Statewide News

CCA issues stay of execution for Rodney Reed


Perry attorneys challenge amended indictment

An amended indictment against Rick Perry is "woefully deficient" and should be rejected because it fails to allege a crime was committed when the former governor vetoed funds to the Travis County district attorney's office nearly

'Military Saves Week' to encourage financial freedom

Security Service Federal Credit Union is helping those who serve our country by educating them on ways to save for the future.

$5,000 reward offered for wanted Texas counselor

Texas Department of Public Safety Officers have added a 25-year-old woman to the Most Wanted Fugitive list and are offering a $5,000 reward for information on her whereabouts.

Conjoined twins separated successfully at Texas Children's Hospital

Two 10 month-old girls born conjoined, are now separated after a very delicate surgery and miracle procedure. It was performed by the doctors at Texas Children's Hospital, Haley Hernandez reports.

Defense rests in 'American Sniper' trial

The defense rested its case Thursday in the trial of the man accused of killing Chris Kyle, subject of the hit film "American Sniper," and Kyle's friend at a Texas firing range two years ago.

Health Check February 20th

For your Friday Health Check, no matter how healthy we eat, our diets are getting worse instead of better.  And, why  new proposed federal nutrition guide lines no longer recommend people limit their intake of dietary cholesterol.

Lawmakers: Toying With DHS Funding a Risky Game

If Congress fails to fund the Department of Homeland Security beyond next week, it will not only tell the world that the U.S.

3 officers shot serving warrant in Corpus Christi

Three Corpus Christi SWAT officers were shot Thursday morning while serving a warrant on a suspected drug house. All three officers were taken to a local hospital with arm and leg injuries. one has already been released.

Analysis: Taking Lobbyists' Money, Ignoring Their Calls

Visiting hours for taxpayer-supported lobbyists might be limited at Konni Burton’s Senate office, but the bank window was open to them when she was collecting campaign contribution

Texas Parks Hoping for a Funding Boost

Garner State Park, 1,800 acres of Hill Country with a spring-fed river and numerous hiking trails, is the most visited Texas state park. Incredibly popular with campers and boaters, it drew more than 275,000 people in 2013. 

Austin gay couple becomes first to wed in Texas


High School Seniors who fail exams may still graduate

  The roughly 28,000 public high school seniors who still need to pass a state exam to get their diplomas this May could get a lifeline from Texas legislators.