Statewide News

Texas A&M unveils new accountability website

Last spring, there was significant handwringing about the compilation, release, and amateur analysis of faculty productivity data from the state's leading public universities.

2012 NFL Draft

New York — Tonight marks the beginning of the 77th annual “meat market”, also known as the NFL draft. Over the next three days, 253 new members will be welcomed into the NFL.

Plane crashes in Burleson Co.

BURLESON COUNTY -- A plane crash in Burleson County today injures the pilot. And tonight, investigators with the Federal Aviation Administration are trying to figure out what happened.

Texas grand jury indicts Sinaloa cartel leaders

A U.S. federal grand jury in Texas has indicted the suspected top leaders of Mexico's Sinaloa cartel.

UPDATE: Small plane with unresponsive pilot crashes into Gulf

A small plane that had circled the Gulf of Mexico with an apparently unresponsive pilot Thursday morning has crashed, Coast Guard Lt. Cmdr. Christopher O'Neil says.

Doctor: exercise helps reduce stress during tax deadline

BROWNSVILLE — A South Texas heart doctor and personal trainer have some tips to stay calm and collective during the stressful tax deadline.

High-risk sex offender added to Texas most wanted list

AUSTIN - A high-risk Houston sex offender on electronic monitoring, who escaped from an east Houston halfway house last Thursday, has been added to the Texas 10 Most Wanted List, and a $7,500 cash reward is being offered for information leading

Customs agents seize $3 Million in marijuana at border

PHARR — Customs officers made a large drug bust at the Texas-Mexico border yesterday. Agents who were inspecting a shipment of produce at the Pharr International Port of Entry seized nearly 4,700 pounds of marijuana.

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.