Statewide News

TX teams in top 5 of 'Most Vaulable NFL Franchises'

They may be having some struggles on the field, but the Dallas Cowboys are bringing in more cash than any other team in the National Football League.

AMBER ALERT: 2-year-old missing from Central Texas

An Amber Alert has been issued for a two-year-old Copperas Cover girl who was last seen August 05, 2013 at around 9:45 a.m.

TX man arrested in LA after officer finds 690 lbs. of marijuana during traffic stop

A Texas man is in jail and over 690 pounds of marijuana are off the streets following a traffic stop on Interstate 10 east of Breaux Bridge.

VIDEO: TX family discovers baby monitor hacked after they hear voices calling daughters name from camera

A baby monitor brought on a horrifying situation for some Texas parents. The camera they were using to monitor their two-year-old and keep her safe was hacked, and what the hacker did was chilling.

TX man arrested for sexually abusing 15-year-old girl in Louisiana

A man from Houston, Texas was arrested after an investigation revealed that he allegedly had an inappropriate sexual relationship with teenager.

State of Texas, 6 others file complaint challenging American Airlines, U.S. Airways merger

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott announced today that the State of Texas, along with Arizona, Florida, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, the District of Columbia and the U.S.

Texas Railroad Commissioner candidate pledges a full term

Former conservative Republican State Representative Ray Keller has issued a pledge to fulfill his entire term if elected Texas Railroad Commissioner.

Gov. Perry announces key staff changes

Gov. Rick Perry has named Kathy Walt as chief of staff and Jonathan Taylor as director of the Economic Development and Tourism Division (EDT). Aaron Demerson will serve as senior advisor for economic development.

West, TX blast first responders' autopsies reveal drugs, alcohol

Autopsy results for three heroic firefighters who were killed in the West, Texas plant explosion are raising some tough questions. The mayor says the results indicate they should not have responded to the fire.

'No Muslim Parking' signs offends TX Muslims attending Houston mosque

Religiously offensive signs appeared in a Houston shopping center parking lot on Thursday but no one seems to know how they got there.