Colorado fires scorch state; thousands evacuated

Fast-moving wildfires lit up central Colorado, forcing thousands from their homes and scorching some 12,000 acres of brush and timber. Of the five fires burning, the most problematic was the Black Forest Fire.

Little boy survives monster Oklahoma tornado, only to be mauled to death

At the tender age of five, surviving a tornado a mile wide is, at the least, traumatizing. Being separated from mom and dad after that, and living in a strange house, is enough to make a little boy break down and cry.

After 16 years in hiding, Whitey Bulger stands in spotlight of federal trial

If you lived in South Boston from the late 1970s through the mid-1990s you either loved or loathed Whitey Bulger. He could be colorful and generous, or, if you were his enemy, he could be cutthroat and cruel.

Daughter tracks down suspect 26 years after dad's killing

NEW YORK CITY (CNN) -- Joselyn Martinez was 9 when her father was shot and killed outside his New York City restaurant in 1986. Nearly three decades later, she may finally see justice for his death. And she has herself to thank.

Ohio kidnap suspect pleads not guilty

An Ohio man accused of murder, rape and holding three women in a Cleveland house against their will pleaded not guilty on Wednesday.

In between back flips and splits, naked man assaults passengers at train station

In it, a glistening man with a wild head of hair turns fare gates into balance beams at a San Francisco subway station, stretching and doing back flips buck-naked.

Bryan PD makes arrest in 2009 bank robbery

A man accused of robbing the First Victoria Bank in Bryan several weeks ago is now facing new charges tonight after police say he's responsible for another bank robbery four years ago.

Police say Bryan man was spotted driving a stolen car

A traffic stop for a stolen vehicle in Bryan lands a man in jail. Police say they pulled over 19-year-old Lamar Deere Monday afternoon after he was spotted driving a stolen car.

Ex-cop guilty of killing wife

A Kansas jury Tuesday convicted former cop Brett Seacat of first-degree murder for killing his wife, Vashti Seacat, and trying to cover it up by burning down their house.

Belton group continues pushing for MLK street in town

It's been a long road for a committee in Belton, hoping to get one of the city's streets renamed.