Statewide News

VIDEO: Estranged TX man arrested for murder of pregnant wife

Thursday, investigators searching for a missing, pregnant Texas woman pull a body from a creek in Harris County.

UCLA's Jim Mora 'committed to Bruins, not interested in Texas job'

According to media reports out of Los Angeles and Texas, the top candidate for the University of Texas head football coaching job, UCLA's Jim Mora, is committed to the Bruins and is not interested in the Texas job.

CBP officers bust woman attempting to smuggle meth at TX border

A 33-year-old woman from Wichita, Kansas is facing charges in connection with a failed meth smuggling attempt late on New Year's Day at the Bridge of the Americas international crossing in El Paso.

Reward raised to $20,000 for Texas Mexican Mafia gang member

The reward for Anthony Gonzales, 40, a Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitive and this month’s featured fugitive, has been increased to $20,000 for information leading to his capture if the tip comes in during the month of January.

Magpul firearms accessories moving headquarters to Texas

Firearm accessories manufacturer Magpul Industries has announced it is relocating its corporate headquarters from Colorado to Texas.

Infant's parents seek new law

PORT ARTHUR (KBMT) -- Olivia Marie Coats will be taken off life support at a Houston hospital Wednesday at just four days old. She was born December 28 at the Medical Center of Southeast Texas. Coats was born brain dead.

UPDATE: Former first lady Barbara Bush hospitalized

 Former first lady Barbara Bush has been hospitalized in Houston, Texas, for treatment of a "respiratory-related issue," a family spokesman said Tuesday.

Former doctor from ETX is brought back to Oklahoma to face murder charges

A former Oklahoma-based doctor has been brought back to the state to face murder charges. Police arrested William Valuck, 71, at his home in Texas on Friday.

Two men charged in shooting of Texas Game Warden

Two men have been arrested and charged in connection with the shooting of a Texas Parks and Wildlife Department game warden earlier this week.  

AAA Texas urges New Year's Eve participants to plan ahead

AAA Texas is urging those that celebrate on New Year's Eve with family and friends to plan for a safe evening ahead of time. If you plan to drink, plan not to drive.