Injured Texas Ranger undergoes surgery on Wednesday

An off-duty accident on Monday has caused serious injury to a Texas Ranger, stationed out of Waco.

City planners discuss adding more bike routes in Central Texas

For the past three days, the Metropolitan Planning Organization of McLennan County has been holding community meetings regarding the addition of more bicycle lanes. The targeted areas for placement are Hewitt, Lacy Lakeview, and Waco.

Aldi opens first Waco store

On Thursday, Feb. 28, select assortment discount grocer ALDI will offer Waco shoppers a smarter alternative as it opens its first area store, located at 1220 North Valley Mills Drive in Waco.

TX school discusses ban on cheerleaders' religious banners

Cheerleaders in one Texas town say they are fighting for their faith. They were writing scripture on signs for the football players until someone filed a suit.

20 New Culinary Competitors Brave "Hell's Kitchen"

Award-winning chef Gordon Ramsay welcomes 20 new competitors on the 11th season premiere of HELL’S KITCHEN airing Tuesday, March 12 on FOX.

Legendary pianist, East Texan Van Cliburn dies at 78

Renowned classical pianist Van Cliburn died of bone cancer Wednesday at his home in Fort Worth, Texas, his publicist said. He was 78. Cliburn was born in Shreveport, Lousiana, before moving to Kilgore, Texas at the age of six.

Baby dies from fall into pond in Falls County on Sunday

A baby, who fell into a stock pond in Falls County last Sunday has died. The child was pronounced dead at the hospital on Monday.

Pimps hit social networks to recruit underage sex workers

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- It started with a Facebook "friend" request. "I was just, 'oh, he's cute, I'll accept him,'" a 22-year-old called "Nina" recalls.

The Who to return for makeup concert -- 33 years later

PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island (CNN) -- The hottest ticket in town these days is for the Who's Quadrophenia and More Tour concert on Tuesday night at the Dunkin' Donuts Center in downtown Providence, Rhode Island.

Big parts coming off U.S. ship on reef

(CNN) -- Big parts are coming off a former U.S. Navy minesweeper that became stuck on a Philippine reef in January. Salvage crews have removed the funnel, or smokestack, and mast from the former USS Guardian, the Philippine coast guard reports.