Obama and Holder hone their messages on race-tinged issues

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- They are the nation's first African-American President and attorney general, so Barack Obama and Eric Holder always were going to face extra scrutiny over their approach to racially charged issues. Conservative critics howled

Agency: Pentagon broke law in Bergdahl prisoner swap

The Pentagon broke federal law by exchanging five Taliban detainees for Army Sgt.

4 firefighters injured when Ice Bucket Challenge goes wrong

An ALS Ice Bucket Challenge went terribly wrong in Campbellsville, Kentucky, when four firefighters were seriously injured after participating in a group event, according to Campbellsville Police Chief Tim Hazlette. Electricity from a power lin

Governor orders drawdown of National Guard in Ferguson

FERGUSON, Missouri (CNN) -- The tide may be turning in Ferguson, Missouri. For the first time since a white police officer fatally shot unarmed black teenager Michael Brown, the streets emptied early Thursday. Protest crowds thinned from hund

Brooklyn Bridge flags expected to be returned to NYPD Friday

NEW YORK (CNN) -- Two American flags that were taken from the Brooklyn Bridge are now in the United States and are expected to be returned to the New York Police Department Friday, a law enforcement official tells CNN. The NYPD said they believe

Baylor welcomes record number of freshmen students

A record number of freshmen students are settling into their dorms this week at Baylor.

Midway ISD amps up district security before school resumes

One local school district has been busy over the summer, making sure they have the best security around to ensure everyone's safety.

Obama 'third term' label concerns some with Clinton ties

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Very few confidants and former aides were frenzied when Hillary Clinton came under fire for questions about her age, health and wealth. Their view, for the most part, was Clinton is obviously healthy - look at the schedule sh

Texas attorney arrested in murder-for-hire plot

An attorney who practices law in Corpus Christi and maintains an office in San Antonio was arrested Wednesday for criminal solicitation of capital murder.

Local man accused of soliciting 13-year-old girl

A Mart man was arrested by police and charged with online solicitation of a minor on Wednesday. Michael James Reid, 27, was taken to McLennan County Jail and held on a $10,000 bond.