Statewide News

TX Attorney General asks federal judge for Discovery to investigate Obama administration misrepresentation

The Texas Attorney General's Office today filed a motion for discovery after the Obama Administration admitted that tens of thousands of expanded work permits have already been issued to illegal immigrants, in contradiction to the facts the

Corpus Christi woman found guilty of tax evasion

Amber Wise has pleaded guilty to making a false statement on a tax return, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson.

Texas Agriculture Commissioner promoting School Breakfast Week

As part of an effort to encourage students to eat breakfast and increase participation in the School Breakfast Program, Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller is promoting School Breakfast Week (SBW) and efforts to serve healthy meals to Tex

Countdown to Opening Day: Rangers giveaways

Part of the ballpark experience is the nightly giveaways!

Attorney General Paxton responds to Obama administration request to stay Executive Amnesty ruling

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today filed a response with the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas in Brownsville opposing the Obama Administration’s motion to stay the court’s ruling on the President&

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department accepting applications for warden cadet class

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is building its next generation of elite state law enforcement officers with application to the 60th Texas Game Warden Cadet class now open through April 30.

Governor Abbott accepts Site Selection’s Governor’s Cup on behalf of State of Texas

Governor Greg Abbott today accepted the 2014 Governor’s Cup, an award given annually by Site Selection Magazine to recognize the top performing state for capital investment attraction in a season that lasts all year.

Missing 9 year-old and alleged abductor believed to be traveling to Mexico

The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children is asking for the public’s help to locate 9-year-old Christopher King Ponce, who was allegedly abducted by William Allen Borck, also known as William Stanley King, on Feb.

Coast Guard suspends search for missing kayaker in Galveston Bay

The Coast Guard suspended the search for the missing kayaker in Galveston Bay Monday, after exhausting search efforts through the weekend with partner agencies and other assistance.

Attorney General Paxton: Protect yourself from scammers

National Consumer Protection Week, runs March 1-7, and Texans are encouraged to protect themselves from scammers by learning more about the tactics and tricks that scammers use to defraud people from their hard-earned dollars.

FBI asking for public's help in search for wanted fugitive

The San Antonio Division of the FBI is seeking the public’s help in locating German Garcia Cano, 55, a San Antonio resident and Mexican national, who was convicted in October 2014 of one count of paying a bribe to an agent of an organizat

3 year-old suffers gunshot wound to the head

A young child was airlifted to the hospital after being shot in the head in northwest Harris County, according to Harris County Precinct 5 deputy constables.

Corpus man sentenced to prison for possessing more than 5 million child porn images

Terry Lee Clark, 48, of Corpus Christi, has been ordered to prison following his conviction of possession of child pornography, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson. Clark pleaded guilty Oct. 31, 2015.

Transgender student says he was removed from a "boys-only" school bus

A transgender high school student says he was kicked off a boys-only school bus. Now the student, his family and activists are demanding answers, Gary Cooper reports. Jayden Castillo/Transgender student, "Dad!"

Mother accused of pointing gun at teen's head during fight

A Texas mother is in trouble with the law after police say she got involved in an altercation between her daughter and another teen. A photo appears to show the mother pointing a gun at the other teen's head, Phillip Mena reports.