Statewide News

Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel could have NFL interest after next season

Tyler native Johnny Manziel talked with the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. How long will "Johnny Football" play in Aggieland?

Texas newborn found alive in plastic bag

A newborn is recovering at a hospital after she was found in a plastic grocery bag in the Houston area. Authorities say a woman walking her dog found the baby in the bag on a curb outside an apartment complex.

Meth seizures increase on Texas-Mexico border

For the second consecutive year, seizures of methamphetamine in the Laredo customs district - the country's busiest land port - climbed significantly, an indication that drug cartels continue to bank on sales of the drug in the U.S.

LSU football legend Billy Cannon suffers stroke, will remain in ICU overnight

Former LSU football legend Billy Cannon suffered a stroke Tuesday while working at the Louisiana State Penitentiary.

The worst thing that could happen to Texas A&M football is Russell Wilson

The Big Mac Blog talks about the NFL and Aggieland. One could really change the other.

Bill Calls for Emergency Alarms at Texas Schools

While some state lawmakers have filed school safety bills aimed at increasing gun access or regulation on school property, one legislator is taking a different approach to protecting Texas’ schoolchildren.

TX representative files bill protecting 2nd Amendment rights

On Monday, a Texas lawmaker filed a bill that would make any federal law banning semi-automatic firearms or limiting the size of gun magazines unenforceable within the state's boundaries.

Leon Lett says Cowboys' defensive linemen will get to 'eat first' in Cowboys' new 4-3, like he did

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram covers the Dallas Cowboys. The defense is changing and a former Cowboy talks about it.

Texas police: Prisoner who stabbed detective killed days after escape

Authorities in Texas shot and killed an escaped prisoner early Saturday, several days after they say he stabbed a detective tasked with taking him across the country.

Take advantage of electronics recycling opportunities

Texans turned in more than 43 million pounds of electronics to computer manufacturers for recycling.