State Department to get independent Benghazi report

After months of accusations and political recriminations, the State Department is getting ready to present the most detailed explanation yet regarding the circumstances surrounding the deadly attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya.

Mandela undergoes surgery, remains hospitalized

Nelson Mandela on Saturday morning underwent endoscopic surgery to have gall stones removed, President Jacob Zuma's office said in a statement.

Nurse's family: 'We love you and will miss you forever'

The family of a nurse who apparently hanged herself after taking a prank call regarding Prince William's pregnant wife Catherine spoke movingly Saturday of their grief at losing the "core of the family" who had surrounded them wit

Hillary Clinton faints, has concussion

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton sustained a concussion after becoming dehydrated and fainting, and will no longer testify Thursday before the House Foreign Affairs Committee on the deadly attack on the U.S.

Connecticut school victims were shot multiple times, medical examiner says

Authorities in Newtown, Connecticut, put together more pieces of the puzzle Saturday to explain exactly what happened inside Sandy Hook Elementary School, one day after a gunman opened fire there, killing 20 students and six adults.

Mother recounts 'living hell' at CT school shooting

This morning, a group of people gathered around a table in a meeting room at Sandy Hook Elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut.

Hippodrome meeting seeks public funds

The Waco Hippodrome is one of the oldest, most iconic buildings in Waco. It’s been dormant for more than two years but it may be coming back to life soon.

Grimes County man indicted on capital murder charges

The Grimes County man accused of shooting his neighbor to death over an argument has been indicted. James Allen Bundage has been indicted on capital murder charges for the September 24th shooting of his neighbor, Patrick McHale.

Falk trial to resume next week

After more than a week of delays the capital murder trial of a Huntsville inmate, accused of killing a corrections officer, is set to resume.

Bryan FD getting new addition to its fleet

The Bryan Fire Department will soon get a new addition to its fleet. During Bryan's city council meeting members unanimously approved the fire department's request to add a $765,000 fire engine into the city budget.