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North Korea vows end to nonaggression pacts after U.N. vote

North Korea on Friday responded to tougher sanctions from the U.N. Security Council with another barrage of vitriol, repeating a vow to ditch all nonaggression pacts with the South.

Malaysia rejects clan leader's call for cease-fire in Sabah as death toll rises

A Philippine clan leader's bizarre attempt to revive the territorial claims of a defunct Islamic sultanate on the island of Borneo appears to be falling apart. With his followers engaged in a deadly game of cat and mouse with Malaysian security fo

Furloughs bite for customs workers

The U.S. government on Thursday notified 60,000 federal workers responsible for securing borders and facilitating trade that they will face furloughs due to government-wide spending cuts.

Asteroid to fly past Earth this weekend

An asteroid the size of a city block will pass by Earth this weekend, but have no fear: There's no danger of it hitting our planet.

Navasota house fire kills elderly man

Now that the flames are out and the smoke has cleared, ashes and rubble are all that remain of this home off Chinski Street in Navasota.

Bryan fire destroys mobile home

A fire Wednesday destroys a mobile home in Bryan. The fire happened at a home off Eureka Street in north Bryan.

20 fun and useful new mobile apps

With a flood of new mobile apps seemingly hitting the market every day, it's sometimes hard to keep up with everything that's out there.

Waco man indicted for February late night rampage in Hooters parking lot

A grand jury has handed down an indictment, charging a Waco man with aggravated assault and endangering a child.

Code Maroon issued at Texas A&M

Texas A&M University police are investigating a campus-wide bomb threat for Friday, March 8. The written threat was discovered this morning in the bathroom of a campus facility and an investigation was immediately launched.

Two rabies cases confirmed in Gatesville

Residents of Gatesville are on alert after two confirmed cases of rabies have popped up. On March 1st, Gatesville Animal Control officers shot and killed a rabid skunk fighting with dogs in a resident's yard.