Parolee arrested for non-lethal June shooting

Waco Police have arrested a local man they think is responsible for a reckless shooting back in June.

Rangers acquire Rios from White Sox

The Texas Rangers have acquired a big bat to add to the lineup. Arlington will welcome, now former Chicago White Sox right fielder, Alex Rios. Rios, 32, has a .277 season batting average with 12 home runs and 55 RBIs.

'No Muslim Parking' signs offends TX Muslims attending Houston mosque

Religiously offensive signs appeared in a Houston shopping center parking lot on Thursday but no one seems to know how they got there.

Police: 4 dead after man opens fire in 2 Dallas-area homes

A Texas man killed four women -- including his girlfriend and a woman he was dating -- and wounded three teens and a boy in shootings at two Dallas-area homes, police said Thursday. The man was arrested at the second home after a child there calle

California kidnapping, murder suspect may have improvised explosives

SAN DIEGO (CNN) -- Kidnapping and murder suspect James DiMaggio, sought in a national manhunt, may be armed with improvised explosives or may have rigged his car with them, San Diego County Sheriff's Department spokeswoman Jan Caldwell said Thursday.

FCC to vote on reduced rates for prison phone calls

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- For millions of prisoners, placing a call home means paying exorbitant rates that can exceed $1 a minute. Now, federal regulators are poised to ease the burden.

Friends catch 900-pound tuna

Gregg Looney is one for tradition. Although he and his buddies didn't catch anything at all during a fishing trip last summer, he had so much fun they all decided to do it again this year.

U.S. reports a breakthrough in malaria vaccine

U.S. researchers reported a breakthrough Thursday in the search for a vaccine for malaria, the mosquito-borne disease that sickens millions worldwide.

Facebook founder's new ad pushes for immigration reform

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's immigration reform group announced a new ad Thursday, the same week Zuckerberg made a rare public speech on the topic. The new ad is called "Serve" and features a young undocumented immigrant named Alejandro Mora

Intelligence chiefs: Privacy is respected

NEW YORK (CNN) -- The leaders of the top three U.S.