Statewide News

Immigration support groups rally against federal immigration lawsuit

The Equal Voice Network, a coalition of immigration support groups around the Rio Grande Valley, is let their voices be heard outside the Brownsville Federal Courthouse Thursday morning.

Shutting down the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas

They called themselves Slick, Thumper, Popeye and Stubby. Bam Bam, Dutch, Chopper. Colorful nicknames for some of the guys playing ball for the local weekend league? Not quite.

Dream Act Supporters Rally Against Repeal Efforts

With a new Texas legislative session underway and incoming state leaders indicating a desire to repeal the Texas Dream Act, supporters of the law are gearing up for a renewed fight to keep it in place.

USA schedules April meeting with Mexico in San Antonio

The U.S. Men's National Team will play its first game in the city of San Antonio, Texas, when it takes on longtime rival Mexico, presented by AT&T, at the Alamodome on Wednesday, April 15, at 7:30 p.m. CT.

Albuquerque police chase turns deadly

An Albuquerque, New Mexico police officer shot and killed a suspect Tuesday afternoon after the man fired at officers during a foot pursuit.

Harsher punishments could come for child abusers

Those convicted of child abuse could face tougher penalties in New Mexico if a bill is passed this legislative session.

Analysis: These voters were not looking for change

The conservatives knew when they put Scott Turner up against House Speaker Joe Straus that they were not going to

Sources say Garrett has accepted extension

The Dallas Cowboys and head coach Jason Garrett are close to a long-term deal, and reports out of Dallas is that deal is done.

Murder suspect from Mississippi shot by New Mexico State Police

New Mexico State Police Investigations Bureau is looking into an officer-involved shooting that happened on Monday, January 12 near Lordsburg.

Texas representative apologizes for tweet comparing Obama to Hitler

Texas Republican Rep. Randy Weber issued an apology Tuesday for his tweet Monday night comparing President Barack Obama and Adolf Hitler.

Texas soldier who recently traveled to West Africa dies, Ebola tests being conducted

Fort Hood officials are working with the Killeen, Texas, police department on the death of a Fort Hood Soldier who recently returned from West Africa.

The Brief: The Gavel Falls on the 84th Legislaturec

The Big Conversation

Comptroller Seldom Right on Oil Price Prediction

Wondering where oil prices will settle in the coming years? So are state officials and thousands of other Texans whose livelihoods are tied to that figure, which has plummeted in recent months.

It's Opening Day for the 84th Legislature

It takes a few weeks to get a legislative session rolling at full speed, but with Comptroller Glenn Hegar’s first official act out of the way, the 84th Legislature is ready to roll.

President Obama honors San Antonio Spurs

For a Chicago Bulls fan, President Obama had high praise Monday as he honored the San Antonio Spurs for their 2014 NBA World Championship.