Statewide News

Michigan's tie-in with the most famous two-step in Texas history

Michigan is playing at Cowboys Stadium in the NCAA Regional. Mac Engel has more on the Wolverines and their connection to the Lone Star State.

Mavericks lose their chance to shave

The Dallas Mavericks had refused to shave until they got to a break-even record. Thursday night they had their chance. They were hosting the Indiana Pacers.

Astros owner still fighting over TV deal

Astros owner Jim Crane said Thursday night that as last-minute negotiations continue with DirecTV, Dish Network, AT&T U-verse and other major providers over carriage deals for Comcast SportsNet Houston, “We’re not going to blink

OK dentist may have exposed 7,000 patients to HIV, Hepatitis

A Tulsa dentist who health investigators say may have exposed thousands of patients to HIV and hepatitis because of unsanitary practices also allowed "unauthorized, unlicensed" employees to perform intravenous sedation of patients, Su

Gay rights signs placed on TX Chik-fil-A restaurant

A Chick-fil-A restaurant in San Antonio, Texas, became a battleground for gay rights. More than two dozen signs covered the windows Thursday morning, calling for marriage equality.

Share your passion for baseball with your kids

(StatePoint) As kids, many had the same dream of hitting a walk-off home run to win the World Series. Now baseball season is finally underway, and there is no shortage of opportunities to share your passion of the game with your children.

AMBER ALERT: Man wanted for Dallas teen abduction

The Texas Department of Transportation has issued an Amber Alert for a Dallas teenager. According to DPS officials, Aron Lavon Jones, 16, was kidnapped by Tarvarus Stuckey, 24.

Rick Scott: Florida to be better 'braggers' than Texas

Gov. Rick Scott in Florida has a message for his counterpart in Texas: Bring it on.

Supreme Court to address same-sex marriage cases

One of the biggest Supreme Court cases in years has cast a cloud of uncertainty over the fate of gay marriage bans still in place throughout most of the country, including Texas.