500 teens fight outside New Haven restaurant

CT - Sweet 16 turns into brawl-Image(s) Available (10/14/13 08:54 PM) 500 teens fight outside New Haven restaurant By Steven Yablonski, Matt Campbell New Haven, CT (WFSB) -- A Sweet 16 party in New Haven nearly turned into a riot o

For Medal of Honor recipient, award is a long time coming

Four years after a brutal battle in Afghanistan in which he was "outnumbered, outgunned, and taking casualties," former U.S.

Alleged al Qaeda operative Abu Anas al Libi to appear in New York court

An alleged al Qaeda operative accused of playing a role in the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania is to appear Tuesday in federal court in New York. U.S.

Government shut down is delaying College Station's 75 year anniversary exhibit

Fourteen days after the government shut down, the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum remains closed and it's causing some set backs for the city of College Station.

N. Graham Road in CS closed indefinitely because of rain

This weekend's storm caused more damage than good. North Graham Road, between the city limits and Old Wellborn Road, is shut down indefinitely after the rain caused a major washout in the roadway.

Despite rain, major construction along I35 still set to begin Monday

Barring a prolonged downpour, the Interstate 35 closure in Bruceville-Eddy is still scheduled to start Monday night and last each night until Thursday morning this week.

Belton one step closer to having a road named after MLK

It has been a long process, but it seems as if the city of Belton has finally found a road to honor Martin Luther King with. A couple of streets were proposed, but ultimately denied over the past year.

Bell County Sheriff investing friend's death

The Bell County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the death of an elderly man in Killeen as a homicide.

Authorities looking for missing Houston teen

Authorities are asking for you help searching for a missing teenager. Elena "EJ" Fernandez, 14, of Houston, has been missing for almost one month now.

HARRY REID: Senate closer to deal on shutdown, debt ceiling

Negotiations heated up Monday on a Senate compromise to end the partial government shutdown and avoid a possible U.S. default, with congressional leaders heading to the White House after talks cited as progress toward a deal.