Statewide News

Texas files legal action challenging administration's efforts to shut down the Women's Health Program

AUSTIN — The Texas Attorney General's Office today filed legal action against the U.S.

DPS Announces Flood Safety Awareness Week

AUSTIN, TX – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) today reminded Texans of the steps they can take to protect their families and property as Flood Safety Awareness Week approaches, which is March 12 – 16.

Tyler Police on scene of aggravated assault

TYLER — Tyler Police were dispatched to an aggravated assault on the 500 block of East Line St. around 5:30 Tuesday evening. Fox51 crews were on location as a person was taken from the scene on a stretcher.

.Troopers find 40 pounds of cocaine during I-20 traffic stop

A Georgia woman was arrested Monday morning on Interstate 20 after troopers found more than 40 pounds of cocaine.

Analysis: Texas case could mark the end of affirmative action in the United States

Is affirmative action in university admissions a measurement toward increasing the diversity of the student body, or does it violate the civil and constitutional rights of applicants to consider race and ethnicity in university admissions?

Widespread phone line problems thoughout Rusk Co.

RUSK COUNTY SHERIFF DEPARTMENT- The Rusk County Sheriff’s Office and other areas throughout Henderson are currently experiencing problems with their phone lines.

Heart health

Dr. Paul McGaha, Regional Director of State Health Services discusses "Heart Month" in February with Kaci.  

State Rep. Leo Berman (R-Tyler) Diagnosed wtih cancer

Fox 51 has learned the type of cancer Mr. Berman is battling is Lymphoma. Message From Rep. Berman Concerning  His Health:

2011 driest year on record for Texas and second hottest

HOUSTON TEXAS- The National Weather Service says 2011 was Texas' driest year on record as well as its second hottest. The agency said Friday the average rainfall for the drought-stricken state last year was 14.88 inches.

Jarvis Christian College President leaves post

Jarvis Christian College's president has left the institution just weeks after it was announced that the college's accrediting agency had placed it on warning.