Statewide News

ETX copper thieves busted after pocket dialing 911

Lufkin — Two copper thieves are under arrest after accidentally dialing 911 early Wednesday morning.

Saudi student convicted in Texas bomb plot

A 20-year-old Saudi student in Texas has been convicted by an Amarillo federal jury of attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction.

Dice game argument leads to fatal shooting

BATON ROUGE, LA — A man died last night after being shot twice in the stomach.

Baton Rouge man surrenders to AG's Office for medicaid fraud

Baton Rouge—A Baton Rouge man surrendered to agents with the Louisiana Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit and has been charged with two felony counts of forgery and two felony counts of filing or maintaining false public

Explosion leaves Morgan City without power

Thousands of people are waking up in the dark in Morgan City after an explosion at the city's main power plant.

Hour-long foot chase ends in tased suspect; 2 officers hospitalized

Two officers were hospitalized Tuesday during an hour-long foot chase in Killeen. The chase began when officials were serving a warrant on Roel Reando Brown, 25, who was wanted for aggravated sexual assault.

Shreveport Farmers' Market continues to draw big crowds

The summer heat didn't keep shoppers away from the Shreveport Farmers' Market Tuesday afternoon. Hundreds turned out to buy everything from fresh fruits and produce to homemade salsa and jams.

Louisiana father won't face charges after infant dies in hot car

UPDATE: The death of an 11-month-old has a community shocked, and wondering why no charges have been filed. We spoke with the Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office, and they explained the situation.

Texas mom denies selling baby in ad

Dallas, TX -- Brittany Hill says it is hard to be locked away in jail, unable to see her infant son and even worse she says is being accused of trying to sell him for cash. "It is hurtful, it really is," Hill says.

Texas A&M buys Texas Wesleyan law school

Texas Wesleyan University has set the stage for Texas A&M University to purchase its School of Law and make Fort Worth the birthplace of Aggie law curriculum.