Hugo Chavez: No Singing in the Shower

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez told citizens Wednesday to limit their showers to three minutes because the country is having problems supplying water and electricity.

Michael Moore: A Love Story? Not So Much

Michael Moore can dish it out. But can he take it? A cottage industry of filmmakers is looking to take him on at his own game.

Tiffany Registry Offers Gifts for the USS New York

Want to honor a loved one or see your name on a $2,800 Chippendale tray to be used on the U.S.S. New York? Well, now's your chance.

2 Men indicted on robbery charges

WACO — Two Waco area men have been indicted for the robbery of two convenience stores in August. Authorities say Cody Simms, 18, and Austin Artz, 24, were involved in the robberies of two skinny's convenience stores. In both cases police

Missing Va. Student May Not Be Crime Victim, Police Say

The disappearance of a Virginia college student last seen at a heavy metal concert remained a mystery Thursday as state police said they had no evidence about whether or not Morgan Harrington is the victim of a crime.

Mum's the Word for NASA's Secret Space Plane X-37B

There is an air of vagueness regarding next year's Atlas Evolved Expendable launch of the unpiloted, reusable military space plane.

'Ex-Gay' Advocates Say Schools Ban Their Books

Visit a public school library and you'll find an array of books on homosexuality.

Swine vaccines arrive in Central Texas

WACO — Limited doses of the Swine flu vaccine have arrived in Central Texas. Officials say their will not be enough to give to the masses.

Council to vote on smoking ban

WACO — The Waco City Council will be voting on a smoking ban in the following weeks that could make the city smoke free. Officials say the ordinance will take out loopholes in the current one, or ban smoking in the city alltogether. Those

Man Charged With Alleged Terror Plot Defiant in Court

A pharmacy college graduate student charged with plotting to kill U.S.