Statewide News

Texas newlyweds killed after colliding in head-on crash

A man and his wife were killed in a tragic accident near Witchita Falls when the couple collided head-on in separate vehicles.

South Texas love triangle between sheriff's office coworkers turns deadly

One man dead and another suffering from a self inflicted gun shot wound after an eight hour hostage stand off in Brownsville.

Texas city population sign: 'Too damn many'

The population of Midland, Texas is growing and someone is clearly not happy about it.

Texas HS students show improvement in STAAR end-of-course results

High school students posted strong passing rates for the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR®) end-of-course exams in Biology, Algebra I and U.S.

NRA slams 'foolish' Open Carry Texas behavior, backtracks on statement

The NRA has a stern message to gun lovers: check your weapons at the door.

Harvard awards George H.W. Bush honorary degree

When Harvard University leaders awarded former President George H.W. Bush an honorary degree Thursday, they made sure to mention his alma mater.

Texas family calls for change after child dies at school

A Texas family is fighting for changes after their young child died at school. The death was ruled an accident, but they wonder if it could have been prevented.

Texas angler hauls in monster fish

A Houston resident will soon have his name etched high in the Louisiana record books for a massive fish he hauled in last weekend.

Virus not seen since 2009 in Texas infects horses

Vesicular stomatitis (VS) has been detected in five horses in far Southwest Texas, (in Kinney County, southeast of Del Rio, TX). The U.S.

Oldest member of Congress loses in Texas runoff

Rep. Ralph Hall, the oldest elected official in Washington, lost a tough runoff battle in Texas Tuesday, making the 91-year-old Republican the first incumbent member of Congress to go down in defeat this primary season.