Do you understand Obamacare?

Obamacare has been a hot topic since launching last week, so we wanted to know do resident actually understand obamacare and what it does?  

Senate passes Cornyn Bill to reinstate death benefits for families of fallen troops, now awaits Obama's signature

Thursday, the Senate passed H.J.Res. 91, the Honoring the Families of Fallen Soldiers Act. Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) called up the bill in the Senate and succeeded in passing it.

ETX home destroyed after Wednesday night fire

An East Texas home was destroyed after catching fire late Wednesday night.

PERRY: Prop. 6 necessary to meet Texas water needs

Governor Rick Perry today visited the construction site for the Lake Texoma Pipeline Extension Project to highlight the importance of new water infrastructure projects in meeting Texas’ water needs.

Senator Hegar named 'Defender of Freedom' by NRA

The Glenn Hegar Campaign announced today that the NRA Institute for Legislative Action presented Senator Hegar with the coveted 'Defender of Freedom' award.

Saving babies one crib at a time

Dr. Wendi Palermo’s motto: “Saving Babies – One Crib at a Time.”

Art exhibit to be held next week

“When Inspiration Strikes,” an art exhibit by Kendra Northover, will be up in Northwestern State University’s Gallery 2 Oct. 14-18 with a reception from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15.

Ohio Ariel Castro suicide

The two Ohio prison guards responsible for checking on imprisoned Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro "did not timely perform" required rounds, the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction said Thursday.

DHH recommends certain drinking water systems to increase chlorine residual levels, monitoring by 25%

Officials with the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals announced today that they are monitoring certain public drinking water systems to determine if they have residual chlorine levels of 0.5 milligrams per liter throughout their distr

South Dakota blizzard kills, buries cows; shutdown leaves ranchers in the cold

Like in a scene from an apocalyptic parable, dark carcasses of cows and steers lie motionless in silent clusters across swaths of South Dakota.