Statewide News

Woman travels world without mishap, goes missing after walk in Texas

She traveled the world with her husband for 22 months without major mishap, but a month after returning to the United States, Leanne Hecht Bearden is missing after she went for a walk. A search is underway in Texas, northeast of San Antonio, for t

Man jailed 5 years awaiting trial a result of court backlog in Jefferson County, Texas

BEAUMONT (KBMT) -- Imagine being behind bars for more than five years without having your day in court.

Supreme Court denies stay of Tamayo execution

HUNTSVILLE, Texas (CNN) -- A last-ditch push to keep a convicted cop killer alive in Texas failed Wednesday night when the U.S.

Dallas Methodist Pastor to Officiate Gay Weddings

Dallas (KDAF) -- Sunday, Jack Evans and George Harris celebrated their 53rd anniversary. "We have been in our relationship since January 19th, 1961," said Evans. The two men celebrate the day they met, but not the day they got married.

$7,500 reward offered for TX most wanted fugitive

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has added Leo Click Jr., 43, 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 capture.

Texas declares liquefied petroleum gas emergency

In response to harsh winter conditions gripping most of the country and an accompanying shortage of essential resources, Texas is joining other states in declaring a liquefied petroleum gas emergency.

Jury finds former Dallas Cowboy Josh Brent guilty of intoxication manslaughter

A jury has found former Dallas Cowboy Josh Brent guilty of intoxication manslaughter.

School breakfast feeding more needy Texas children

new national report finds that sixty-one low-income Texas children ate school breakfast for every 100 that received subsidized school lunch in the last school year.

Majority of Texas high school juniors on track with graduation

A new report by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) says 76 percent of students in the class of 2015 are on track with graduation requirements.

Former UT QB Vince Young files for bankruptcy

Vince Young, the former University of Texas and NFL quarterback from Houston who has been involved in a pair of lawsuits stemming from financial issues that arose during the 2011 NFL lockout, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.