Army Private Offers Plea In WikiLeaks Case

(CNN) -- The Army private accused of leaking millions of government files has offered to plead guilty to some of the charges against him, his attorney announced during a court hearing Wednesday.

2 states legalize pot, but don't 'break out the Cheetos' yet

Pro-pot groups cheered passage of referendums legalizing recreational marijuana in Colorado and Washington state as the "light at the end of the tunnel" in their 50-year campaign to make the drug legal nationwide.

Oncor Offers Unique Texas Star Bur Oaks To Customers Through Arbor Day Program

DALLAS, Texas – Thousands of unique Texas Star bur oak trees, a product of the Texas A&M Forest Service Urban Tree Improvement Program, soon will be dotting the state’s landscape in an effort to conserve energy, reduce carbon di

Loughner To Be Sentenced For 2011 Arizona Shootings

CNN) -- Jared Loughner, the Arizona man who pleaded guilty to the attempted assassination of then-U.S. Rep.

Man Behind Anti-Islam Film Gets Year In Prison

LOS ANGELES (CNN) -- An Egyptian-American man behind the inflammatory film "Innocence of Muslims" on Wednesday was sentenced to one year in federal prison after admitting to violating the terms of his probation from a 2010 bank fraud

Killeen police investigate Wednesday night shooting

The Killeen Police Department is investigating a Homicide that occurred at the 3600 block of Zephyr Road just before midnight on Wednesday, November 7, 2012.

Fort Hood soldiers ride for fallen soldiers

'Phantom Thunder' is a motorcycle rally put on by Fort Hood twice a year. It's time for camaraderie, but also a time to preach motorcycle safety on a military base that houses many two-wheeled riders.

Obama wins second term, A&M political analyst weighs in

COLLEGE STATION -- Four more years for President Barack Obama. "This morning I put on my Obama shirt and I was like yep Obama did this," said first time voter, Sheamanti Haque.

Gelber gets 30 years in murder for hire case

BRAZOS COUNTY -- The woman found guilty in the Bryan murder-for-hire case has been sentenced to prison.

Capital murderer sentenced to the death penalty

After about four hours of deliberation, a McLennan County jury has given the death penalty to a Waco man they convicted of capital murder.