Statewide News

Start 2015 with a First Day Hike at Wyler Aerial Tramway

Don’t procrastinate on your New Year’s resolution to drop a few pounds and adopt a healthier lifestyle. Head outdoors and hit the trail on January 1 at one of the dozens of Texas state parks hosting First Day Hikes.

Ndamukong Suh suspended for playoff game against Dallas

According to ESPN's Chris Mortensen, Ndamukong Suh will be suspended for the the Lions first round playoff game against the Cowboys.

Analysis: Skill or Luck, It Has Worked for Perry

Rick Perry is very good at politics. It does not matter if he made you crazy, if you disagreed with him, if you thought he was the best person ever to serve, whatever.

Cowboys finish season undefeated on road at 8-0

Maybe the Cowboys should have lost the final game of the regular season. Maybe it would be better if Dallas was playing on the road in the playoffs.

At health ministries, caring means sharing the bills

    DALLAS — Erica and Lance Beiler have found an alternative to federally mandated insurance, but it required a leap of faith.

Texas budget writer to help Mongolia with its finances

 

Texas Budget Writer to Help Mongolia With Its Finances

Early next year, John Barton will step off a plane and look out over the snow-capped foothills surrounding the Mongolian capital of Ulaanbaatar.

As Kolkhorst moves up, another election is nigh

 

Old Ruling Keeps Counties From Mineral Rights

South Texas counties scrambling for money to repair roads damaged by heavy trucks carrying oil field equipment have run into a roadblock: the state itself.

Gay marriage ban on precarious legal ground

 

One fired, three sent home as 21CT fallout widens

 

Analysis: The tax that consumers are ignoring

 

A push to award a degree to a symbol of injustice

 

As statewide smoking ban stalls, cities go it alone

 

Central Texas meteorologist on the mend

An intense manhunt continues in central Texas following following the shooting of KCEN meteorologist Patrick Crawford.