Statewide News

North Texas deputy fatally shot after disturbance

For the second time in less than two weeks, the Texas Rangers are investigating an officer-involved shooting death in North Texas.

Dallas officer shot, killed in apparent murder-suicide

Dallas cops know how to handle violent crime scenes – it's their job. But, when one of those scenes involves one of their own, then their job becomes personal.

Texas DPS to cease collecting all 10 fingerprints to obtain DL or ID

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is statutorily required to enforce the laws passed by the Texas Legislature.

New ACA numbers show more than 969,000 Texans enrolled in health care plan as of January 30

On Wednesday, Mimi Garcia, Texas State Director of Get Covered America, issued the following statement in response to the U.S.

Texas not at risk despite low oil prices: Economist

The effects of a slowdown in the oil and gas industry are beginning to be seen across the Permian Basin, but according to a local economist, the slowdown won't have a dramatic effect on the state.

Texas-based RadioShack files for bankruptcy

Nearly a century after it opened its first store and sent out its first catalog, RadioShack declared bankruptcy on Thursday.

Texas family welcomes third set of twins

In a quiet neighborhood in Prosper, Texas sits a home that isn't quiet like the others. Cue the babies crying! Meet the Riggs Family. They have three sets of twins, welcoming the last set just three weeks ago.

FBI searching for Ohio murder suspect with Texas ties

The FBI is searching for a murder suspect who has Texas ties and is believed to be headed south.

4 children killed in Texas house fire

In a tragic incident, four children were killed Wednesday morning in Tyler County.

Report: Cowboys' Joseph Randle arrested in Kansas

According to Kansas TV station KAKE, Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle was arrested in his hometown of Wichita early Wednesday.