'I shed some innocent blood,' Texas man says after carving pentagram on son's back

(CNN) -- While many people saw Wednesday's memorable date of 12/12/12 as an auspicious moment to tie the knot or start a business, a Texas man appears to have interpreted the day as a reason to carry out a grotesque and sinister act.

Police: New Mexico Men Plotted to Kill Justin Bieber

The latest and oddest case of Bieber Fever yet, started right here in the Borderland.

Public meeting discusses stadium concerns

On Tuesday night, officials from Baylor and the city of Waco hosted a public forum to discuss ongoing plans for the university's new football stadium.

Copperas Cove ISD cancels class rest of week

Copperas Cove ISD has canceled class for the rest of the week after receiving three more bomb threats on Tuesday. A total of seven juveniles have been arrested for allegedly making bomb threats at their schools.

Texas law enforcement database: 10,000th unexpected DNA match

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) program recently passed a new milestone, the 10,000th offender cold hit, which are unexpected DNA matches that help solve open cases.

A&M Corps of Cadets dorm burglars caught

A string of burglaries in an unlikely place had Texas A&M police on high alert after more than 45 Corps of Cadets dorm rooms were burglarized during home football games this season.

Two arrested for armed robbery in College Station

Three people who were robbed at gunpoint and had their lives threatened if they went to the police, can now sleep a little easier knowing the men police say are responsible have been caught.

Belton church suffers severe damage during midnight mass service

Clean-up and repairs are already underway for a church that was engulfed in a blaze early Wednesday morning.

Early morning fire destroys storage building near Belton

A large fire at a storage building near Belton has kept fire crews busy since the early hours of Wednesday morning.

NTSB looks to technology to end drunken driving in the U.S.

WASHINGTON  -- In hopes of someday virtually ending drunken driving in the United States, federal safety advocates Tuesday encouraged ongoing development of in-vehicle technology that unobtrusively tests all motorists to see if they have i