Statewide News

Great Texas Roundup arrests begin tomorrow, March 1

Law enforcement agencies from more than 300 agencies across Texas will begin making arrests Saturday, March 1, as part of the 2014 Great Texas Warrant Roundup.

Bryan PD investigating series of robberies

Bryan Police need your help identifying the man they say is responsible for a rash of burglaries last weekend. Police say, on February 23, between 4:25 a.m. and 4:45 a.m., the following three buildings were broken into:

H-E-B showcases aisles and aisles of Texas-made products during two-week statewide Texfest celebration

 (SAN ANTONIO) – In honor of Texas Independence Day, H-E-B will celebrate the one-of-a-kind food, folks and products that make the Lone Star State unique during its annual two-week TexFest celebration, occurring in H-E-B stores state

Ted Nugent: The voice of America?

Ted Nugent sure knows how to stir controversy. The rock star turned provocateur has a history of making inflammatory statements, dating back to lyrics in songs such as "Jailbait" in his earlier days.

Police locate mother of baby left in trash bin

Police have located the 16-year-old mother of a newborn boy found in a Dumpster at a southeast Houston apartment complex Tuesday morning, authorities said.

Greg Abbott charges property restoration company with deceiving Texas homeowners

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott today charged an Austin-based residential construction contractor with deceiving Texas homeowners and misrepresenting funding sources available to pay for home repairs and restoration.

Leigh Steinberg to speak at Texas A&M about his career in sports

Sports agent Leigh Steinberg, the inspiration for Tom Cruise’s character in the movie “Jerry Maguire,” will speak at Texas A&M University on Friday (Feb. 28), sponsored by the Department of Health & Kinesiology.

Texas Rangers, Ron Washington agree to one year contract extension

According to the Executive Vice President of Communications for the Texas Rangers, John Blake, the Rangers and Ron Washington have agreed to a one year contract extension through 2015.

BBB Warning: ‘Cryptolocker’ is the latest breed of computer malware

CENTRAL TEXAS – Better Business Bureau (BBB) serving Central, Coastal, Southwest Texas and the Permian Basin is warning consumers of a malware program that accesses your personal computer and holds it hostage.

Who's ruling out a 2016 bid?

On CNN's "State of the Union," four governors were asked Sunday whether they want to rule out a presidential bid.