Call of a suicidal man leads to arrest

Today the McLennan County Sheriff’s office received a call of a suicidal man possibly heading to the Bosqueville Elementary School to pick up his child. He reportedly made statements that he wanted to kill himself in front of his children.

Dept. of Defense identifies units for upcoming Afghanistan rotation

The Department of Defense today identified four major units to deploy as part of the upcoming rotation of forces operating in Afghanistan.

USPS delivery change delayed

On Wednesday, the U.S. Postal Service said it will delay its plan to eliminate Saturday mail delivery, saying "restrictive language" in Congress' temporary government funding resolution prohibits the new schedule.

BAN to fund Baylor start-ups

Four start-up companies owned by students in Baylor University’s Accelerated Ventures Program have been funded by members of Baylor Angel Network through BAN AV Investment Fund One, LLC.

Bell County Sheriff unveils new "Special Crimes Unit"

The Bell County Sheriff’s Department formally unveiled it's new division called the 'Special Crimes Unit' on Tuesday. The new division will focus on sex crimes, street gangs and fugitive apprehension.

Two arrested, one on the run after failed warrant serving

Two people are in jail and another is on the run after Waco Police tried to arrest a wanted man Tuesday afternoon.

Suspect in Texas college stabbings had dreams of success, bloodshed, some say

The 20-year-old student who authorities said went on a stabbing spree Tuesday at Lone Star College near Houston, Texas, is undergoing psychological evaluation Wednesday, the Harris County District Attorney's Office says.

What's in Obama's budget

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- President Obama on Wednesday will propose a $3.77 trillion budget for 2014 that would cut deficits by $1.8 trillion over the next decade, according to senior administration officials.

High school visit added to first lady's Chicago trip

First lady Michelle Obama's trip to Chicago on Wednesday will include a stop at a public high school where the city's rash of gun violence has been acutely felt. She'll stop at Harper High School, where 29 students, past and present, have been sho