Statewide News

White House to spend millions to curb undocumented children crossing border

 The Obama administration has unveiled a plan to spend millions of dollars to stem the tide of undocumented children streaming across the U.S.-Mexico border, announcing a coordinated government-wide response to the situation Friday.

Sen. Cruz files legislation to prohibit Guantanamo transfers until administration justifies release of ‘Taliban 5’

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, with original co-sponsors Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-New Hampshire, and Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kansas, has filed legislation to temporarily halt further transfers or releases for detainees at Guantanamo Bay.

Kyle Orton Still Absent From Mini-Camp

VALLEY RANCH (KDAF) -- To say AT&T Stadium is a big venue, would be an understatement.

AMBER ALERT: 13-year-old girl missing out of DeWitt Co. found safe

The Texas Department of Public Safety tells KWKT a 13-year-old who went missing early Friday morning has been found safe.

Texas inmates sue over lack of air conditioning

Claiming that even the prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, is air conditioned, prisoners in Texas have filed a federal lawsuit over soaring temperatures in state prisons that they say have killed at least 12 prisoners in the last three years. The su

Texan claims apartment manager called US flag threat to Muslim community

A Texas man is fighting to keep his American flag hanging from his balcony. He said his apartment manager told him the flag was a threat to the Muslim community and he has to take it down.

FBI arrests 2 Texans suspected of supporting terrorists

Two Texas men are in custody Thursday morning, charged with conspiring to provide material support to terrorists.

Up to 20,000 Fort Bliss soldiers ready for deployment to Iraq, if needed

El Paso, TX (KTSM) — As a group of violent extremists zero in on Baghdad, target Iraq's largest oil refinery, and threaten to take Baghdad International Airport over, lawmakers in Washington continue to battle it out over how the United States should

2 in Texas arrested in terror-related cases

Two men have been arrested in connection with terror-related activities, a U.S. attorney in Texas said Wednesday. Michael Todd Wolfe, 23, of Austin, was arrested Tuesday at George H.W.

Dallas County Commissioners Unintentionally Approve 'Juneteenth Resolution'

DALLAS (KDAF) -- DALLAS – When you have an idea you're passionate about, getting people on board can be pretty hard. This doesn't seem to apply to Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price, who proposed a 'Juneteenth Resolution' in Tuesday's me