Local businesses speaking out about construction obstructing their business

The construction underway in the Waco community is ultimately intended to improve the area. However, local businesses are speaking up about the headache it's bringing to their customers and overall business operations.

Mexia man sentenced to life in prison for killing his father

A Mexia man has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for his role in the death of his father and abducting a woman. Chad Michael Musgrove, 27, allegedly shot his father to death.

3 people shot at college in Houston

Three people, at least two of them students, were wounded in a shooting on a Texas community college campus Tuesday, a school spokesman said.

Albuquerque teen accused of killing 5 wanted a massacre, sheriff says

The teenager accused of gunning down his parents and three siblings in their New Mexico home had hoped to go on a killing spree and die in a shootout with police, investigators said Tuesday.

Southeast Texas women to take "revenge" porn sites to court

BEAUMONT, TEXAS (KBMT) -- Southeast Texas women are making astonishing discoveries; their nude pictures on what are known as "revenge websites."

TX - Senator proposes stricter testing for race horses

LAS CRUCES, N.M (KDBC) -- Legislation to change racehorse testing laws in New Mexico has been filed in the legislature by Las Cruces area Senator Mary Kay Papen. Horse racing in New Mexico saw a year where there were several cases of doping, promp

East Texans rally for gun rights on "Gun Appreciation Day"

TYLER, TX (KYTX) -- As talks of gun control continue, people across East Texas are rallying to show their support for their second amendment rights on "Gun Appreciation Day." "The survival of this document rests in the hands of we the people," sai

Atari U.S. files for bankruptcy, but plays on

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- The U.S. arm of Atari, the iconic video game company that created "Pong," filed for bankruptcy on Monday. But Atari will live on.

Pennsylvania girl, 5, suspended for talk of 'shooting' a Hello Kitty 'bubble gun'

(CNN) -- A 5-year-old girl chats up classmates while waiting for the bus after school.

Report: Unemployment to rise again in 2013

(CNN) -- A total of 197 million people were without jobs in 2012, with youth being particularly hard hit, and those unemployment figures will increase again this year, according to an International Labor Organization report released Monday.