VeinViewer makes veins visible at McLane Children’s Hospital

McLane Children’s Hospital Scott & White recently started using the VeinViewer®, medical technology that helps nurses and doctors “see” veins and arteries beneath the surface of the skin.

'I knew I had to help,' cop says of charity act gone viral

New York police Officer Larry DePrimo's gift of boots to a barefoot homeless man on a cold November night warmed the hearts of America when a candid photo of the act spread on the Internet.

Governor’s mansion Christmas decorations honor U.S. Armed Forces

AUSTIN – This holiday season, Gov. Rick Perry and First Lady Anita Perry give special thanks and recognition to our nation’s armed forces through military-themed Christmas decorations at the Governor’s Mansion.

Thieves take more than $20,000 in jewelry from Killeen Walmart

Killeen authorities are searching for two men who stole more than $20,000 in jewelry from a local Walmart Thursday morning.

Cornyn: Obama Wants to Go Over Cliff

President Obama’s approach ‘paves the way for a future that offers more unemployment, more national security risks, less opportunity, and a diminished standard of living’ WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen.

Make-A-Wish grants an early Christmas gift for 3-year-old

FORT HOOD, TX – Make-A-Wish Central and South Texas will bring an early Christmas for Xavier, a 3-year-old boy with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome, on Saturday, Dec. 1, at 6:00 p.m. at his home.

Bradley Manning says he considered suicide while in military custody

FORT MEADE, Maryland (CNN) -- Army private Bradley Manning, charged in the largest leak of classified material in American history, spoke at length on Thursday about his treatment in military custody, saying he grew distressed and considered su

What we may have in common with 'Two and a Half Men' actor

HOLLYWOOD, California (CNN) -- In the introduction to the TV sitcom "Two and a Half Men," actor Angus T. Jones morphs from boy to teen before our eyes.

Will the winning Powerball ticket holders please step forward?

The new parlor game gripping two cities a thousand miles apart -- "Who Won the Powerball" -- ramped up Friday amid rumors, speculation and tantalizing clues.

New York hotel rooms sit vacant in Sandy's wake

NEW YORK (CNN) -- New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg found himself facing questions Thursday about why the city was paying for more than 100 vacant hotel rooms when thousands were displaced after Superstorm Sandy.