Jailed Facebook teen finally getting day in court after online 'joke'

A Texas teen who's been jailed more than four months for a Facebook comment he made during a video-game argument is finally getting a day in court that could let him go home.

Be free from misleading deals this Independence Day

- As the July 4 holiday approaches, you tend to see more special discounts, coupons and promotions. Better Business Bureau advises consumers to carefully research those deals first before making a purchase.

Heart of Texas Regional Advisory Council – “Wear It, July 4th”

In an effort to increase water safety awareness, Heart of Texas Drowning Prevention Coalition is encouraging people to Pledge to 'Wear It!' this July 4th Holiday.

Bryan PD investigate aggravated robbery

The Bryan Police Department is seeking the public's help in identifying a suspect in a donut shop aggravated robbery.

Spurs re-sign Ginobili, Splitter for at least 2 more years

On Wednesday, via Twitter, Manu Ginobili announced he will be staying in San Antonio for at least two more years. There were rumors circling the NBA circuit that Ginobili, 35, was going to retire after this season.

Texas abortion showdown continues

AUSTIN, Texas (CNN) -- The battle over Texas' attempts to change its abortion law ran well into the night at the state capitol.

Snowden's asylum options dwindle

Edward Snowden's hopes of finding asylum from U.S.

AAA TX offers free 'tipsy tow' during 4th of July holiday

AAA Texas urges those who celebrate the Fourth of July with family and friends to designate a sober driver and reminds motorists about its free Tipsy Tow program during the holiday.

Accused Cleveland kidnapper ruled capable of standing trial

Ariel Castro, the Ohio man accused of holding three women captive for about a decade, is competent to stand trial, a judge said at a hearing Wednesday. Judge Michael Russo said a competency evaluation showed with "reasonable medical certainty" tha

S.F. transit strike's third day could mean $200 million impact

San Francisco's public transit strike enters its third day Wednesday, which will likely bring the financial toll to more than $200 million, economists estimate. Negotiations between Bay Area Rapid Transit and union leaders resumed Tuesday evening