Statewide News

Precautionary recall issued for pre-packaged Texas gulf shrimp

Galveston Shrimp Company has issued a precautionary voluntary recall of its pre-packaged Texas Gulf Shrimp due to foreign material found in a bag. The pre-packaged bags are shipped to HEB Stores.

TX man arrested for 1962 murder of his wife; originally classified as ‘accidental drowning’

The family of a Lake Charles woman who died in 1962 never believed she accidentally drowned. That’s why they turned to an investigative reporter for help.

VIDEO: Dallas firefigher dead after early morning condo fire

UPDATE (12:21 p.m.): A Dallas firefighter is dead after an early morning condominium fire.

TX 'Most Wanted' sex offender arrested in Dallas

Willie L. Sullivan, 57, a Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offender, is now in custody after being arrested on Thursday in Dallas. Sullivan has a violent criminal history and was wanted for parole violation and failure to register as a sex offender.

Senator Patrick announces end of 'C-Scope'

A letter signed by all 20 members of the Board released this morning stated they will notify their 875 school district clients that all lesson plans will be removed from their website on August 31st, 2013 and that districts cannot use any lesso

Firefighter trapped in six-alarm blaze at Dallas condo

A firefighter was trapped early Monday in a six-alarm blaze at a Dallas condominium complex, the city's fire department said.

This Year's Summer Blockbusters Aim to be Bigger than Ever

(StatePoint) This year’s summer blockbuster season is shaping up to be a big one, full of some of the year’s most highly anticipated films.

Police arrest six in prostitution sting

Bossier City Police Department with the assistance of Shreveport Police Department arrested six in a prostitution sting Thursday night.

Encourage Kids to Have Gadget-Free Fun this Summer

(StatePoint) You may remember your parents telling you to turn off the television and go outside or read a book.

'Traumatic day': Residents return to tornado-devastated neighborhood

Scores of people stood outside a north Texas church Saturday morning, waiting to be escorted to their neighborhood for the first time since tornadoes devastated it three days earlier.