Boston manhunt update

BOSTON (CNN) -- Taxi service in Boston has been restored, police said. The service had been suspended earlier today because of the Boston Marathon attack manhunt.

West explosion update

12 bodies have been recovered in West, Texas, Texas Sgt. Jason Reyes said Friday. West is where a fire and an explosion at a fertilizer plant Wednesday,  badly damaged a five-block area.

TEAM COVERAGE: West fertilizer plant explosion

KWKT was live with our sister station KETK in West, TX on Thursday as emergency crews and residents combed through the debris following Wednesday night's explosion.

Red Cross sets Waco community blood drive

TULSA, OKLA. (April 18, 2013) — The American Red Cross has provided blood to help meet the needs of those injured in the fertilizer plant explosion in West.

Waco Humane Society helping with missing animals

Hundreds of animals were left behind as their owners were forced to evacuate Wednesday night. Today many of those animals are still missing.

DPS statement on plant explosion in West

AUSTIN – Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Director Steven McCraw today issued the following statement regarding Wednesday’s fertilizer plant explosion in the city of West:

BREAKING: FBI releases images of Boston Marathon bombing suspects

The FBI has released the photos of the persons of interest in connection with the Boston Marathon bombings. There are two suspects known as "Suspect #1" and "Suspect #2."

Senator Cornyn to meet with West Officials and tour damage

On Friday, April 19, at 10 a.m. U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) will tour the damage from the West, TX plant and explosion and meet with local officials. Following the tour, Cornyn will be available to the media at 11:45 a.m.

Waco Salvation Army responds to West, Texas

The Salvation Army is responding after a large explosion at a fertilizer plant devastated the small city of West, Texas, just before 8:00 PM, Wednesday evening.

West explosion leaves at least five dead, hundreds injured

Authorities searched through mounds of rubble in hopes of finding survivors of the huge, deadly explosion at a fertilizer plant that flattened much of a small Texas town on Wednesday night.