Statewide News

Report: Manziel meets with NCAA investigators, denies taking money for autographs

According to an ESPN report, Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel spent his Sunday fielding questions from NCAA investigators regarding allegations from autograph brokers that he profited from his signature.

BIG 12 NEWS: Texas Tech kicks off 2013 season at SMU

The Texas Tech Red Raiders and first-year head coach, Kliff Kingsbury, will kick off their 2013 season against SMU, Friday.

BIG 12 NEWS: ETX native, OK State OL out for season with torn ACL

Nacogdoches native and current Oklahoma State offensive lineman, Devin Davis, is out for the season after tearing his ACL.

Louisiana observes annual voter registration week

If you are not registered to vote, unsure if you are registered, or need to update your registration information, stop by one of these area locations during Louisiana's annual Voter Registration Week.

TxDOT announces testing of app to help college students find sober rides home

As the fall semester welcomes back college students across the state, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will partner with three universities to test a new Facebook-integrated app designed to help students plan ahead for a sober rid

Police: 8-year-old shoots, kills elderly caregiver after playing video game

An 8-year-old Louisiana boy intentionally shot and killed his elderly caregiver after playing a violent video game, authorities say.

Jindal 'rejects' Obama impeachment calls from fellow Republicans

Republican lawmakers who suggest there are grounds to impeach President Barack Obama are focusing their energy in the wrong direction, Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana said on Sunday.

Police: 8-year old intentionally kills his grandmother

Investigators believe an 8-year-old boy intentionally shot and killed his 90-year-old grandmother on Thursday evening after playing a violent video game.

Home Owners Association bans a Texas neighborhood from having chalk drawings on their sidewalks

Using colorful sidewalk chalk to decorate a driveway is a great summertime activity. However, in one Texas neighborhood these drawings come with the risk of a hefty fine.

Prison or death for Nidal Hasan? It's up to the jury now

 The only question left for the jury considering the case of Army Maj. Nidal Hasan is whether he will live or die for targeting Afghanistan-bound soldiers in one of the largest mass killings of military personnel on a post on U.S.