Statewide News

One week courtship turns into 10 years of wedded bliss

Couples across the world will become engaged on Valentine’s Day. If you look at statistics, most of those couples have been together for roughly two years.

Porta-potty meth lab found on golf course

Under cover drug agents defuse a mini meth lab found inside a porta-potty in the middle of a golf course Tuesday in Purcell. Staffers noticed strange sports drink bottles with chemicals inside the porta-potty and called police.

Violent fugitive stabs officer, escapes in Dallas area

Authorities are searching for an escaped convict who is considered highly dangerous. On Monday night, Alberto Morales, 41, of Havanna, Cubs, stabbed a law enforcement officer in the Dallas area and escaped.

Handicapping the High Court on School Finance

State District Judge John Dietz declared the Texas school finance system unconstitutional last week. But the 260 hours the litigants spent in his courtroom only mark the beginning of the lawsuit's journey through the legal system.

200 mile funeral procession for Chris Kyle underway

The funeral procession for Chris Kyle, American Sniper and author who was shot to death at a gun range in Texas, began Tuesday morning.

Hundreds of Aggies to plant thousands of trees at fire-ravaged Bastrop State Park

Flash back to Labor Day weekend in 2011 when high winds spawned by a tropical storm in Louisiana combined with epic drought conditions to fuel the most damaging wildfire in Texas history in and around the Central Texas community of Bastrop.

Man caught with more than $1.1 million in cocaine at TX border

Customs and Border Protection Officers arrested a 61 year old man trying to smuggle cocaine into the U.S. over the weekend.

Smart lighting ideas when remodeling or building a home

(StatePoint) If you're building or remodeling your home, as more Americans are doing these days, consider a fresh approach to your lighting both inside and out.

Three superfoods that can improve your health

(StatePoint) In a world where fatty, fried and frosted foods are often the cheapest, quickest and most readily available options, it can be easy to forget the true purpose of eating -- to healthfully fuel our bodies.

New treatment for patients with coronary artery disease

(StatePoint) Whether you are at-risk for developing a heart condition or you're one of the 13 million Americans who suffer from coronary artery disease, arming yourself with the facts you need to stay healthy can help.