Statewide News

DoD: Texas Marine dies during combat

The Department of Defense announced today the death of a Marine who was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.

Phil Collins donates massive collection to the Alamo

The largest known private collection of artifacts from the Texas Revolution and the Battle of the Alamo has come home.

Man convicted of shooting at Coryell County deputy

A Coryell County jury found a Gatesville man guilty of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon Wednesday yesterday in connection to a February 2013 shooting that involved a sheriff's deputy.

Big Tex named #1 Best Quirky Landmark

The larger than life cowboy, Big Tex, has been voted #1 in USA Today`s Best Quirky Landmark in the nation competition.

53 dogs killed in Texas house fire

investigators in Dallas are looking for the cause of fire that killed dozens of animals and injured two people.

Airport Parking Price Hikes to Bring in Millions for Dallas

DALLAS (KDAF) -- DALLAS-Flying out of Love Field? Pack some extra cash. The Dallas City Council passed a plan to to raise parking rates at Love. Starting July 1, you'll pay up to $16 a day if you're in the short term lot.

Pregnant Brownsville firefighter sues city

Brownsville, TX (Marty Watson) -- A Brownsville firefighter with a high-risk pregnancy is suing the city following an alleged refusal to allow her to have a lighter workload. Viviana Gaytan says the fire department and City of Brownsville refused

Texas motorists will no longer be issued inspection stickers

Having to get an inspection sticker for your car will soon be a thing of the past in the state of Texas. The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles announced Tuesday their new Texas Two Step process for issuing inspection stickers.

GOP selects Cleveland, Dallas as finalists for RNC host

Today, the Republican National Committee’s Site Selection Committee selected Cleveland, Ohio and Dallas, Texas as finalists to host the 2016 Republican National Convention.

Converted warehouse to process unaccompanied child migrants in Texas

The flood of unaccompanied children crossing illegally into Texas has prompted the federal government to action, after holding centers for them overflowed. The General Services Administration plans to convert a warehouse in McAllen, Texas, into