For the first time, FDA addresses pet food safety

For the first time, the Food and Drug Administration is taking steps to make animal feed and pet food sold in the United States safer.

FDA aims to tighten control of hydrocodone

One person dies every 19 minutes from a prescription drug overdose in the United States.

Father, daughter reunited in surprise homecoming

Excited about their field trip, 5-year-old Ava Vargas, has just returned back to school. She and her classmates think the media is here to talk to them about what they learned on their trip.

CSPD releases picture of get-away truck in Monday's robbery

Four days ago an armored truck was robbed in a bank parking lot in College Station and now police are asking for you help. New photos released show the get-away vehicle police believe the robbers used.

Texas A&M golf course back open

After a year-long renovation that includes significant enhancements, the Texas A&M University golf course will reopen to the public on Oct. 26.

TX SNAP Food Benefits to be reduced in November

SNAP food benefits in Texas and across the nation will be reduced by an average of 5 percent beginning Nov. 1. This is because the temporary increase in benefits from the federal stimulus passed in 2009 is expiring.

Missing elderly woman located and safe

The Killeen Police Department is happy to say they have located a missing elderly woman. Family members have told officers that she had contacted them to tell them she is safe and at a Christian retreat.

U.S., Pakistan had secret agreement on dozens of drone strikes

Pakistani officials have for years secretly endorsed the U.S. drone program, even picking out at least one target for such an attack, according to a Washington Post report. Neither the White House, the U.S.

Did 'White Widow' Samantha Lewthwaite spy on Kenya mall?

NAIROBI, Kenya (CNN) -- Only last week Kenya police sources say officers investigating the Westgate mall massacre were called to a meeting to explain why Samantha Lewthwaite, the so-called "White Widow," continues to elude them. The pressure is on

Lawyer: San Francisco hospital staffer saw body in stairwell days earlier

A worker at San Francisco General Hospital alerted a supervisor about a body in a stairwell four full days before the facility announced that a long-missing patient's body had been found in the same locale, a lawyer for the patient's fa