Ex-Navy sniper, another military vet killed at Texas gun range

A former Navy SEAL known for claiming a record number of sniper killings in Iraq was one of two men shot dead at a Texas gun range, allegedly at the hands of a fellow military veteran, officials say.

Amid standoff, Alabama town mourns slain bus driver

A funeral service was held in southeastern Alabama on Sunday for a school bus driver hailed as a hero.

Leftist terror group claims responsibility for U.S. Embassy bombing

A radical leftist terror group has claimed responsibility for Friday's suicide bombing at the U.S. Embassy in Ankara, Turkey, which killed a Turkish guard and wounded a television journalist.

Warm temps are near, Punxsutawney Phil predicts

If you were hoping to be done with winter, Punxsutawney Phil had some good news for you -- spring is on the way.

Former L.A. archbishop disciplined over handling of sex abuse allegations

In what activists describe as unprecedented, the Catholic archbishop in Los Angeles has relieved a retired cardinal of his public and administrative duties for his mishandling of "painful and brutal" allegations of sexual abuse by pri

Authorities tight-lipped as standoff over child hostage enters 5th day

As an armed standoff entered its fifth day Saturday, authorities negotiated through a ventilation pipe with a man accused of barricading himself and a 5-year-old hostage in an underground bunker in southeastern Alabama.

Former first dog dies after battle with cancer

Former President George W. Bush's dog Barney died after battling with lymphoma. Barney was 12 years old. Mr. Bush released this statement below:

CSPD needs help finding missing teen

College Station police have been looking for a teen who's been missing since November and now they need your help.

Two planes make emergency landing at Easterwood

Scary moments for two pilots today when the planes they were flying had to make emergency landings. It happened at Easterwood Airport in College Station.

Local reps hold Q-and-A

The current session of Texas legislation is not even 30 days old, but already local representatives are gauging what is important to their constituents.