TX man wanted for 2012 murder arrested in LA during traffic stop

A speeding violation has led to the arrest of a Houston, Texas man who has been on the run since December of 2012.

Unattended cooking fire displaces family of four

A Monday evening cooking fire has left a family of four homeless.

Rays beat Rangers 5-2 in AL Wild Card tiebreaker, end season 91-72

The Tampa Bay Rays defeated the Texas Rangers, 5-2, Monday night in Arlington. For the first time since 2009, Major League Baseball needed a 163rd game to complete the regular season.

Drew Brees racks up 9th straight game of 300 passing yards in Saints victory over Dolphins

New Orleans Saints quarterback, Drew Brees, had his ninth straight game of 300 passing yards, Monday night against the Miami Dolphins.

Reward increased to $13,000 for TX sex offender

The reward for Charles Leon Carr, 56, a Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offender, has increased to up to $13,000 for information leading to his capture if the tip comes in during the month of October.

U.S. Nuclear Power Plants

There are 100 commercial nuclear power reactor units licensed to operate in the U.S. These operate in 31 of the 48 contiguous states. The nuclear power reactor units provide the U.S. with 20 percent of its electricity.

14 Chinese fishermen rescued; 58 still missing after typhoon

BEIJING (CNN) -- Chinese rescuers on Tuesday found 14 fishermen alive and recovered the bodies of two who had died from boats that sank during a typhoon, authorities said.

Venezuela expels top U.S. diplomat, two other embassy officials

Venezuela's president said Monday that he is expelling three U.S.

Office of Management and Budget Director orders federal agencies to begin shutting down

The Office of Management and Budget Director Sylvia Mathews Burwell ordered federal agencies to start shutting down.

MAVS owner, Mark Cuban insider trading trial set to start

The Securities and Exchange Commission's civil suit charging entrepreneur Mark Cuban with insider trading is set to get started in Dallas on Monday, nearly five years after the agency first brought charges.