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Thursday, March 26, 2015 - 12:43pm

Crocs hunt with sticks, researchers say

If you're a bird, beware an alligator with a stick. That's because some species of the crocodylia order, including the American alligator, use sticks as lures, scientists say. It's the first time the use of a tool has been documented in reptil

Nelson Mandela: His impact on American activism, politics and pop culture

Word of Nelson Mandela's death spread quickly across the United States, bringing with it a mix of reverence and grief for a man who was born in South Africa but in the end belonged to the world.

Schmidt family at 80k Christmas lights... and counting!

Putting up Christmas lights is a tradition for many central Texans, but for one family in McGregor it’s become an obsession that has practically made their house a tourstist attraction.

Topless woman sprints through store to help catch peeping Tom

Lenexa (KCTV) -- It was a wild scene at an Overland Park retailer Tuesday, and it began unfolding in a dressing room. A woman trying on bras says she caught a man a man taking pictures of her in the store dressing room, and she went to great lengt

Washington woman unknowingly live-tweets husband's death

Trooper William Finn, a spokesman with the Washington State Patrol, was tweeting Wednesday under the handle @wspd5pio about an accident on Vancouver's Interstate 205. A car was traveling northbound when it crossed the grass median into the southbo

Waco man recovering after being shot in stomach

The Waco Police Department is investigating a shooting that occurred Tuesday night at a home in the 2700 block of Trice Avenue.

Paramedic who responded to West plant blast sentenced on pipe bomb charge

A paramedic who responded to a horrific, deadly fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas -- and who later spoke at a memorial for its victims -- was sentenced to 21 months in federal prison for conspiring to make a pipe bomb, a prosecutor'

Man accused of sexually assaulting teen facing new charges

The man police say is responsible for raping a 14-year-old College Station teen at gunpoint last month is now facing new charges for a similar crime.

Investigation into Kyle Field construction worker's death continues

The investigation continues into how a contracted construction worker fell four stories to his death at Kyle Field Tuesday.

Waco PD seizes $50,000 in cocaine

In an Investigation initiated by the Waco Police Departments Drug Enforcement Section, with the assistance of the Waco PD SWAT, MCSO SWAT and MCSO Organized Crime Unit, a multi-suspect/vehicle stop was conducted at the Motel Six in south Waco o