Feds: Four Texas officers guarded cocaine shipments

The investigation continues into the four law enforcement officers who allegedly escorted drugs for money.

Aggie student raising money for K-9 Kevlar

A local student is raising money to help protect the animals that help protect the public.

Officials release name of Ft. Hood soldier killed in December crash

Fort Hood officials have released the name of a Soldier who died from injuries suffered in a single-vehicle accident at approximately 2 a.m. Dec. 19 in Albuquerque, N.M.

Suspect in first homicide of 2013 behind bars

Corpus Christi (KIII) -- It was only three hours and 26 minutes into the new year before the City recorded its first homicide of the year.

Our top tech wishes for 2013

(CNN) -- What is tech but yesterday's dreams realized?

Paparazzo killed by oncoming traffic after photographing Justin Bieber's Ferrari

LOS ANGELES (CNN) -- Paparazzi have had nasty run-ins with pop star Justin Bieber, including a high-speed chase in July that prompted a city councilman to predict that such an encounter could end tragically. It happened Tuesday.

Chavez still in 'delicate' condition three weeks after surgery, Venezuelan VP says

(CNN) -- Three weeks after undergoing cancer surgery, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez remains in delicate condition and has seen only slight improvement in his health, the country's vice president said Tuesday. "All the time we are hoping for his

House staves off fiscal cliff, but more money squabbles lie ahead

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- After exhaustive negotiations that strained the country's patience, the House approved a bill to avert the dreaded fiscal cliff, staving off widespread tax increases and deep spending cuts.

Pot activists divided over new cannabis club

DENVER (CNN) -- A small group of New Year's Eve revelers here ditched the traditional champagne toast, lighting up joints instead at a newly opened marijuana club.

No leaks from grounded drill rig off Alaska, Coast Guard says

(CNN) -- Coast Guard aircraft have found no sign of a spill from a Royal Dutch Shell oil drilling barge that ran aground off a southern Alaska island during a fierce winter storm, authorities reported Tuesday. The 266-foot Kulluk "is sound.