Statewide News

Deer season underway in Texas

Well within the memory of many Texas Baby Boomers, some Hill Country schools used to give students a holiday on the first day of deer season.

Corpus Christi man admits to possessing more than 5 million pornographic images

Terry Lee Clark, 48, of Corpus Christi, has entered a guilty plea to possession of child pornography, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson.

Video of Dallas Cowboy running back Joseph Randle's arrest is released

Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle was flippant while being booked in the Frisco City Jail on shoplifting charges. Randle was arrested on October 13th, but Frisco police just released the video, J.D. Miles has the story.

Valley Congressmen announce season enrollment for the Affordable Care Act

Congressman Ruben Hinojosa, House Democratic Caucus Chairman Xavier Becerra, and Congressman Filemon Vela will meet tomorrow Thursday, October 30th to announce the new open enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act.

Texas A&M awarded grant to help reduce chronic diseases, promote healthier lifestyles

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service has been awarded a “Programs to Reduce Obesity in High-Obesity Areas” grant to support national efforts by the U.S.

Paraplegic man arrested for attempting to smuggle crystal meth at port of entry

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers caught a paraplegic man trying to smuggle more than a pound of crystal meth at the Presidio port of entry. Arturo Chavez Solis, 41, of Aldama, Chihuahua, Mexico was arrested last week.

ICE officers deport gang member wanted in Guatemala following his conviction for 2 murders

A Guatemalan gang member and fugitive, who is wanted in his home country following his conviction for two murders, was deported Monday by officers with U.S.

ICE in San Antonio deports Guatemalan gang member wanted for murders

Luis Ernesto Rodriguez was deported by ICE agents in San Antonio, Monday. 

Dallas nurse Amber Vinson is free of the Ebola virus

The second Dallas nurse who contracted Ebola is now free of the virus and will soon be heading home. Amber Vinson will be released from Emory University Hospital in Atlanta on Tuesday where she's been treated.

Straw purchasing and other charges sends Dallas LPR to federal prison

Martin Lopez-Villela, 51, a legal permanent resident of Dallas, has been ordered to prison for conspiracy to defraud, smuggling goods from the United States and making a false statement during the purchase of firearms, announced United States A

Coast Guardsman teaches water rescue to cub scouts in South Texas

A local Corpus Christi pack of Webelos had a special guest from the Coast Guard teach them water rescue techniques Tuesday night.

A potential Ebola case is reported in League City, Texas

A health facility in Texas is place under quarantine, due to a potential Ebola scare. Officials at Intermediate Medical Care, in League City, say they treated a patient who was showing Ebola like symptoms.

Group raises funds to help undocumented female immigrants being detained

Religious leaders are raising fund to help immigrant women and children who are being held in a detention facility sought of San Antonio. Paul Venema reports the money will be used to get the women out on bound.

Dallas nurse Nina Pham has been declared free of the Ebola virus

Dallas nurse Nina Pham has been declared free of the Ebola virus, the National Institutes of Health said Friday.