Statewide News

Jury finds former Dallas Cowboy Josh Brent guilty of intoxication manslaughter

A jury has found former Dallas Cowboy Josh Brent guilty of intoxication manslaughter.

School breakfast feeding more needy Texas children

new national report finds that sixty-one low-income Texas children ate school breakfast for every 100 that received subsidized school lunch in the last school year.

Majority of Texas high school juniors on track with graduation

A new report by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) says 76 percent of students in the class of 2015 are on track with graduation requirements.

Former UT QB Vince Young files for bankruptcy

Vince Young, the former University of Texas and NFL quarterback from Houston who has been involved in a pair of lawsuits stemming from financial issues that arose during the 2011 NFL lockout, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

VIDEO: TX police officer's random act of kindness caught on camera

Someone caught a Texas police officer in the act, taking a photo while the officer was offering help to a homeless man in Odessa.

McAllen Police confirm that seized cards are fraudlent

Police in McAllen, Texas, have arrested two people who had fake credit cards in their possession. Police say Daniel Guardiola-Dominguez and Mary Carmen Garcia were found with 96 cloned or counterfeit credit cards.

Lt. Governor David Dewhurst invites Sean Hannity to move to Texas

Lieutenant Governor, David Dewhurst, has invited Sean Hannity to move to Texas.

Reward offered to help solve weekend double homicide

TYLER COUNTY (KBMT) -- The Tyler County Sheriff Monday announced a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the shooting death of a man and woman over the weekend.

TXU to reward TX customers $37M in cash back

Seven is known to be a lucky number, and this year, hundreds of thousands of lucky Texans will strike gold with green as they receive more than $37 million in the mail during TXU Energy’s seventh annual Cash Rewards payout.

Mexico to Texas on convicted cop killer: Don't execute our citizen

Mexico's government is trying to block the execution of a convicted cop killer in Texas this week, arguing that it would violate international law. The case of Mexican citizen Edgar Tamayo Arias is the latest battle in a dispute over the rights o