Statewide News

Dogs looking for homes after puppy mill rescue

Several East Texas dogs are still looking for good homes after a puppy mill bust last week in Marshall. Kay Hill with the Harrison County Humane Society says about 65 dogs were recovered off the property on Driskell Bridge Road.

Independence Bowl renews SEC ties

The AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl will renew its ties with the Southeastern Conference, according to local Independence Bowl officials.

Governor Jindal signs law expanding in-state tuition eligibility for military

BATON ROUGE – Governor Bobby Jindal signed legislation today to expand eligibility for members of the military to receive in-state tuition at Louisiana colleges and universities. The legislation – HB 435 by Rep.

Texas teen wanted for murder of 15-year-old

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is asking for the public’s help in finding a woman wanted in connection with the March 17 murder of a teenager in Ennis (Ellis County).

Governor Jindal signs laws to enhance ethics enforcement

BATON ROUGE – Governor Bobby Jindal signed three bills today to enhance the state’s system for administering and enforcing ethics rules and campaign finance laws.

Same-sex ceremony on Louisiana Army post draws fire

A same-sex ceremony between an enlisted woman and a civilian woman on a U.S. Army post last month drew protests from lawmakers Thursday.

Texas Gun range offers kids' birthday parties

LEWISVILLE, TX --- A new gun range being built in Texas has set its target on kids. The 24-lane indoor firing range is under construction in Lewisville.

UTEP student falls into Colorado River, declared missing

MOAB, UT — A student from The University of Texas at El Paso is missing after he fell into the Colorado River at the Gold Bar recreation area near Moab, Utah, on Wednesday afternoon.

Study: Most recent high school grads not in college don't have full-time job

High school seniors just tossed their graduation caps into the air, and are now making plans to start the next phase in their lives. For many, that involves college, but others choose alternate paths.

Man bites flesh from another man’s face during series of violent attacks

SCOTT, LA — A fugitive on an alleged drug-binge is accused of committing a series of violent attacks over the weekend that involved several different law enforcement agencies in the Acadiana area.