Statewide News

Army community holds fundraiser for El Paso woman attacked and stabbed

 The Army community at Fort Bliss and across the country is standing as one family and donating to an El Paso woman, who was attacked and stabbed by an intruder in her northeast El Paso home last week.

Man sees pregnant wife stabbed on videochat

 A Texas woman in her ninth month of pregnancy was brtually stabbed in the face and stomach earlier this week -- all while her husband, deployed thousands of miles away overseas -- watched helplessly through the phone, police said, accordi

Texas school unites to fight against bullying

A teenage girl in Texas has the last laugh. Earlier this week Shea Shawan received a number of threatening text messages.

Ted Cruz responds to father's 'ill-advised joke'

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz reacted to criticism of controversial remarks his father made at an April 2012 event, when the latter urged voters to send President Barack Obama "back to Chicago, back to Kenya."

2 TX restaurants make 'Best in the U.S.' list

According to TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel website, the top restaurants in the United States have been chosen.

Governor Perry awards TX Legislative Medal of Honor to late WWII Soldier

Governor Rick Perry today awarded the Texas Legislative Medal of Honor posthumously to Audie Murphy, (June 20, 1925 – May 28, 1971) the most highly decorated American soldier

West Texas man admits possessing prepubescent child pornography

A west Texas man pleaded guilty Friday to one count of possessing prepubescent child pornography, and aiding and abetting.

6 foreign nationals sentenced in TX for roles in a human smuggling organization

The leader of a human smuggling organization and five others were sentenced to federal prison Friday for their roles in a conspiracy to transport or harbor aliens illegally present in the country, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson.

Texas mom uses Bible to smuggle meth into jail, police say

JEFFERSON COUNTY, TEXAS (KBMT) -- A 69-year-old woman has been indicted after sheriff's deputies say she tried to use a Bible to smuggle drugs into the Jefferson County jail. Carolyn Hebert Frioux, 69, of Fannett, went to visit her daughter in jai