Statewide News

Parent sues TX school over defecation check

The parent of a West Sabine ISD student is suing the school and several administrators after their child, along with others, was allegedly forced to drop his pants for a defecation check.

FBI investigates TX scooter store for possible Medicare fraud

Federal and state agents raided The Scooter Store's corporate headquarters in Texas Wednesday. It's part of as part of an ongoing probe into possible Medicare fraud.

GRAPHIC: Kids taken away from mom who held bloody knife to child's throat

EDITOR'S NOTE: The children's names and relatives' names are being withheld to protect their well being. This story may not be suitable for all audiences, due to its graphic nature.

New DPS webpage highlights unsolved murders

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) today unveiled a new section of its website dedicated to solving cold case murder investigations across the state of Texas.

Bomb threat at Kyle Field on Texas A&M campus; evacuations underway

Texas A&M officials have ordered the evacuation of several buildings on the Texas A&M campus due to a bomb threat.

TX representative files bill protecting 2nd Amendment rights

On Monday, a Texas lawmaker filed a bill that would make any federal law banning semi-automatic firearms or limiting the size of gun magazines unenforceable within the state's boundaries.

TX sheriff's department recovers $10,000 guitar for local church

A small town church was unexpectedly returned a prized item this week, thanks to hard work by the local sheriff's department.

TX legislator files bill offering gun courses to students

There could be more guns on Texas school campuses if one lawmaker has his way. A state representative filed a bill to give school districts the option to offer gun safety courses to high school students.

TX special needs student hits shot of a lifetime

Mitchell Marcus, a special needs student, spent three years as the team manager for the Coronado boys basketball team.

Meet the Pigzilla of New Summerfield

East Texas is cattle country. But for one New Summerfield family they have made raising pigs a lucrative business