Statewide News

2 killed when intoxicated driver plows car into crowd at SXSW, police say

AUSTIN, Texas (CNN) -- An intoxicated driver fleeing police plowed his car into a crowd at the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas, killing two people, authorities said early Thursday.

REPORT: Former Cowboy Ware to sign with Denver Broncos

Former Dallas Cowboys star DeMarcus Ware will sign with the Denver Broncos Wednesday, according to multiple na

‘Don’t Mess With Texas’ Campaign partners with fresh new voices

The Texas Department of Transportation today tunes up one of its greatest hits as it partners with top-notch Texas musicians for a brand-new rendition of Don’t mess with Texas.

USDA makes payments to support production of Advanced Biofuel

Temple-Agriculture Deputy Under Secretary Doug O’Brien has announced USDA is making nearly $60 million in payments to 195 producers to support the production of advanced biofuel.

GRAPHIC WARNING: TX man on trial after sexually assaulting, burning boy

We want to warn you that some of the video in this story you may find disturbing. A Montgomery County judge ruled that a 28-year-old man can be tried for a crime he was accused of committing when he was a teenager.

Cruz's comments draw fire from Dole, McCain

 Former Republican presidential nominees Bob Dole and John McCain are pushing back against Sen. Ted Cruz for comments he made Thursday at the Conservative Political Action Conference.

Missing Texas teacher found dead in New Mexico

The missing teacher from Richardson, Texas was found dead near Loving, NM late Tuesday evening and her boyfriend has been charged with murder, according to New Mexico authorities.

About last night: Texas primary highlights

The Lone Star state held its primary contests Tuesday, kicking off the 2014 election season with two top Republicans guarding their seats in Congress against conservative challengers and gubernatorial candidates Wendy Davis and Greg Abbott ready to s

About last night: Texas primary highlights

The Lone Star state held its primary contests Tuesday, kicking off the 2014 election season with two top Republicans guarding their seats in Congress against conservative challengers and gubernatorial candidates Wendy Davis and Greg Abbott ready to s

ERCOT thanks consumers for conserving, breaks March demand record set in 2002

The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), grid operator for most of Texas, thanks electric consumers for helping maintain grid reliability by reducing their electric use yesterday and this morning.