Statewide News

Lower Rio Grande Basin study shows shortfall in future water supply

Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Michael L.

Flu season hitting stride in December; Valley experiencing high number of cases

Flu season arrived in full force this December. The level of of flu-like illness currently stands as "high" in Texas, according to the Department of State Health Services.

Texas Parks & Wildlife offering Holiday gifts for the Outdoorsman on your list

With the holidays around the corner, families everywhere are in the midst of their Christmas shopping for the important people in their lives.

Congressman Cuellar reports 700,000 Texans received rebate through the Affordable Care Act

Congressman Henry Cuellar (DTX-28) announced that approximately 726,200 consumers in Texas received an average rebate of approximately $95 per family because of new rules under the Affordable Care Act in 2013.

Victim of "Affluenza" teen now "minimally responsive"

The family of a teenager who killed four people in a DWI crash could face a multi-million dollar lawsuit. Ethan Couch avoided jail time, having been sentenced to 10 years probation.

TEA identifies Valley schools to receive additional federal funding for instructional improvement

The Texas Education Agency (TEA) has identified Title I schools and charters eligible for additional federal funding to strengthen performance on its campuses.

Questions surround judge in 'Affluenza' case

A Texas teen kills four people in a drunken driving crash and a judge gives him 10 years probation. It's a case that's sparked outrage all over the nation with many questioning the judge's decision, Jason Whitley reports.

New canine teams join DPS crime fighting efforts

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) graduated five troopers and canines from an eight-week training program.

TX Attorney General secures privacy protections for members of

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott secured privacy protections for members of national dating service

Canyon State Natural Area to offer special holiday site openings

Texans looking to experience the beauty and adventure of the Texas Hill Country will have more opportunities to visit and explore Government Canyon State Natural Area in west Bexar County during the upcoming Christmas holidays and throughout th

Coyote runs loose at Houston airport

Pilots called for help after they spotted a coyote running around loose at Houston's airport Wednesday. Officials chased him across several runways, before he eventually escaped under the fence.

Family outraged over drunken driving probation

A 16 year-old drunk driver who killed four people won't serve a day in jail. The victim's families are outraged, Todd Unger has the story from Fort Worth, Texas.

Ice falling off the roof of a Dallas resort's main entrance

While Texas is slowly warming up after the weekend massive ice storm, a new concern has emerged for pedestrians and drivers alike, falling ice.

Zeta cartel member convicted in conspiracy to smuggle firearms into Mexico

Richard John Medina aka “El Guero,” 40, of Laredo, has entered a plea of guilty to being a felon in possession of multiple firearms and grenades, announced United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson.

U.S. Supreme Court hears Texas’ challenge to EPA’s unlawful cross-state air pollution rule

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott issued the following statement regarding today’s U.S.