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Tuesday, January 27, 2015 - 2:45pm

Statewide News

Regulators Pan Study on Methane Gas in Wells

Texas regulators say they put little stock in recent research suggesting that poorly drilled gas wells are allowing methane to seep into a North Texas aquifer, and will not re-examine the high-profile contamination case.

Texas A&M may name building after Rick Perry


Roswell police lend a helping hand

A Roswell, New Mexico father faced a tough decision - to steal baby formula or let his child starve.

Sex offender Santa

Police were called to a Baytown, Texas fast food restaurant after a registered sex offender was found playing the role of Santa Claus inside.

Murray has surgery on fractured hand

Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray had surgery today to repair a broken bone in his hand.

Elderly man tasered during Texas traffic stop

At 76-years-old, Pete Vasquez stands just five-feet-five-inches tall and weighs a slight 145 pounds. Now he is at the center of a police dash cam video that is causing outrage in Victoria, Texas.

Brenham Synagogue moving to Austin, and a new life


Caught on Cam: Cops to the rescue

Police officers have been in the spotlight lately for some questionable behavior caught on camera. But two Tukwila, Washington police officers were caught on camera doing a very good thing: saving a man's life.

State Law Could Short-Circuit Battery Breakthrough

Texas’ largest power line company says it has found a way to quickly revolutionize the state’s electrical grid, making it more reliable and friendlier to renewable energy without driving up consumer costs.

2015 Inaugural Committee Leadership Announced


Analysis: The court of public opinion, revisited

    It has been eight years since Tom DeLay left Congress under a legal cloud.

New Math Standards a Hurdle for Some Students and Teachers in Texas

Alison Howell was shocked when she noticed that her third-grade daughter was failing math after just six weeks of class.

20 undocumented aliens, 500 pounds of marijuana seized seized by Border Patrol

Border Patrol agents near Deming, New Mexico made a huge bust Thursday after they were able to intercept a stolen truck, 28 illegal border crossers and 500 pounds of marijuana near the Mexico border after a dramatic desert chase.

Judge Allows Texas' Ban on Same-Sex Marriage to Continue

A judge on Friday declined to lift a stay that is preventing same-sex marriage in Texas.