Statewide News

Texas Rangers host first responders, victims of West explosion

A day at the ballpark was more than just that for the people of West, Texas. The Texas Rangers helped make sure the town, affected by that deadly plant explosion, could have a day of fun after so much grief.

Rangers take two of three from Astros

Nelson Cruz's base hit in the fifth inning scored Ian Kinsler with the go-ahead run of a 5-4 victory over Houston on Sunday in front of 36,746 at the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.

Perry: 2016 'certainly an option'

Texas Gov. Rick Perry isn't ready to reveal his political future, but he's not ruling out another bid for the White House in 2016.

TX driver charged with 5 counts of criminal negligence homicide

The Department of Public Safety have arrested and charged a driver in the deadly accident that killed five people in Los Fresnos this past Sunday.

VIDEO: Dog detects TX child's diabetes

A volunteer project turned into a life saving event for a Texas family. The family was playing with diabetic alert dogs, when of the animals detected its playmate had the disease.

Controversial sign to be taken down in small TX town

Some call it art. Others say this sign of Playboy's trademark bunny is offensive and doesn't belong in their small Texas town.

VIDEO: TX teen tracks down carjacker, gets possessions back

A teen in Houston goes on the hunt for a man she says put a gun in her face and stole her car. Her detective work leads police to the suspect and into a car chase when he makes a run for it.

DPS graduates 108 State Troopers in Austin

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Director Steven McCraw and Texas Public Safety Commission Chair Cynthia Leon today were joined by Sen.

Jailed Facebook teen finally getting day in court after online 'joke'

A Texas teen who's been jailed more than four months for a Facebook comment he made during a video-game argument is finally getting a day in court that could let him go home.

Spurs re-sign Ginobili, Splitter for at least 2 more years

On Wednesday, via Twitter, Manu Ginobili announced he will be staying in San Antonio for at least two more years. There were rumors circling the NBA circuit that Ginobili, 35, was going to retire after this season.