Statewide News

Cases of confirmed West Nile surpasses 1,000 in Texas

The West Nile virus continues to spread across Texas, and in the last week, the number of cases has surpassed the 1000 mark.

ICE agents bust drug distribution stretching from El Paso to Chicago

An indictment was unsealed Thursday charging four individuals with a cocaine distribution and money laundering conspiracy based in El Paso. These indictments resulted from an investigation by U.S.

Feds: Rock-throwing prompts Texas border shooting

Mexico's foreign ministry has accused a U.S. Border Patrol agent of fatally shooting a Mexican citizen along the border.

Players associated with Saints bounty scandal reinstated

Suspensions for four players connected to the Saints “bountygate” scandal have been overturned by a three-man arbitration panel, according to sources.

African Pygmy Hedgehogs Born at Cameron Park Zoo

Waco, Texas - Cameron Park Zoo is pleased to announce the birth of 4 African pygmy hedgehogs. The hoglets were born on August 17, 2012 to proud parents Mystique and Logan.

You can drive 85 - in Texas

The saying goes that everything is bigger in Texas. This fall that will apply to speed, too.

Husband walks streets in search of a kidney donor

(CNN) -- Larry William Swilling walks the streets of Anderson, South Carolina, with a sandwich board over his stocky shoulders. "NEED KIDNEY 4 WIFE," the sign reads.

TxDOT approves fastest speed limit in US for stretch of toll road

  Texas is set to get a new bragging right: the fastest speed limit in the country.

Texas soldier killed in Afghanistan

The Department of Defense announced today the death of two soldiers who were supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.

City of Bryan offering mosquito dunks

BRYAN -- The City of Bryan’s Public Works and Neighborhood Association Partnership Program seek to partner with registered neighborhood and homeowner associations in an effort to enhance the community and quality of life.