a judge Friday decided not to grant him bail.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew told Congressional leaders Friday in essence that the full faith and credit of the United States could be in jeopardy after Feb. 27 if lawmakers don't raise the debt ceiling.
Sandwich chain Subway says it is removing a controversial chemical from its breads. The chemical-- called azodicarbonamide is used to strengthen bread dough. It's also found in yoga mats and shoe soles to add elasticity.
The latest jobs numbers show hiring warmed up a bit in January. According to the government, the U.S. economy added 113-thousand jobs last month. That's an improvement from December, but it's lower than economists were expecting.