Statewide News

Tee up for free golf on Father's Day

Attention all DADS! DADS, the new comedy premiering this fall on FOX, is offering fathers free golf at participating golfing facilities across the country this Father’s Day! The closest location to the ArkLaTex is Top Golf in Dallas, TX.

New Louisiana law aims to improve treatment of at-risk youth

Tuesday, Governor Bobby Jindal signed legislation that will allow for the proactive treatment of youth—termed “crossover youth”—who are involved in both the child welfare and juvenile justice systems.

Gov. Perry adds abortion, juvenile capital felony issues to 'Special Session' call

Gov. Rick Perry today expanded the special session call to include: Legislation relating to the regulation of abortion procedures, providers and facilities.

VIDEO: 3 injured in TX house explosion

At least three people were hurt in a house explosion in Texas Tuesday morning. You are looking at what is left of the home in Dobbin. That's about an hour south of Houston

Louisiana man among three drowning victims in Gulf Shores area; beaches closed to public

A Louisiana man is among three individuals who drowned during separate incidents in Alabama. They occurred within a 24-hour period, prompting a beach closure.

BREAKING: UIL passes amendment limiting full-contact football practice

Limiting full-contact practice during the football season is one more step to becoming reality.

$27,500 gun hits targets at 1,000 yards

A new company in Texas is selling a precision rifle with a unique technology that allows even an inexperienced shooter to hit a target 10 football fields away. The price tag is a staggering $27,500.

Autopsy confirms body found in bayou is that of missing Louisiana teacher

The decomposed body found this weekend in a Louisiana bayou was identified Monday as that of a teacher missing for three months, the New Orleans Police Department said.

BREAKING: Shooting at TX Army fort in San Antonio

(UPDATE 4:20 p.m.): According to CNN, San Antonio police officers searched surrounding areas near Ft.

A Louisiana man pleads guilty to wildlife violations in East Texas

Louisiana Man Guilty of Negligent Transportation of Wildlife in East Texas A Shreveport, LA man has pleaded guilty to federal wildlife violations in East Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today, June 10, 2013.