Statewide News

Red Cross urges everyone to get their flu shot now

Widespread flu activity is being reported across much of the country and the American Red Cross urges people who have not yet gotten a flu vaccine to get vaccinated now.

Security camera captures tornado touchdown in southern Louisiana

Security cameras at an industrial plant rolled as a tornado ripped through Plaquemine.

Amber Alert issued for Texas 2-year-old

Authorities have issued an Amber Alert for a missing West Texas 2-year-old. Officials are searching for Leah Marie Aguirre, 2, of Crosbyton, a small town just outside Lubbock.

TX dog saved after being shot, left for dead in trash bag

A dog hit by a shotgun blast and left for dead in a trash bag on a cold night in Texas has survived, thanks to some animal lovers.

Police: Bus driver allegedly drunk when he dropped off students

A school bus driver was arrested this morning after he endangered the lives of roughly 49 children. At the time of his arrest, the 26-year-old man had a blood alcohol level that was more than two-times the legal limit.

Attorney General Abbott Recovers $36.34 Million for State of Texas, U.S.

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott today announced that two civil Medicaid fraud settlements secured by the Attorney General’s Office will yield more than $36 million for the State of Texas.

Featured Texas fugitive reward increased to $17,500

The reward for Jesus Alberto Villegas, 33, a Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitive and this month’s featured fugitive, has increased to $17,500 for information leading to his capture if the tip comes in during the month of January.

Texas AG: Congress passed our problems along to future generations

The so-called "Fiscal Cliff" offered Congress a chance to make real changes and address our country’s looming debt crisis.

Feds: Four Texas officers guarded cocaine shipments

The investigation continues into the four law enforcement officers who allegedly escorted drugs for money.