Statewide News

State will now cover rape victim's hospital bills

Governor Bobby Jindal wants to make sure rape victims don't have to pay for their hospital bills.

Texas woman looking for justice after teen sister burned alive

Amanda Prince, a local Fort Bliss Army wife, says her relationship with her little sister Jessica Chambers was a typical one.

REPORT: Manziel to start this weekend

According to ESPN, Tyler native Johnny Manziel will start for the Cleveland Browns this weekend.

Former DHH worker gets 10 years in jail for stealing over $1M from Medicad

Today 19th Judicial District Court Judge Richard “Chip” Moore sentenced Deborah Crowder Loper to 10 years in prison, with five years suspended, for defrauding the state out of more than $1 million, announced Attorney General Buddy C

Gas dips below $2 in Texas

Gas prices fell below $2 a gallon at a station in San Antonio on Friday, making Texas the second U.S. state where prices have dipped that low this week.

Texas woman allegedly assaults husband with Molotov cocktail, hammer

A Waco woman was arrested Thursday on aggravated assault, attempted arson, and criminal mischief charges after police say she tried to set her estranged husband on fire. Angela Alexandor, 33, is being held on $41,000 bond.

Cassidy, headed toward win, takes Election Day off

What's a Republican congressman with an all-but-certain Senate seat in his pocket to do on Election Day? If you're Louisiana Rep. Bill Cassidy, you take a professional development course for your day job.

Cassidy, headed toward win, takes Election Day off

LAKE CHARLES, Louisiana (CNN) -- What's a Republican congressman with an all-but-certain Senate seat in his pocket to do on Election Day?