Killeen credit union robbed Tuesday morning

Killeen Police are investigating a robbery that happened Tuesday morning at the Heart of Texas Federal Credit Union.

City of Waco will be collecting scrap tires on Saturday

Millions of tires are illegally disposed of in the United States, on an annual basis, which contributes to environmental waste.  

Texas files to seize Warren Jeffs' ranch where children were sexually assaulted

The Texas Attorney General’s Office has initiated legal proceedings to seize the YFZ Ranch, a 1,600-acre property in West Texas where multiple children were sexually assaulted by members of the FLDS.

Police investigating robbery of a Killeen couple

Killeen Police are investigating an Aggravated Robbery of a Killeen couple that occurred in the area of Hoover Street and Second Street, on Tuesday, just before 8:00 p.m.

Bryan Police Department to host Blue Angel

The Bryan Police Officers Association is replacing its annual Blue Christmas with a Blue Angel Tree.

JACKPOT ALERT: Powerball winnings raised to $550 million!

Due to the strength of sales, the winner of tonight’s Powerball® jackpot will have an additional $50 million to enjoy. Tonight’s jackpot has increased to an estimated $550 million with a cash value of $360.2 million.

Texas girl behind viral video gives back to community

A Texas woman finds success on the internet spoofing popular videos, but that's not all.

New York nanny pleads not guilty in children's deaths

NEW YORK (CNN) -- Yoselyn Ortega, the New York nanny charged with murdering two young children in her care at an Upper West Side apartment, pleaded not guilty Wednesday. The proceeding took place at Weill Cornell Medical Center in Manhattan, where

National French toast day

(CNN) -- Whether swimming in syrup, dusted with powered sugar or stuffed to the gills with fruit, French toast has had a recurring role on breakfast tables for many years - or possibly even centuries.

Rice fails to subdue Republicans' criticism of Libya attack

(CNN) -- A conciliatory meeting between U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice and three Republican critics has backfired after revelations that the CIA removed terrorism references in unclassified talking points about the U.S.