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Madison High School student with 3 loaded guns in custody

TX - Cops: Student had 3 loaded guns (4/28/14 04:35 PM) Madison High School student with 3 loaded guns in custody By Van Darden Click here for updates on this story San Antonio (KSAT) -- A 17-year-old Madison High School stud

New Braunfels PD: Con man posed as Michael Jackson's nephew 'Gepetto'

New Braunfels (KSAT) -- A man who allegedly billed himself as "Gepetto Jackson," a member of superstar Michael Jackson's family, has been arrested in New Braunfels.

Man stabs 3-year-old boy

A 21-year-old Houston man, identified as Jose Molina is accused of stabbing a 3-year-old boy in the neck in the courtyard of an apartment complex in northeast Houston.

Georgia-Pacific employees released from hospital

Three employees at the Georgia-Pacific paper mill, who were injured Saturday evening in the explosion have been treated and released from the hospital according to a Georgia-Pacific spokesman.

Pet raccoon attacks infant

A newborn is recovering and his mother faces possible criminal charges after Kountze police say a pet raccoon attacked the infant.

Police seek suspect in weekend shooting

Staff at a Waco hospital reported a shooting victim to Waco Police Saturday at around 2:30 pm. The victim was brought in by private vehicle. The victim had a gunshot wound to his lower extremities. .

Coast Guard saves 4 after boat capsizes

Four people were rescued by a Coast Guard boat crew Thursday approximately one and half miles outside the Matagorda Jetties.

Important tips for tornado preparedness

The Center for Disease Control has some important tips for riding out the storms coming this spring. Here are some prevention and preparation measures that some people may not think about taking.

Texas woman threatens to kill workers over botched corn dog

A bizarre story out of Texas. Police said a woman threatened to kill restaurant workers last week over a botched corn dog order.

Texas family plagued with ailments gets $3 million in fracking judgment

When the Parr family started having serious health problems late in 2008, they had no idea it was associated with what they call "a multitude" of drilling operations that popped up near their 40-acre ranch in Decatur, 60 miles northwe