Police: Mumbling woman pushes man to his death in front of subway train

NEW YORK (CNN) -- For the second time in a month, a man has been shoved to his death in front of a train on a New York City subway platform, police said.

Former Gulf War Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf dies at 78

Retired Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf, who commanded coalition forces during the Gulf War, died Thursday, a U.S. official said. He was 78.

Road rage ends with crack cocaine arrest

Driving on Texas freeways during the holiday season can be stressful. But not as stressful as having a gun pointed at you while driving them. One bad case of road rage has landed one Killeen man behind bars.

Louisiana teacher arrested, allegedly in relationship with student and principal

A former Eunice High School teacher is facing criminal charges Thursday. Eunice Police say Jacqueline Fruge had sexual contact with a student at the school.

Second ETX twister confirmed on Christmas Day

On Thursday morning, officials confirmed a second tornado touched down in Houston County on Christmas Day.

CS offers free Christmas tree recycle program

It's time to box up those holiday decorations and if you prefer the cedar pines trees over the artificial ones, the city of College Station has a free program to take advantage of to get rid of your used spruce.

Waco Humane Society needs blankets for the winter

Hundreds of animals at the Waco Humane Society cling to their blankets, which for some, is their only sense of security while waiting to be adopted.

Bryan PD: Don't take part in illegal activites on New Year's Eve

The Bryan Police Department encourages you to have a safe and fun New Year’s Eve celebration by keeping the safety of others in mind.

NRA president: Schools should have choice on how to arm

National Rifle Association President David Keene said Thursday that schools across the country should decide how best to defend students and faculty.

Newtown official: We're overwhelmed, so please stop mailing us packages

Newtown, Connecticut, has received so many gifts since the December 14 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary that a local official is kindly asking people to stop sending them. The mail office and workers just can't handle the volume.