Statewide News

Vice President Biden to remain in Houston as son is evaluated at hospital

Vice President Joe Biden will spend Wednesday in Houston, according to his office, as his son Beau continues to undergo medical evaluations after feeling weak and disoriented on a family vacation last week.

Texas killer nurse Genene Jones set to walk free

HOUSTON (CNN) -- Back in 1982, Chelsea McClellan -- just 15 months old -- needed immunizations. It was routine stuff, so Chelsea's mother took her to a local clinic in Kerrville, Texas.

Hasan trial: Day 11, 89 witnesses later

After 11 days of testimony from 89 witnesses, the government has rested its case in the case of U.S. vs. Nidal M. Hasan. Judge Tara Osborn began the day reviewing the witness lsit form the defense.

TX woman arrested for voting multiple times in 2012 run-off election

Sonia Leticia Solis, 54, has been charged with voting more than once in connection with the 2012 primary runoff election held in Cameron County on July 31, 2012, United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson announced today.

DPS offering $3,000 reward for 'Most Wanted Sex Offender,' could be in East Texas

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has added Doug Otis Sims, 32, to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offenders list, and a cash reward up to $3,000 is now being offered for information leading to his capture.

Governor Perry responds to HHS promoting 'Obamacare' with video contest

Governor Rick Perry today issued the following statement on Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius’ visit to Houston to promote Obamacare:

Senator Cruz releases birth certificate after questions rise about presidential eligibility

As Ted Cruz's profile has skyrocketed in the last year-thanks to his election to the U.S.

Border Patrol seizes 9 tons of marijuana in 2 days

Nine tons of marijuana was intercepted in the Valley during August 15th and 16th. On Thursday, Border Patrol agents spotted a loaded pickup truck heading away from the river.

Texas mom not happy with store's "No Kids" policy

A Texas mom is not happy after a store said her daughter wasn't welcome. Turns out the business actually posted a sign that said, "No Children Please."

Governor Perry announces new Texas Water Development Board members

Governor Rick Perry announced Friday that Carlos Rubinstein, Bech Bruun, and Mary Ann Williamson will serve as the new full-time, three member bard of the Texas Water Development Board to House Bill 4 of the 83rd Legislature Regular Session tha