Chrysler relents, agrees to recall 2.7 million Jeeps

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Chrysler Group reversed course and agreed to a recall of 2.7 million Jeeps Tuesday, giving in to the the government's request in the final hours before a deadline. Chrysler stated last week that it will not comply with the r

Breast-feeding is best, so ban bottles, Venezuelan lawmaker proposes

Venezuelan lawmakers are weighing whether to ban the use of baby bottles as part of a push to promote breast-feeding, state media reported. The proposed measure will be up for debate in the South American country's National Assembly on Tuesday, la

Feds charge 3 in Ohio slavery case

A mentally disabled woman and her daughter were held in an Ohio apartment for two years, forced to perform manual labor and threatened with dogs and snakes to keep them compliant, federal authorities said Tuesday. The people accused of holding the

Wrong date on Ed Koch's tombstone corrected

NEW YORK (CNN) -- Former New York Mayor Ed Koch has been dead for more than four months, but a mistake on his tombstone likely would have amused him.

Scott & White now offering Temple a late-night pharmacy

A new option for Temple residents who need prescriptions filled at night is now available through Scott & White Pharmacy at the Temple Center for Diagnostic Medicine on South 31st St.

Authorities seek public's help identifying credit card thieves

Leon County Sheriff's officials are asking for your help identifying a man and woman using stolen credit cards.

Hewitt man on trial for 2011 accident that killed toddler

A Hewitt man is on trial this week for an October 2011 car crash that left a 2-year-old dead. David Michael Martin, of Hewitt, is charged with intoxication manslaughter.

Tonight is the deadline to apply for FEMA aid in West

Tuesday night at midnight is the deadline for West residents to apply for federal aid through FEMA.

McLennan Co. Sheriff's Office receives large donation

A generous donation from a local business owner will help the McLennan County Sheriff's Office.

TX residents raising stink over human waste fertilizer

A fight over recycled human waste being used as fertilizer is causing more than a stink in Texas. It's pitting farmers against homeowners worried about their property values.