Statewide News

Ted Cruz renounces Canadian citizenship in statement

Lest any questions remain about Sen. Ted Cruz's national allegiance, the Texas Republican announced Monday he was renouncing his Canadian citizenship.

Ft. Hood shooting trial: Is Maj. Nidal Hasan's defense strategy martyrdom?

Prosecutors say he believed he had a duty to kill as many soldiers as possible. His lawyers say he is trying to help the prosecution put him to death.

Governor Perry responds to HHS promoting 'Obamacare' with video contest

Governor Rick Perry today issued the following statement on Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius’ visit to Houston to promote Obamacare:

Senator Cruz releases birth certificate after questions rise about presidential eligibility

As Ted Cruz's profile has skyrocketed in the last year-thanks to his election to the U.S.

New training to promote mental health intervention

When Josette Saxton was in high school, she wrote an essay about child abuse that was a red flag for a teacher who reached out to offer her help.

Lance Dunbar in walking boot with sprained foot, which threatens his availability for start of season

Backup running back Lance Dunbar is in a walking boot, nursing a sprained left foot. He missed practice Monday as the team returned home to Valley Ranch, and the injury threatens his availability for start of the regular season.

Cowboys’ defense under Kiffin stopping opponents in red zone

If the Dallas Cowboys are getting nothing else done in the preseason, at least the Monte Kiffin defense is performing in one area. Getting red-zone stops.  

Rangers loses series against Mariners

Kyle Seager did it again. The Seattle Mariners third baseman drove in the go-ahead run for the second time in three games against the Texas Rangers.

Is it time to worry about Arian Foster?

Texans running back Arian Foster is still dealing with back soreness and will not return to action Monday, head coach Gary Kubiak said. Foster is receiving injections, has undergone MRIs and will be re-evaluated later this week.

Border Patrol seizes 9 tons of marijuana in 2 days

Nine tons of marijuana was intercepted in the Valley during August 15th and 16th. On Thursday, Border Patrol agents spotted a loaded pickup truck heading away from the river.