Statewide News

Obama administration pushes back Keystone decision

The Obama administration announced Friday that it is extending the comment period on the State Department's Keystone XL pipeline report -- a move that could delay a final decision on the project indefinitely.

Texas church sets world record with Jesus drawing

In celebration of Easter, a church in Texas set a world record with a giant drawing of Jesus.

Texas twins fight off carjacker

A painful lesson with a very lucky outcome for a family in San Antonio, Texas. The parents watched as a car thief drove off with not only their car, but their three children inside!

Texas A&M student dies after mono diagnosis

A Texas A&M sophomore died from mono recently and her death is leaving her family with a lot of questions. How did this she get mono? That question is taking a backseat to an even bigger mystery, how did she die?

Newly released video shows moment of deadly West, Texas, blast

Jeff Tobola had just wrapped up another work day and picked up his son in West, Texas, when he heard the city's fertilizer plant was on fire. Why not check it out?

UT: Maroon bluebonnets will not be removed

The University of Texas announced Wednesday they will not pull maroon-colored wildflowers planted in gardens on their campus.

DPS releases annual Texas Gang Threat Assessment

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has released the updated Texas Gang Threat Assessment, which was developed to provide a broad overview of gang activity in the state of Texas.

Burglar caught on surveillance camera creeping through baby's nursery

A burglar is caught on surveillance video creeping through a baby's room in a Houston, TX area home. It happened on April 5th in west Harris County, Texas. The homeowner didn't know that someone had been in his house until a neighbor found the

SILVER ALERT: 82-year-old woman missing out of Houston found safe

The Harris County Sheriff’s Office has found Ernestine King, 82, diagnosed with a Cognitive Impairment, after she went missing Tuesday.

GOP base includes racist 'elements,' congressman charges

Over 50 years after Congress passed the Civil Rights Act, the issue of race is back in the political headlines, after comments from Attorney General Eric Holder and events marking the anniversary of the law's passage renewed the dialogue ov