Statewide News

Houston bakery offers Pumpecapple Piecake, 3 different pies baked in 3 different cakes

Can't decide which pies or cakes to serve for Thanksgiving dinner? Now you can have six different options in one dessert! You're looking at the Pumpecapple Piecake.

Family celebrates Christmas early for their son who has stage 4 cancer

For one family in Texas, Christmas has come early.

Texas Land Commissioner challenges Denton frack ban in court

Texas Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson wasted no time in challenging an unconstitutional ban on hydraulic fracturing approved by Denton voters Tuesday. By 7:51 a.m.

Governor Perry makes first court appearance in public corruption case

Texas Governor Rick Perry made his first court appearance after being indicted on felony abuse of power charges. The charges stem from a veto threat to nix state funding for public corruption prosecutors.

Texas reaches Ebola monitoring endpoint

The last person being monitored in connection with the state’s three diagnosed Ebola patients will be cleared from twice-daily monitoring by the end of the day Friday after reaching the 21-day mark, the longest incubation period for the d

Gov. Perry makes first court appearance on felony charges

Indicted Texas Gov. Rick Perry has made his first court appearance on felony abuse of power charges, sitting largely stoically through heated arguments from lawyers.

Dept. of Agriculture honors 82 Historic farms and ranches

The Texsa Department of Agriculture honored 82 farms and ranches across 61 counties at the 39th Annual Family Land Heritage ceremony today.

Watch Live NOW: Gov. Perry Abuse of Power Trial

Texas Governor Rick Perry is in court at this time as he is facing abuse of power charges. Last year, the head of the state's Public Integrity Unit, Rosemary Lehmberg, was convicted of drunk driving.

TX Legislature to determine funding amount for State Proposition 1

Voters in Texas yesterday sent a clear message that road improvements are very important for economic development, safety and quality of life.

Jury convicts Austin doctor and unlicensed physician’s assistant of health care fraud

Dr. Dennis B. Barson Jr., 44, and his medical clinic administrator, Dario Juarez, 54, have been convicted on all counts as charged in a conspiracy to defraud Medicare of $2.1 million in less than two months, announced U.S.

UTRGV President Bailey recommends “Vaquero” as athletic nickname

In a El Paso meeting today with the UT System's Board of Regent's Academic Affairs UTRGV President Guy Bailey recommended the school's athletic name and school colors.

U. S./TX Representative District Races in the Valley

Election results are expected after 7 p.m. with updates continuing through the night.

Texas election results - November 2014

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Texas 10 Most Wanted fugitive, sex offender arrested

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) today announced that two individuals on Texas 10 Most Wanted lists were captured recently. Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offender Benjamin Klamm Jr., 45, was arrested on Oct.

TX Task Force on Infectious Disease recommends guidelines for health care workers

Gov. Rick Perry today announced the Texas Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response has recommended guidelines for the monitoring of health care workers and others returning to Texas from Ebola-endemic areas in West Africa.