I found this on my porch. It looks like a fly because of the eys and the hairy legs, but the body is too long and pointy for a fly. It is grey with a needle like thing on its face and tail, it ha 6 hairy legs with small wings that are almost not seen (Tarpley TX)
Your photo is of a robber fly
like MydLars suggested. And it is a female noted by the long narrow point of the abdomen.
Robber flies are predatory on other insects.
he adults lay eggs in soil or plants where the larvae eat other insects and their eggs in decaying matter.
There are many different species of robber flies in many different colors.
You did not give size, but your specimen looks like it might be in the genus Machimus.
Without more info and probably viewing under a microscope would be needed for positive ID beyond robber fly.