Recovered diary gives rare view into Third Reich

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- It was a mystery for nearly 70 years: What happened to Nazi Party leader Alfred Rosenberg's diary, a valuable document with insights into the Third Reich? Rosenberg was the party's chief ideologue and became a confidante of Ado

Pet ordinance could bring new pet requirements to Waco

A new ordinance in Waco may soon force "pet parents" in the city to spay or neuter and microchip their pets.

Gov. Perry signs 'Merry Christmas' bill, stands up for religious freedom

Gov. Rick Perry today signed House Bill 308, which allows public school students and staff to use traditional holiday greetings and display religious scenes and symbols on school property. The governor was joined by bill author Rep.

Proposal submitted for downtown riverfront development

A proposal to develop nearly 16 acres of riverfront property in Waco has been turned in. The development of the area is called the Brazos Commons Project.

Oak Farms in Waco plans to shut down production

A Central Texas plant is closing in the near future, leaving 150 people jobless.

TX boy receives backlash for Nat'l Anthem performance at NBA Finals

10-year-old Sebastien De La Cruz was a hit tuesday night as he sang the national anthem at the NBA Finals. But, he has since faced internet backlash with people making comments about his race.

We have much HELP to give out! Disaster Recovery Assistance for West, TX

The Salvation Army continues to respond in West, TX after powerful explosion caused significant damage on Wednesday, April 17th.

Official who inspected collapsed Philadelphia building kills self

The inspector of a downtown building that collapsed last week has killed himself, city officials said Thursday.

Plant explodes in LA, unknown injuries

A “shelter in place” is in effect surrounding the Williams Olefins plant after an explosion. Residents are being asked to stay inside their homes with doors and windows closed.

It's a Noah's Ark at fairgrounds as Colorado blaze looms

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado (CNN) -- A county fairground northeast of Colorado's Black Forest Fire is looking like a Noah's Ark Thursday with animals rescued from raging wildfires.