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Tambourine player tased during church service

Edmond, OK (KFOR) -- Most churches encourage praise and worship. In fact, the Bible states, "make a joyful noise to the Lord." But 50-year-old Vickey Sue Beyersdorfer apparently went a bit too far.

31 victims identified in widening Texas Air Force base sex scandal

The U.S. Air Force has now identified at least 31 women as victims in a growing sex scandal, a four-star general said Thursday, and there might be more.

Synthetic drugs may have short term popularity

WACO -- It's like something out a horror film complete with zombie attacks, hysteria and sacrificing small animals. But this time, it's real.

Saudi student convicted in Texas bomb plot

A 20-year-old Saudi student in Texas has been convicted by an Amarillo federal jury of attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction.

Louisiana father won't face charges after infant dies in hot car

UPDATE: The death of an 11-month-old has a community shocked, and wondering why no charges have been filed. We spoke with the Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office, and they explained the situation.

Texas mom denies selling baby in ad

Dallas, TX -- Brittany Hill says it is hard to be locked away in jail, unable to see her infant son and even worse she says is being accused of trying to sell him for cash. "It is hurtful, it really is," Hill says.

Acadian Ambulance expands service area in South Texas

LAFAYETTE, La. — Acadian Ambulance has expanded its service area in South Texas with the addition of Medina County’s ESD 4.

Operation Roadcheck 2012 leads to 8,000 truck and bus inspections

AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) inspected more than 8,000 commercial motor vehicles during a three-day inspection effort earlier this month as part of Roadcheck 2012.

Police: Same-sex couple shot in Texas park; has 'earmarks of a targeted attack'

Two women, who were apparently dating, were shot in a small south Texas town over the weekend.

Governor Rick Perry responds to Supreme Courts decision on Arizona immigration

Gov. Rick Perry today released the following statement regarding the Supreme Court’s decision on Arizona’s immigration law: