Statewide News

TX single mom's 'Thanks a lot, Obama' letter goes viral

A single mother in the small town of Palmer, Texas, about an hour and 45 minutes southwest of Tyler, has written a "Thank you letter," to President Barack Obama.

TX father arrested for allegedly severely beating baby, causing internal injuries

A McAllen father has been arraigned on two charges of injury to a child after his six-month-old son was taken to the hospital suffering from internal injuries.

$45 Million in narcotics seized in shipment of tomatoes

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Office of Field Operations (OFO) at the Pharr International Bridge cargo facility seized $45,397,000 worth of narcotics that were concealed within a commercial shipment of fresh tomatoes.

TX AG challenges EEOC hiring guidelines that jeopardize public safety, contradict law

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott today filed a legal action challenging unlawful hiring guidelines issued by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) that limit the ability of employers – including the State of Texas and its a

VIDEO: Southeast Texas woman accused stabbing ex-husband, living with body for a week

A southeast Texas woman has been accused of killing her ex-husband and living with his body for a week before a relative discovered him and called the police.

DPS providing replacement driver licenses, ID cards to flood victims

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) today announced that a DPS mobile disaster unit has been deployed to central Texas to issue replacement Texas driver licenses and replacement Texas identification (ID) cards to victims who lost those

REPORT: University of Texas set to name new Athletic Director

According to Sports Illustrated, the University of Texas has reportedly decided to name Arizona State University

Cornyn calls for Congress to award Purple Heart, benefits to victims, families on Ft. Hood attack anniversary

U.S. Senaor John Cornyn, R-Texas, Tuesday, issued the following statement marking the 4th anniversary of the Fort Hood terrorist attack:

Rights groups ask Supreme Court to block part of Texas abortion law

The next stop in a legal battle over a controversial new abortion law in Texas could be the U.S. Supreme Court.

Texas Attorney General challenges EEOC hiring guidelines that jeopardize public safety, contradict Texas law

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott today filed a legal action challenging unlawful hiring guidelines issued by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) that limit the ability of employers – including the State of Texas and its a