Former UT coach Darrell Royal dies at 88

Darrell Royal, the legendary coach who won three national championships, turned the wishbone offense into one of college football's most unstoppable forces and served as the face of the Texas Longhorns for more than a half century, has died

BBB Helps Consumers Land a Holiday Job

WACO, Texas — According to the National Retail Federation, retailers are expected to hire between 585,000 and 625,000 seasonal workers this holiday season.

Projections: Obama wins re-election

Barack Obama will be re-elected as president of the United States, CNN projects. He will win the critical swing state of Ohio, putting him over the 270 electoral votes needed to secure the White House, CNN projects

Texas elections 2012

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6 ways religious demographics could determine Tuesday's winner

Just because President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney mostly have avoided talking religion during this campaign doesn't mean religion won't play a big role in determining the winner of the presidential race.

California Workplace Shooting

(CNN) -- An employee of Apple Valley Farms in Fresno, California, opened fire on fellow employees Tuesday, killing one and wounding three others before shooting himself, police said.

One dead after late night College Station shooting

COLLEGE STATION -- What started as an alleged robbery in College Station ends in a deadly shooting. Now police are investigating how it happened and our own Lauren Holman was at the crime scene today for the latest.

Woman found guilty in murder for hire case

BRAZOS COUNTY -- The woman accused of hiring a hitman to kill her husband back in December has been found guilty.

Fort Hood Shooting Victim Runs To State Capitol

A soldier wounded in the Fort Hood massacre completed an 80-mile run to the Texas State Capitol today (Monday) on the third anniversary of the shooting. Chief Warrant Officer Chris Royal began the race Thursday from Fort Hood.

2 U.S. sailors indicted on charges of raping Japanese woman on Okinawa

TOKYO (CNN) -- Japanese prosecutors have indicted two American sailors on charges that they raped a Japanese woman on the island of Okinawa last month, a case that has deepened tensions between local residents and the U.S.