Fort Hood soldier dies from terminal illness

Fort Hood officials have released the name of a Soldier who died Oct. 25 from a terminal illness in Copperas Cove, Texas.

West Texas man admits possessing prepubescent child pornography

A west Texas man pleaded guilty Friday to one count of possessing prepubescent child pornography, and aiding and abetting.

6 foreign nationals sentenced in TX for roles in a human smuggling organization

The leader of a human smuggling organization and five others were sentenced to federal prison Friday for their roles in a conspiracy to transport or harbor aliens illegally present in the country, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson.

Waco PD seeking suspects in aggravated robbery, murder

At 12:15 Tuesday morning, Waco Police Department officers responded to an aggravated robbery at 2742 Madison Drive.

Cell phone stops bullet aimed at Florida gas station clerk

A gas station clerk's smartphone may have saved his life Monday by blocking a bullet fired at his chest in an attempted armed robbery. The shooting happened after a man entered the store at the Hess gas station in Winter Garden, Florida, early Fri

Texas mom uses Bible to smuggle meth into jail, police say

JEFFERSON COUNTY, TEXAS (KBMT) -- A 69-year-old woman has been indicted after sheriff's deputies say she tried to use a Bible to smuggle drugs into the Jefferson County jail. Carolyn Hebert Frioux, 69, of Fannett, went to visit her daughter in jai

VIDEO: TX widow puts up billboard to find husband's killer

The family of a Houston man who was killed one year ago this month are hoping a billboard will help crack the case. Police say three men shot John Martinez, October 13th, 2012, outside his home and took his wallet and cellphone.

Cancellations, modifications coming for many Americans in individual health consumer market

The vast majority of Americans on the individual insurance market will see modifications to their existing plans, or even cancellations, according to an insurance industry source. That raises questions about repeated claims made by President Bara

Human remains found in California treatment plants

Human remains have been found in two separate treatment plants in Los Angeles County, authorities said Monday. An upper torso of a female, possibly Hispanic, was discovered in a waste treatment plant in Bassett. It's believed to be related to r

Judge blocks parts of Texas abortion law

A federal judge struck down key parts of a new Texas abortion law, considered among the most restrictive in the country, on Monday, one day before they were scheduled to take effect. The lawsuit -- filed in U.S.