Waco Tea Party bullied by IRS

Michael Simon is the co-founder of the Waco Tea Party. After a successful rally of 3,000 locals, the group decided to incorporate in 2009.

Elder abuse walk in Waco raises awareness

Abuse comes in various forms and unfortunately happens on a daily basis. Tuesday, Adult Protective Services held a walk in Waco to shed light on the rising number of abuse crimes that happen against the elderly.

Animal cruelty arrest: Two neglected dogs showed sings of malnourishment, infected sore

A Thibodaux man was arrested for animal cruelty after two dogs in his care were found to be painfully neglected. Officials say one dog was injured so badly, he couldn’t bark.

WANTED: Police search for 19-year-old identified as shooter at New Orleans parade

Police have named the suspect they believe to be responsible for the shooting on Mother’s Day at a Second Line parade that injured 19 people.

AG Holder recuses himself from subpoena of AP phone records probe

Attorney General Eric Holder recused himself from the decision to subpoena the phone records of Associated Press reporters after he was interviewed by the FBI in an investigation, a Justice Department official said Tuesday.

VIDEO: Willie Nelson raises $125,000 for West, Abbot VFD

Country music star, Willie Nelson, raised $125,000 for West, Texas and the Abbot Volunteer Fire Department. Nelson organized a benefit concert after a deadly explosion at the fertilizer plant last month.

DPS memorializes fallen TX Peace Officers

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) today honored 10 Texas law enforcement officers who lost their lives in the line of duty during the last year. The lives of these officers, including DPS Sgt.

Cornyn files amendment to address TX water shortage, engage Mexico on treaty compliance

U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) introduced an amendment to the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) reauthorization to address Mexico’s failure to take action to uphold its water obligations to the U.S.

Ft. Hood releases name of Soldier who died in May 12 motorcycle accident

Fort Hood officials have released the name of a Soldier who died from injuries suffered from a motorcycle accident in Killeen, Texas, May 12. He was pronounced deceased by doctors at Carl R. Darnall Medical Center at 1:21 a.m.

New pictures: Ariel Castro's backyard

New photographs offer a glimpse of the life kidnapping suspect Ariel Castro was leading in his Cleveland, Ohio home.