Statewide News

Texas legislators file 9 bills to eliminate some taxes

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar is working with state lawmakers to repeal nine state taxes during the 2015 legislative session.

Texas 'brisket bandit' on the loose!

San Antonio, Texas, is dealing with a so-called "brisket bandit'. Authorities say the mystery crook breaks into barbecue restaurants stealing hundreds of dollars worth of meat. This time, the heist was caught on camera.

Border agents rescue double amputee immigrant from top of fence

Border Patrols agents in the RGV Sector report that they rescued a double amputee immigrant who was abandoned by a group of other immigrants.

Mexican police escort travelers to ensure safety

Mexican local and state police are now working together to escort you and allow you safe travels on the typically dangerous roads between neighboring cities in Mexico.

What was motive to kill the 'American Sniper?'

Even with a conviction, the "American Sniper" murder trial never answered the one question that still haunts the families of Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield.

'American Sniper' case goes to jury

The arguments are over. The fate of Eddie Ray Routh now rests with the jury.

Fort Hood soldier fatally shoots 3, kills self

A Fort Hood soldier killed two neighbors before fatally shooting his wife and then himself in an off-post domestic dispute, police said.

Mosquito experts prepare for Chikungunya threat along U.S.-Mexico Border

National mosquito experts will gather at The University of Texas at El Paso to discuss and strengthen U.S. border plans related to the surveillance and control of mosquito-borne viruses.

Big changes coming in March to Texas vehicle inspection, registration program

Get ready for a new Texas Two Step.

$5,000 reward offered for most wanted fugitive from Laredo

The Texas Department of Public Safety has added Iris Iliana Rodriguez, 25, to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list.