Killeen couple dies after train collision

A Fort Hood soldier and his female passenger were killed early this morning when their truck collided with a passing train. We caught investigators at the scene today documenting and taking pictures at the intersection.

USPS is hiring across the state

If you are looking for a job or need a little more cash for the holidays you may be in luck. The US Postal Service is looking to hire many people across the state for various positions.

CIA director David Petraeus resigns over extramarital affair

David Petraeus stepped down as the director of the CIA on Friday, citing an affair.

VA Hospital salutes veterans during Friday's special Veterans Day ceremony

As everyone should be aware, Veterans Day is this coming Sunday. For all of us, it's a time to say "thank you" to all the men and women who have so bravely fought for the independence of our country.

Annual barrel racing competition set to bring millions into McLennan County

Time to pull out your cowboy duds and head over to the Extraco Events Center for the Annual Elite Barrel Race Competition in Waco this weekend.

Lacy Lakeview man arrested after shooting officer outside his house

Lacy Lakeview officers arrested a man after responding to a welfare call, in which one of the officers ended up being shot.

Convicted Terrorist Guilty Of Plotting Murder-For-Hire From Behind Bars

A convicted terrorist was found guilty Thursday in North Carolina of plotting to kill witnesses who testified against him at his terror trial.

Stolen Cross Once At Center Of Legal Light Found

A stolen war memorial that was at the center of a prominent legal battle over the display of religious symbols on public land was found this week tied to a fence post near San Francisco.

Navy SEALs Busted For Giving Secrets To Make Video Game More Real

Seven U.S. Navy SEALs have been reprimanded for giving up classified information connected to their work so a video game could seem more realistic, according to a Navy official.

Hazing Victim's Parents Not Interested In FAMU's $300K Offer, Lawyer Says

Florida A&M University has offered $300,000 -- the maximum it says it can offer without state legislative action -- as a settlement to the family of Robert Champion Jr., the drum major who died after a hazing ritual last year, a university attorney s