U.S. should lead response to Syrian sarin evidence, Israeli official says

With evidence that the chemical weapon sarin has been used in Syria on a small scale, the United States should take the lead in crafting a response, an Israeli official said Friday.

South Korea to pull out citizens from joint industrial zone after North snubs talks

SEOUL, South Korea (CNN) -- Troubled relations between North and South Korea suffered a fresh blow Friday after Seoul decided to withdraw all its remaining citizens from the manufacturing zone jointly operated by the two.

More than 300 dead in Bangladesh building collapse

SAVAR, Bangladesh (CNN) -- The death toll from the collapse of a building here that housed garment factories rose Friday to 304 as thousands of Bangladeshis filled the streets of the capital city of Dhaka to express their fury and anguish about

Texas executes man convicted of 2002 abduction, killing

Texas executed Richard Cobb on Thursday for the 2002 abduction and killing of a man outside of the town of Rusk, southeast of Dallas, the state Department of Criminal Justice said. Cobb was convicted of kidnapping Kenneth Vandever, 37, during an a

Budget-cut layoffs deal a blow to investigations of gun-related crimes

The fight against gun-related crime has taken a hit from budget cuts, as a federal agency has laid off nearly a hundred contract workers at its facility dedicated to tracing firearms used by criminals. Ninety-eight contract employees at the Bureau

Two arrested in connection to drug bust last month near Baylor

A Baylor student and a former Baylor student were arrested on engaging in organized criminal activity charges Wednesday in connection to a drug bust conducted by McLennan County Sheriff's deputies in late March.

Waco PD: Overnight robberies may be related

Thursday evening at 9:55 p.m., officers responded to 1404 North 34th Street on reports of an aggravated robbery.

Connally ISD: 'Transition has been seamless for West students'

Some West ISD students have now been attending classes in Connally ISD for a week, and we're told the transition has been seamless.

City of Robinson says street repairs are long overdue

For about four decades now, Robinson city officials say no work has been done to improve the city's poor road conditions. But, starting next week, that's going to change, as bad streets are soon to become a thing of the past.

Hunger cyclists to pass through Waco as they attempt to bike out hunger in Texas

WACO – Each year in Texas, there are hundreds of cycling events supporting anything from cancer research to local schools, focusing on community efforts to camaraderie with fellow cyclists.