Statewide News

Texas ex-prosecutor denies wrongdoing in Willingham death penalty

More than a decade after his execution, Cameron Todd Willingham is still a pawn in the debate over the death penalty.

Allen Stadium Repairs Begin

ALLEN (KDAF) -- It seems like folks in Allen are sick and tired of hearing about the infamous Eagle Stadium.

Friendliest/unfriendliest U.S. cities, according to Conde Nast Traveler

If you meet someone from Newark in the next few days, treat them gently.

San Antonio Spurs hire Becky Hammon as assistant coach

In what many sports fans view as a historic move, the reigning NBA champion San Antonio Spurs announced the hiring of Becky Hammon as assistant coach.

Bowe Bergdahl meets with Army investigator

Former prisoner Bowe Bergdahl met Wednesday with an investigating officer to discuss his disappearance five years ago. After he disappeared in Afghanistan in June 2009, the now-28-year-old soldier spent five years in the hands of Taliban militan

A worried world watches as Ebola death toll rises; Liberia declares emergency

A nurse in Nigeria. A businessman in Saudi Arabia. A Spanish priest in Liberia.

Warrant issued in Texas for rapper Wiz Khalifa's arrest

Rapper Cameron Thomaz, better known by his stage name Wiz Khalifa, was due in an El Paso court today to face charges stemming from a May arrest for marijuana possession at the El Paso International Airport, but now, a warrant was issued for his

Fisherman catches massive shark off Texas coast

A fisherman from San Antonio caught one massively huge shark off the Texas Gulf Coast over the weekend.

Three Texas workers electrocuted when scaffolding touches power line

Three people were electrocuted in an industrial accident in Hardin County Wednesday morning, according to officials.