Statewide News

Tips to save time on lawn maintenance

(StatePoint) If it feels as though your entire weekends are spent mowing, trimming and watering your lawn, there are steps you can take to speed up your lawn care routine. Automate

How technology is making books more engrossing for readers

(StatePoint) Are you reading less than you used to? You're not alone.

How to make healthful eating fit your daily routine

(StatePoint) Eating right is essential to keeping your body running at its best. But nutrition advice doesn't always account for people's varied lifestyles, health needs and tastes.

Tips to break into a career in beauty and wellness

(StatePoint) Picking a career path in which to wisely invest your education dollars can be tricky, especially if you don't want to graduate with a pile of debt and no job offer.

Top 10 most stolen cars in Texas

Pickups are not only popular among Texas drivers, they are also targets for vehicle thiefs in Texas. The Texas Department fo Public Safety released it's final report on the top behicles reported stolen in Texas in 2012.

Johnny Manziel back in his element — practice

Johnny Manziel has found shelter from the circus his life has become since winning the Heisman Trophy in December — a refuge under the big top of Texas A&M's indoor football complex.

Budget cuts affect Fort Bliss

Texas is expected to be hit hard by forced budget cuts that went into effect Friday. 85-billion dollars will be trimmed from federal budgets over the next seven months, much of it from defense spending.

National Rifle Association to sponsor NASCAR race in Texas

The National Rifle Association will sponsor the NASCAR Sprint Cup event in Texas on April 13, Texas Motor Speedway President Eddie Gossage announced Monday.

Help protect your home from wicked weather

(StatePoint) With wild weather patterns impacting the country in recent years, homeowners nationwide are constantly on the lookout for better ways to prepare their homes to handle tough weather conditions.

2 Texas A&M students, 1 other killed in possible drunk driving wreck

It was a grisly scene after a crash that killed three people, including two freshmen from Texas A&M University.