Statewide News

The one JFK conspiracy theory that could be true

During the half century since President John F. Kennedy was assassinated, you may have heard about a few conspiracy theories.

Senator John Cornyn kicks off bid for re-election

Republican Senator, John Cornyn, has kicked off his bid for re-election. He was joined by Governor Rick Perry at a rally in Austin.

Death penalty states scramble for lethal injection drugs

 A federal civil complaint in Texas claims the defendants may have falsified prescriptions, lied to pharmacies and perhaps even broken the law, but they're not drug runners.

Cops: Texas Man is suspect in child assault ran baby-sitting service

Texas officials are investigating a new lead in the case of a Pearland man suspected of sexually assaulting as many as 15 young girls and taking photos of the abuse.

Teacher fired after allegedly knocking out 7th-grader

A school superintendent in Beaumont, Texas, told HLN Thursday that the district is investigating an incident in which a disagreement over favorite football teams led to an assistant teacher allegedly striking a student with his fist, knocking him out

Texas Rangers hire Bengie Molina as first base coach, catching instructor

The Texas Rangers have hired Bengie Molina as their new first base coach and catching instructor.

Texans cut safety, Ed Reed

According to ESPN Central Texas, the Houston Texans have cut safety, Ed Reed.

Houston man pleads guilty to producing, distributing child porn

A Houston man pleaded guilty Thursday, November 7, to producing and distributing child pornography, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson, Southern District of Texas.

Who is Pfc. Clarence Merriott, and why was his Purple Heart for sale?

Mixed in with costume jewelry and trinkets was a gold and purple heart-shaped medal bearing the image of George Washington.

Cold spell to grip most of U.S.

 Bundle up; it's about to get chilly.