Statewide News

Perry calls for travel ban from Ebola outbreak countries

  Gov. Rick Perry today announced the first recommendations issued by the Texas Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. Gov. Perry created the task force, headed by Dr. Brett P.

DPS: Texas fugitive with violent past wanted

 The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has added Alfredo Rangel, 37, to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list, and a cash reward up to $7,500 is now being offered for information leading to his arrest.

From a bridal shop to an Ebola ward: Who is Amber Vinson?

 Over the weekend, Amber Vinson was in Ohio to plan her wedding. Today, the 29-year-old nurse is hospitalized in Atlanta, fighting the Ebola virus. What a difference a few days can make.

For the love of the game: Three Texas football players overcome deafening disability

El Paso, TX (KTSM) -- High school football is a long standing tradition in Texas, and also in the Borderland. Local kids often grow up picturing themselves playing under the Friday night lights.

Dallas Cowboys to fine player for shoplifting

Valley Ranch, TX (KDAF) -- While the Dallas Cowboys look red hot on the field, off the field one Cowboy was caught red-handed.

Perry cuts short Europe trip amid Ebola scare

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Texas Gov. Rick Perry is cutting short an economic development trip through Europe to return home as officials in his state work to stop the spread of Ebola.

Texas Pastors subpoenaed over equal rights debate

A push for equal rights in Houston could spark a national debate on the freedom on religion.

Dallas Cowboy running back can't outrun Frisco Police

Dallas Cowboy player Joseph Randle was arrested Monday evening for shoplifting at a Frisco, Texas mall. The reserve running back is accused of stealing underwear and cologne from a Dillard’s store. Frisco police charged Randle with a misdemeanor

Appeals court reinstates Texas voter ID law

Less than a week before early voting begins in the state, a federal appeals court has said that Texas' controversial voter ID law can go into effect. The enforcement order, issued Tuesday by a federal appeals court, comes days after a district c