Statewide News

Texas doctor infected with Ebola virus while working in Liberia

A Fort Worth doctor, working with a humanitarian organization, has been infected with the deadly Ebola virus while treating ill patients in Liberia.

Fire forces hundreds to evacuate River Walk hotel

SAN ANTONIO -- Close to 500 people were evacuated from their hotel rooms after a fire broke out at a River Walk hotel late Thursday night. San Antonio firefighters responded to the fire around 9:45 p.m.

222 Cats and Dogs Rescued in Wolfe City

WOLFE CITY (KDAF) -- WOLFE CITY, TX – It's a story no pet lover wants to imagine.

Lost tribute flag found almost 10 years later at flea market

SABINE COUNTY (KBMT) -- A tribute flag dedicated to fallen Lance Corporal Fred Maciel was found July 7 at a Sabine County Flea Market after missing for almost 10 years.

Texas Mother Accused of Killing Four-Year-Old Daughter

ATHENS (KDAF) -- ATHENS, Texas–Who could kill a four year old child? A family friend found the body of 4-year-old Victoria Wyatt in the trunk of the family car. "Something told me to open the trunk and there she was in a plastic bag.

Chilling New Details in FW Mortuary Investigation

FORT WORTH (KDAF) -- Fort Worth, TX – A recently released arrest affidavit depicts, in chilling detail, the condition in which seven corpses were discovered at a Fort Worth mortuary.

Doctor's jail stay not related to DEA raid on his office

PINEHURST (KBMT) -- Federal agents and local law enforcement agencies raided a Pinehurst doctor's office Thursday morning. Pinehurst Police Chief Fred Hanauer said the raid is part of an ongoing investigation which has been in progress for around

USDA releases list of Texas stores affected by Listeria recall

Great American Marketing, a Houston, Texas establishment, recalled Thursday approximately 475 pounds of FSIS and FDA-regulated, ready-to-eat products due to possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes, the U.S.

120-pound gator caught in Texas neighborhood

Later, gator! An alligator that caused a stir in a Texas neighborhood is gone. A homeowner in Cinco Ranch called authorities after seeing kids throw rocks at this six-foot long, 120-pound reptile.