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College firearm bill awaits Governor Perry's signature

A new bill that would allow college students to bring guns onto their college campus is now one signature away from becoming law.

Marijuana, fights, guns: Zimmerman prosecution wins most pretrial battles

The judge overseeing the George Zimmerman murder trial handed a series of pretrial victories to the prosecution Tuesday, barring the defense from introducing information about Trayvon Martin at trial, which begins in two weeks.

Major I-35 closures tonight in Salado

Interstate 35 will be completely shut down in Salado on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning as crews install heavy-duty beams to support a future bridge overpass.

Tacoma father accused of putting baby in freezer to halt her crying

A 25-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly putting his 6-week-old daughter in a freezer in their home to stop her from crying, authorities said Sunday.

BOSTON MARATHON BOMBINGS: 6 weeks later

Six weeks after the bombings at the Boston Marathon, life on Boylston Street is getting back to normal, Survivors are moving ahead, even though they carry reminders of the attacks with them,

Motorcyclist killed in early morning wreck in Waco

A man was killed early Tuesday morning when his motorcycle crashed near Logan's Roadhouse, on I-35 in Waco.

Man accused of killing elderly couple, sexually assaulting 2-year-old in Alaska

man is accused of breaking into an Anchorage, Alaska, home over the weekend, sexually assaulting an elderly woman, killing her and her husband, and sexually assaulting the couple's 2-year-old great-granddaughter before fleeing the scene in

Man charged with killing 6-month-old Chicago girl

A career criminal has been charged in the March killing of a 6-month-old Chicago girl, the city's police superintendent said Monday at a news conference.

Thousands honor fallen soldiers at local veteran cemetery

Thousands gathered today in Killeen to honor fallen soldiers. The ceremony at the Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery was attended by local city leaders and officials from Fort Hood.

Yegua Creek Park back open after year and a half closure

Looking out on the water this Memorial Day, it's hard to imagine just a month earlier Yegua Creek Park at Lake Somerville was shut down.