Statewide News

Doctor shoots ex getting items from home in Texas murder-suicide

 El Paso Police have identified the two people involved in what they believe was a murder-suicide in the Eastridge neighborhood in east El Paso Thursday morning.

Perry: 'Real possibility' Texas will sue Obama over executive action

President Barack Obama may have a phone and pen, but outgoing Gov. Rick Perry of Texas says he has the grounds for a lawsuit if he uses either.

1 arrested after Texas child with cancer shot, killed in front yard

 New charges and new information in the murder of a teenager battling cancer. Ryan's Lara's family feels thankful for something many families never find, a little bit of closure.

ICE in Texas deports Mexican fugitive wanted for murder

A Mexican fugitive wanted in his home country for a murder in April was deported Friday by officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO).

Perry Judge rules prosecutor is not disqualified

The special prosecutor pressing criminal charges against Gov.

Cover to Cover: Texas School Permission Slip to Read Books

Permission slips are just for field trips, right? Not anymore, which is why some Highland Park parents are trippin' out over a new form students brought home.

4 workers die, 1 hurt in Texas chemical plant leak

Four workers were killed Saturday after a chemical leak at a DuPont plant in La Porte, Texas, on the eastern outskirts of Houston, plant manager Randall Clements said.

Texas economy ripe for skilled workers

Although it is tough to find a good job to support a family without a diploma, there are workers in Houston, Texas, making $60,000 to $70,000 a year without ever graduating high school.