Statewide News

Bush still in hospital, but singing with doctors

George H.W. Bush is singing with doctors and nurses in the Houston hospital where he's been a patient for more than a month, according to the most recent update from the former president's spokesman.

ETX murder suspects appear before judge Friday

Two of the three suspects accused of killing a Longview man in early December appeared before an Upshur County judge Friday morning.

Louisiana teacher arrested, allegedly in relationship with student and principal

A former Eunice High School teacher is facing criminal charges Thursday. Eunice Police say Jacqueline Fruge had sexual contact with a student at the school.

Second ETX twister confirmed on Christmas Day

On Thursday morning, officials confirmed a second tornado touched down in Houston County on Christmas Day.

George H.W. Bush spends Christmas in hospital

Former President George H.W. Bush spent Christmas with his family in a Houston hospital and is in good spirits, though doctors have not yet discussed when he may be released, his spokesman told CNN.

A picture worth more than a 1000 words

It has been said "one picture is worth a thousand words." But some pictures are priceless, like this one pulled from a tornado's wreckage.

Student caught with gun at ETX elementary school

Longview officials are investigating why an elementary student was caught with a gun on school grounds Tuesday.

Student threatens ‘doomsday’ shooting at Louisiana high school

A Belle Chase student threatened to shoot up his school and kill a teacher. He told classmates he planned to do it on Friday, Dec. 21 because, he said, that’s the day the world is supposed to come to an end.

Amber Alert issued for Texas infant

Authorities have issued an Amber Alert for a missing 11-month-old infant from San Antonio. Jonathan Jose Guillen, Jr., is believed to have been taken by Jonathan Guillen, Sr., early Thursday morning.

78 school districts not compliant with safety measures, says Texas official

In the wake of the Connecticut school shooting, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott today urged school districts across Texas to review their safety plans and implored districts that have not submitted their school safety plans to make doing so