Statewide News

SISTER ACT: Sisters arrested attempting to smuggle marijuana at TX port of entry

Two sisters were handed over to Brownsville narcotic agents and arrested for attempting to smuggle over 93 pounds of marijuana at a port of entry.

Gov. Perry announces TETF investment in innovative Spinal Disorder Treatment

Gov. Rick Perry has announced the Texas Emerging Technology Fund (TETF) is investing $1.75 million in Minimus Spine Inc. to support its non-surgical lumbar disc herniation technology.

Cornyn introduces Federal Prison Reform based on the Texas model

U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) issued the following statement after introducing the Federal Prison Reform Act.

VIDEO: Ballpark in Arlington turns into 'Winter Wonderland'

The winter storm moving across the country is taking a heavy toll on Texas. This is a picture of The Ballpark in Arlington where the Texas Rangers play.

Catholic college police officer kills student after off-campus traffic stop

The campus police officer who shot Robert Cameron Redus said the 23-year-old student got out of his truck after a traffic stop, approached the officer and got into the struggle which claimed Redus' life. Redus' friends at the University of the Inc

DPS recognizes individuals for dedicated service

The Texas Public Safety Commission (PSC) and the Department of Public Safety (DPS) Director Steven McCraw presented a Director’s Citation and Medal of Merit to two DPS employees, and a Director’s Award to the Lubbock Fire Chief for

Winter storm aims at East Coast

A frigid winter storm system that put Dallas in the deep freeze is hitting the East Coast on Sunday. Luckily for those people, it should be a short visit.

One person is dead after they crash over a guardrail, plunge into lake

Rescue teams in Texas worked for hours to pull a pickup truck from an icy lake in Lewisville just outside of Dallas.

Arlington National Cemetery falling short on wreath donations

It's become a moving holiday tradition to honor the nation's war dead.

VIDEO: TX man loses 25 years of life behind bars for wife's murder, DNA proves his innocence

In 1987, a Texas man was convicted of murdering his wife. Michael Morton spent the next 25 years behind bars, cut off from the world, eventually losing contact with his son.