Several people shot as gunman opens fire at Oregon mall

A gunman opened fire at a mall outside Portland, Oregon, Tuesday, a sheriff's official said.

Serial killer caught in Texas a murder addict, police say

Confessed serial killer Israel Keyes was a murder addict who found great enjoyment in taking people's lives, police say.

Winners of Third Annual "American Country Awards" Announced

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"Johnny Heisman" apparel flying off store shelves

Johnny Manziel may have won the Heisman award in New York but he's not the only one winning.

TEEX director appointed to Texas Commission on Fire Protection

The director of the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service has a new title to add to his resume. Robert Moore has been appointed by Governor Perry to the Texas Commission on Fire Protection.

Waco ISD administrator set to leave the district next week

One of Waco ISD's head administrators will be leaving her post next Friday.

Temple offers warming centers for the second night in a row

The Temple Office of Emergency Management (OEM) will keep emergency warming centers open Tuesday night, to provide a temporary warming space for homeless or distressed persons in the city.

Waco man arrested after getting teenager pregnant

A Waco man is behind bars tonight, after turning himself in to authorities late Monday afternoon.

What's the 'right-to-work' battle all about?

The battle over right-to-work legislation in Michigan has renewed debate over labor policy and the role of unions in the American economy. On Tuesday, the state House of Representatives passed two bills that would make Michigan the 24th U.S.

Saints players get bounty suspensions lifted

Former NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue announced Tuesday that he will vacate the player suspensions in the Saints bounty investigation.