Statewide News

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.

The sun will set looking like a fingernail during partial eclipse

The cosmos will cast an afternoon delight over the country on Thursday with a partial solar eclipse. The moon will clip the sun, making it look like a fingernail as it sets in the west for most of the country and Canada.

Corpus Christi men convicted in illegal deer breeding operation

The latest chapter in a decade long series of criminal and wildlife disease investigations involving a former South Texas deer breeder ended recently when a Corpus Christi area couple pleaded guilty to 50 charges of Unlawful Possession and/or S

Corpus Christi man sentenced on child pornography charges

John Lincoln Hoblit, 58, of Corpus Christi, has been ordered to prison following his conviction of possession of child pornography, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson. Hoblit pleaded guilty Aug. 20, 2014.

Ebola patient's dog, Bentley, tests negative for virus

Dallas officials report that Nina Pham's dog, Bentley, was tested for Ebola and the results indicated negative for the virus.

Four Laredoans arrested in money laundering conspiracy

Four residents of Laredo have been arrested and charged in a previously sealed indictment for allegedly conspiring to operate an unlicensed money transmitting business among other offenses, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson.

Ebola: New guidelines

(NBC News) The Centers for Disease Control has issued new guidelines for health care workers treating Ebola patients.

Ebola patients must knock before entering ER

A Texas hospital is taking extra precaution due to concerns over the Ebola virus. Baylor Medical Center at Frisco has locked the emergency room door and put a sign up asking people to knock.

Ebola doctor: Duncan too sick to save

The Dallas doctor who treated all three Ebola patients is speaking about the deadly virus and his team's response to the crisis.

Suspect in seven deaths served a 5 year sentence as a sex offender in Texas

The mayor of Gary, Indiana says that a man who confessed to killing one woman and led police to the bodies of six others in northwestern Indiana had been convicted of sex crimes in Texas.

Governor Perry releases statement on 43 Texans being removed from active Ebola monitoring

Gov. Rick Perry today released the following statement after 43 Texans were cleared from a 21-day monitoring period following their contact with the state's first Ebola patient:

43 individuals cleared from Ebola monitoring

A group of 43 people in Texas who had contact with the state's first Ebola patient have been cleared from twice-daily monitoring after reaching the 21-day mark, the longest incubation period for the disease.

Secretary of State reminds Texans about Early Voting

Beginning Monday, Oct. 20, qualified Texas voters will have the opportunity to vote early in the November 4 General Election. Early Voting runs through Friday, Oct. 31.