Elon Musk's SpaceX sued for labor violations

Elon Musk's SpaceX, the private space launch provider, is being sued by former employees who say they weren't allowed to take breaks, weren't paid overtime, and that the company failed to give them enough warning before a big round of layoffs.

Pilot's false arm falls off as he lands passenger plane

It's probably one of the more unusual incidents air traffic investigators have looked into, but the good news is that when a pilot's prosthetic arm fell off during landing, no one got hurt. The 46-year-old pilot lost control in dark and windy co

Bell County DA's office introduces online document filing

The Bell County District Attorney's office has gone virtual with their new E-Discovery portal.

Woodstock at 45: Still stardust, still golden

Officially billed as The Woodstock Music and Art Fair, An Aquarian Exposition, the festival that came to be known, simply, as Woodstock is the stuff of legend. Friday marks the 45th anniversary of Woodstock, which took place from August 15-18, 196

Houston man gets 40 years for sex trafficking of children

Tevon Harris aka “Da Kidd” and “King Kidd,” 22, of Houston, will be spending the next 40 years in prison as a result of his convictions on two counts of trafficking children under 18 for commercial sex, announced United

Deputies discover $80,000 worth of cocaine after routine traffic stop

Deputies in Hill county got a big surprise when a routine traffic stop led to the discovery of a large amount of cocaine.

Waco man sentenced to federal prison for smuggling Mexican drug cartel money

A Waco man arrested in Lorena back in 2010, was sentenced to federal prison after he pleaded guilty to smuggling U.S. currency for a Mexican drug cartel.

Waco man sentenced to prison for possession of pipe bomb

A Waco man has been sentenced to 12 months and one day in prison Wednesday after previously pleading guilty to possession of an unregistered firearm.

310,000 may be dropped from their healthcare coverage by September

Over 300,000 individuals who enrolled in a healthcare plan through the Affordable Care Act could lose their coverage come the end of September if they fail to provide the proper documentation demonstrating legal residency, according to the Obama ad

McLane Stadium hiring fair takes place this Saturday

SAVOR is pleased to announce additional part-time concession positions have been added at McLane Stadium. All interested applicants are invited to attend the hiring fair this Saturday, August 16, from 9 a.m.