Man treated for Google Glass addiction

A man who checked in to the Navy's Substance Abuse and Recovery Program for alcoholism is also being treated for a Google Glass addiction, according to a new study.

Appeals court reinstates Texas voter ID law

Less than a week before early voting begins in the state, a federal appeals court has said that Texas' controversial voter ID law can go into effect. The enforcement order, issued Tuesday by a federal appeals court, comes days after a district c

U.S. troops assisting in Ebola mission may be quarantined

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- In an unprecedented move to protect U.S. troops that might be exposed to Ebola, U.S.

Second health care worker tests positive for Ebola at Dallas hospital

A second health care worker who cared for an Ebola patient at a Dallas hospital has contracted the virus herself. The worker, a woman who lives alone, was quickly moved into isolation at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, authorities said Wedne

Barber accused of deliberately slashing customer's throat

A 22-year-old South Bay barber was arrested Monday after he allegedly cut a customer's throat with a straight razor, deputies said.

Woman Gives Birth to Rare Twins Without Knowing She's Pregnant

An Ankeny woman went into a walk-in clinic with stomach pains and received news she never expected, she was pregnant with a rare set of twins and didn't even know it.

Isaiah Austin speaks at Hoops for Hope banquet

Basketball fans from all over Waco headed to Highland Baptist Church on Monday for the Hoops for Hope banquet. The program helps teach children the fundamentals of basketball and trains future coaches.

US Supreme Court puts pieces of Texas abortion law on hold

A provision of the Texas abortion law that closed all but eight abortion facilities in the state almost two weeks ago was temporarily put on hold Tuesday by the U.S. Supreme Court.

Judge approves Texas voter ID law for Nov. election

Texas should require photo voter identification in this year’s general election, the 5th U.S.