Statewide News

Veteran James helps Mavs pull even with Jazz in the West

The Mavericks are just two games below .500 and just two games short of being eligible for the playoffs. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram has more.

Bill Could Reduce Number of Texas Abortion Facilities

A bill advancing through the Texas Legislature could drastically decrease the number of legal abortion facilities in the state.

Sequester Could Hit Special Ed, Poor TX Students

Aurora Ramirez-Ford, a fifth-grader with Down syndrome, needs speech classes and occupational therapy, services that are guaranteed under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.

How to manage your seasonal allergies

(StatePoint) Unfortunately, beautiful flowers and warm weather can also mean itchy, watery eyes, sneezing fits and nasal congestion.

Baylor student dies finishing marathon

A college student collapses near the finish line of a half marathon Saturday morning. Baylor student, Daniel Jones, 23, of North Richland Hills, Texas, was rushed to a local hospital where he was later pronounced dead.

Anticipating household dangers can save your pet's life

(StatePoint) Household pets are adorably curious, but they can't read labels or plant their own gardens.

WARNING GPAPHIC: TX mother charged in alleged burning of toddler's hand

EDITOR'S NOTE: This story is not suitable for all audiences, due to the graphic nature of its content.

Perry, some lawmakers want state's gold back in Texas

Call it the Rick Perry gold rush: The governor wants to bring the state's gold reserves back from a New York vault to Texas.

TX authorities take down double-murder suspect

A former Colorado inmate who was a white supremacist gang member is now the focus of the investigation into who murdered the state's prison chief.

Grow what you eat; cook what you grow

(StatePoint) Cooking from the garden is not like cooking from the store. There's nothing more tasty, nutritious and satisfying than fresh, homemade meals made from the fruits, vegetables and herbs you grew yourself.