Fast food wage protests head south

Fast food workers in the south are joining the fight against low wages for the first time since the campaign began last fall.

Bellmead PD releases details of Tuesday night stabbing

Details of a vicious stabbing have been released by Bellmead PD. On Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m., Bellmead Police responded to a 911 call outside the house of 4300 Greenbriar Dr.

New traffic, criminal laws take effect September 1

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) today highlighted notable traffic and criminal laws that go into effect on Sept. 1, 2013.

New security measures make Midway ISD schools feel safer

School is back in session, and Midway ISD says their campuses feel safer with the additional security in place.  

Temple woman charged with arson for setting her house on fire

A Temple woman has been arrested and charged with arson for reportedly intentionally setting her house on fire.

Four men arrested on drug distribution charges near Baylor

Four men have been arrested in connection to a drug bust near Baylor University's campus.

Seattle couple charged with kidnapping, torture of husband's 13-year-old brother

A Seattle-area couple is in custody for allegedly holding captive and torturing the man's 13-year-old brother for three months -- including driving a nail through the boy's hand and keeping him in a cellar for days without food, the prosecutor said W

HHS finalizes more Obamacare policies

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- As part of its continued effort to solidify Affordable Care Act regulations before insurance exchanges open on October 1, the Department of Health and Human Services finalized a new rule on Wednesday clarifying how a number of iss

Syria behind chemical attack and 14 others, British intel concludes

It's "highly likely" that the Syrian government is behind the use of chemical weapons that killed hundreds last week on the outskirts of Damascus, the British government said Thursday in a public version of its intelligence assessment into the attac

Beaten teen shouldn't have been on bus, grandmother says

The teen who suffered a broken arm in a beating on a school bus "should never have been put on that bus" after complaining about classmates trying to sell him drugs, his grandmother says. The 13-year-old's July beating in Gulfport, Florida, led to