Statewide News

Texas woman intentionally urinates on officer while being arrested

Officers with the Rosenberg Police Department were called to reports of an aggravated assault with a deadly weapon Saturday night.

Sen. Cornyn honors Texas Independence Day

U.S. Senator John Corynyn commemorated Texas Independence Day by reading Lieutenant Colonel William Barret Travis' letter ahead of the Battle of the Alamo on the Senate floor this week.

Sen. Cruz recognizes 178 years of Texas Independence

U.S. Senator Ted Cruz released the following message to Texans in recognition of Texas Independence Day. The state of Texas is celebrating 178 years of independence today, March 2, 2014.

High school football player gets Houston Texans cheerleader as prom date

Many high school football players taken cheerleaders to the prom. However, this is a little different. Mike Ramirez will have a Houston Texans cheerleader on his arm at the senior dance.

Newly qualified Coast Guard flight mechanic rescues doctor from research vessel

A Coast Guard flight mechanic medevaced a man from a research vessel in the Gulf of Mexico, approximately 190 miles southeast of Galveston.

Texas family using their story to raise awareness of CMV

A Houston family is using its story to make sure other families never feel their pain. The family spoke about the little known virus that took the life of their newborn baby and why everyone should know about CMV.

Major accident clogs traffic in Bryan Friday morning

Bryan Police Department reports traffic is flowing again, following a major accident Friday morning on Earl Rudder Freeway.

Great Texas Roundup arrests begin tomorrow, March 1

Law enforcement agencies from more than 300 agencies across Texas will begin making arrests Saturday, March 1, as part of the 2014 Great Texas Warrant Roundup.

Bryan PD investigating series of robberies

Bryan Police need your help identifying the man they say is responsible for a rash of burglaries last weekend. Police say, on February 23, between 4:25 a.m. and 4:45 a.m., the following three buildings were broken into: