Statewide News

A slur or term of 'honor'? Controversy heightens about Washington Redskins

It's one of the NFL's bigger rivalries, the Cowboys vs. the Redskins.

Houston cantinas busted for human trafficking of young girls

Texas authorities bust a criminal organization in Houston for alleged human trafficking. The FBI and other agencies raided night clubs where they say young girls were locked up, beaten, and sold for sex.

Deion Sanders fired from Prime Prep Academy after abuse allegations

Co-founder of Prime Prep Academy and former NFL superstar, Deion Sanders, has been fired from the school following abuse allegations.

Former BU linebackers coach stripped of AD title at north Texas high school

According to Dallas media reports, a former Canton Eagles football coach, Baylor assistant and father of star quarterback, G.J. Kinne, has been stripped of his title as Athletic Director at Sherman High School.

PERRY: Prop. 6 necessary to meet Texas water needs

Governor Rick Perry today visited the construction site for the Lake Texoma Pipeline Extension Project to highlight the importance of new water infrastructure projects in meeting Texas’ water needs.

Senator Hegar named 'Defender of Freedom' by NRA

The Glenn Hegar Campaign announced today that the NRA Institute for Legislative Action presented Senator Hegar with the coveted 'Defender of Freedom' award.

TX 10 'Most Wanted Sex Offender' captured in Hays Co.

Reynaldo Ybarra Zamora, 59, a Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offender, is now in custody after being arrested on Tuesday in Hays County.

VIDEO: TX girl's dream comes true when she suits up with volleyball team

A Texas middle school volleyball team helped make a dream come true for an eighth grader with down syndrome. She stole the spotlight as she suited up to play for the very first time.

TX hunting, fishing license sales unavailable October 19-20

Texas hunting and fishing licenses cannot be purchased between 9:00 p.m., (CDT) Saturday, October 19 and 9:00 a.m., Sunday, October 20. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department licensing system will be down for maintenance.

DPS arrests 1,600 drunk drivers during holiday enforcement

Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) troopers made more than 1,600 DWI arrests during a special enforcement period recently, which included the Labor Day holiday.