FEMA and West ISD in talks again to help rebuild

When FEMA denied assistance to the town of West and its school district earlier in June, many in the community railed against the agency for falling back on President Obama's original word to do 'everything possible' to help.

Waco man arrested for stealing woman's purse

A Waco man is charged with robbery for snatching a woman's purse while she was walking in a local apartment complex. Treveon White was arrested in Bellmead by U.S. Marshals on Wednesday.

Former Central Texas pastor's wife indicted for perjury

The wife of a former Central Texas pastor found herself behind bars overnight Wednesday on perjury charges.

ETX woman indicted, charged with mailing laced letters to President Obama, NYC mayort

A Texas woman has been indicted and charged with mailing ricin-laced letters to President Obama and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a U.S. attorney's office in Texas said Friday.

TPD locates stolen trailers, vehicles

On Friday, June 14, 2013, officers from the Temple Police Department’s Problem Oriented Policing Services Unit, accompanied by Deputies from the Bell County Sheriff’s Department went to an address in the 400 block of Bottoms East Ro

Obama salutes 'a favorite son of Senegal'

President Barack Obama gave a special shout out to a former Louisville Cardinals center who may be tapped by Obama's hometown Chicago Bulls in the NBA draft Thursday night. Speaking overseas at a state dinner in Senegal, Africa, Obama mentioned Go

'50 Shades' gets a release date

We still don't know who will play Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele, but Universal's putting "Fifty Shades of Grey" down on the calendar anyway. The studio announced Thursday that the "global release" of the eagerly anticipated adaptation of E.L

FAMU lifts marching band's suspension

Citing positive steps taken since the hazing death of a drum major, Florida A&M University's interim leader said Thursday he has lifted the suspension of the school's famous marching band. The Tallahassee, Florida, university's band, called the Ma

Grand jury says no charges in Texas train wreck that killed 4 veterans

Texas grand jury declined to issue charges in a November 2012 deadly collision between a freight train and a parade float that killed four veterans and injured more than a dozen people, Assistant District Attorney Eric Kalenak of Midland County said

Texas fertilizer plant fell through 'patchwork' of safety rules

The fertilizer blamed for the massive explosion that devastated a Texas town in April was kept in wooden bins, in a wooden building, with no sprinklers nearby.