Former Killeen police officer stands trial for sexual assault

The trial for a former Killeen Police officer, charged with sexual assault of a child, began in a Bell County Courtroom in Belton on Wednesday morning.

Facebook jumps 12%

About 800 million Facebook shares were newly available to trade on Wednesday, a phenomenon that typically sends a company's stock lower. But Facebook bucked the trend with a 12% gain.

Waco teens mugged at gunpoint

Two people were allegedly robbed at gunpoint while walking in a Waco field Tuesday evening. At 5:35 p.m.,  officers were called to the area of 13th Street and Brook Avenue to reports of an aggravated robbery.

'Big-time dive' promised in Petraeus probe

FBI and CIA officials will travel Wednesday to Capitol Hill to brief the House Intelligence Committee's chairman and its top Democratic member on the resignation of CIA Director David Petraeus and the investigation that led up to it, accord

Texas A&M Forest Service Honors Employees

CROCKETT, Texas – Hundreds of Texas A&M Forest Service employees were recognized Tuesday for outstanding contributions they’ve made over the past year – including wildfire response, recovery efforts, fire department assistance and more. Director T

San Diego Zoo Panda Cub Is a "Little Gift" Named Xiao Liwu

The San Diego Zoo unveiled the name of the sixth giant panda born at the Zoo during a public ceremony on Tuesday. Rick Gulley (left) president of the San Diego Zoo Global Board of Trustees and Ron Swaisgood, Ph.D.

Scandal Ensnaring Petraeus, Allen Focuses On E-mails

(CNN) -- The complicated web entangling an ex-CIA director, a mistress, a military general and a woman he allegedly flirted with got no less confusing Wednesday, though the U.S. defense secretary insisted facts will emerge.

Puppies regaining health after animal cruelty case

Waco Crime stoppers released a PSA after Waco Animal Control officer Luis Leyva found six puppies in a zipped-up, abandonded luggage bag in late October. Four survived and two died shortly after.

Victim identified in Sunday's auto-pedestrian crash in Waco

The pedestrian killed while attempting to cross traffic on Interstate 35 Sunday evening has been identified.

Texas 'unlikely' to secede from the union by a petition

More than 76-thousand people believe Texas should no longer be a part of the U.S. But, their petition to the White House is ruffling a lot of feathers.