Statewide News

Gov. Jindal: U.S. Department of Justice trying to muzzle parents

The U.S. Department of Justice filed a brief yesterday claiming that parents do not have a “right” to intervene in in the Obama Administration’s lawsuit against Louisiana’s school choice program.

Central Texas police seek missing disabled woman

The Killeen Police Department is investigating the report of a missing person and is asking the community and surrounding areas of the state if anyone has seen an elderly female who has not been heard from by her family since October 11.

VIDEO: Dallas brewery under fire for beer slogan

A Dallas brewery was trying to get the word out about one of its brews, so it came up with what was thought to be a catchy slogan. But, the idea backfired when the ad campaign came under fire online.

VIDEO: South East Texas 5-year-old shoots, kills self while baby sitter slept

Melissa Ringhardt, 19, is in the Orange County jail charged with endangering a child. This, after she told authorities she left a gun accessible to 5 year-old John Allen Read, whom she was baby-sitting Monday, Angel San Juan has more.

BAYLOR STUDY: Supernatural experiences trigger religious donations

People who have had what they believe to be supernatural experiences are more likely to be “religious givers,” with their behavior based on cost-benefit principles that work in other transactions — whether that be through Amaz

New Orleans Soldier who died in military vehicle accident identified

Fort Hood officials have released the name of a Soldier who died from injuries suffered from a military vehicle accident October 18.

Texas Safe Schools Week: Districts and charters reminded of state's fingerprinting requirements

As part of Texas Safe Schools Week (Oct.

"See Something, Send Something" mobile application released

The Louisiana State Analytical and Fusion Exchange (LA-SAFE) is promoting a smartphone application called See Something Send Something.

Louisiana police department liability insurance dropped after speeding incidents unveiled

As of November 19, the Sorrento Police Department will no longer be covered by their liability insurance provider, according to Sorrento Mayor Mike Lambert.

Texas Governor Rick Perry speaks at WATEC Israel 2013