Judge removed in Hasan case

The judge in the military trial of Major Nidal Hasan has been removed from the case. The move which should get things rolling again in the three-year-old case.

Teenager pleads guilty to shooting GF in the head

A local teenager is awaiting punishment after pleading guilty to shooting his, then-15-year-old girlfriend in the head.

Waco ranks third of top ten cities with 'good credit scores'

The recession may have hit the U.S. by storm, but Central Texans aren't letting it stop them from having a noteworthy credit score.  

Killeen Police Department seeking reaccreditation

In an effort to better protect and serve you, the Killeen Police Department is voluntarily placing themselves under the microscope this week.

Texas A&M University to help students and visitors find parking

COLLEGE STATION, Texas— ParkMe, a leading provider of dynamic and real-time parking data, has partnered with Texas A&M University to launch a free iPhone app that provides users with comprehensive information about parking lots and garages in College

Suspect in Alaska murder tied to other killings

(CNN) -- A suspected serial killer has killed for the last time. Authorities say Israel Keyes, who was arrested and charged in the killing of an Alaskan barista, killed himself while in custody.

U.S. troops on Okinawa face strict new rules on alcohol

(CNN) -- The Marine general in charge of all U.S.

Law banning gay 'conversion therapy' put on hold by judge

(CNN) -- A federal judge has issued a temporary injunction on California's ban on "conversion" therapy -- a method some say can help turn a gay person straight.

U.S. loses Supreme Court property rights case

WASHINGTON  -- The Obama administration on Tuesday lost a Supreme Court fight over property rights that centered on a series of federally controlled and managed floods that caused major timber damage along an Arkansas river.

Voyager spacecraft finds solar system is bigger than thought

(CNN) -- Are we there yet? If you're Voyager 1 and you're looking for a spot beyond the end of our solar system, the answer is no.