DPS increasing patrol over spring break, targeting drunk drivers

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) will increase DWI patrols from March 8 through March 17, one of the most active Spring Break periods in Texas.

Waco man arrested for shooting at local club last weekend

An arrest has been made, in an investigation into a shooting at a local club that left one woman injured last Saturday night.

Temple man arrested for possessing, intending to distribute 'spice'

A Temple man was arrested on Wednesday as a part of an investigation into a synthetic drug possession case. Taimoor Mushtag Cheema, 38, reportedly possessed "spice", a synthetic drug, and intended to distribute it.

Former CenTex bank VP pleads guilty to multi-million dollar embezzlement charges

The former vice president of First National Bank in Whitney pleaded guilty on Thursday to embezzlement charges.

TX baby born with heart outside body doing well

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Why we celebrate International Women's Day

The calendar is overflowing with occasions to mark. It seems like there's a special day for almost everything.

What to watch for at South by Southwest

AUSTIN, Texas (CNN) -- It's a spring break with a purpose: Ten days in Texas when the entertainment and tech worlds collide on the neo-bohemian streets of this Texas party town.

Cat sanctuary intern 'was living her dream,' her father says

DUNLAP, California (CNN) -- Even if his daughter was fearless, Paul Hanson was not. He supported Dianna's lifelong love of big cats, as well as her single-minded mission to work with them. Yet despite her assurances, he worried.

Nutella-gate! Columbia students swipe pounds of popular spread from cafeteria

When students trade their high school diplomas for college dorm rooms, friends and family wish them luck and tell them to enjoy their new-found freedom by "going nuts." But while most students blow off steam by partying until the wee hours of the mor

'Forgotten' inmate gets $15.5 million settlement from N.M. county

Stephen Slevin's 22 months in solitary confinement in a county jail left him traumatized and physically weak, but he'll soon be a multimillionaire for his suffering.