Woman ordered to pay $1 million in cable service scam

A Killeen woman was sentenced to federal prison and ordered to pay more than $1 million in connection with a cable television scam.

Michael Brown suspect in robbery before he was shot to death, police say

Investigators named Michael Brown, the teen shot and killed by police in a St. Louis suburb, as a suspect in a convenience store robbery that occurred moments before the shooting, according to Ferguson police documents released Friday.

Temple police identify victim in Wednesday morning drowning

Temple police have identified the woman who drowned in an apartment complex pool Wednesday morning. Police identified the drowning victim as 44-year-old Ruthie Murphree.

City of Robinson to celebrate opening of new Peplow Park pavilion

Mayor Bryan Ferguson, members of the Council, and City Manager Robert Cervenka invite you to attend an open house at Peplow Park in Robinson in celebration of its new pavilion, located at 201 Peplow Drive, on Saturday, August 16 from

Waco police looking for Target thief

Waco Police Department is looking for a man they say is responsible for stealing some clothes from a local store earlier this month.

Former jailer indicted for sexual relationship with inmate

A former Bell County jailer has been indicted on a charge of improper sexual activity with a person in custody, which is a state jail felony.

RECALL: Ground oregano possibly contaminated with Salmonella

A major company that provides seasonings for food is recalling a product due to possible Salmonella contamination.

Missouri governor: Highway patrol will direct security in Ferguson

State troopers are taking over security in Ferguson, Missouri, after days of clashes between local police and protesters.

Group of students spend their summer helping rebuild their hometown

Most kids spend their summers on vacations but a group of students in West, spent their time off of school, in their hometown lending a helping hand.

Arizona teacher suspected of being drunk in class

A 57-year-old teacher at a San Tan Valley high school was arrested on suspicion of being drunk while teaching a class Wednesday afternoon, a Pinal County Sheriff's Office spokesman said.