Statewide News

VIDEO: TX nuns rooting on the Spurs

It all comes down to Thursday night. The San Antonio Spurs take on the Miami Heat in game seven of the NBC Finals. A group of unlikely Spurs fans are calling on a higher power to help them win.

Louisiana rapper Lil Snupe killed in Winnfield

A Louisiana-based rapper was shot killed last night in Winnfield, La.

TX officer shoots dog after warrant

A Texas family is demanding action after they say a police officer shot their dog while trying to serve a warrant.

Adoption registry reconnects adoptees with biological families

Adoptees and birth families who wish to reconnect with, or find information about, their biological families can easily join the Adoption Reunion Voluntary Registry through the Department of Children and Family Services' (DCFS) website.

Homicide investigation underway in 5 year old's death

On June 16, 2013, around 1:30 PM, our officers were dispatched to a medical roll at 733 Carollwood Village Apt. 113, in Terrytown.

Texas Gov. Rick Perry extends drought emergency in most of state

Texas Gov. Rick Perry has renewed a drought emergency in more than 200 counties throughout the state, authorizing "all necessary measures" be implemented to aid response efforts.

By the Numbers: Juneteenth

Juneteenth is the oldest known U.S. celebration of the end of slavery. Many African-Americans mark the anniversary much like the Fourth of July, with parties, picnics and gathering with family and friends.

TX residents raising stink over human waste fertilizer

A fight over recycled human waste being used as fertilizer is causing more than a stink in Texas. It's pitting farmers against homeowners worried about their property values.

VIDEO: Stranded suv hit twice in TX, 4 killed

Emergency personnel came out in force after an unbelievable three-vehicle crash in Tarrant County, Texas left four people dead.

Gov. Perry hosts CT gun manufacturers luncheon

Texas Governor Rick Perry visited Connecticut monday to woo gun manufacturers and other businesses to relocate to the "Lone Star State." But, he wasn't the only governor making a pitch.