Rare vintage airplane in Central Texas, flights for $75

A very special airplane is in the Waco-area this weekend, and you have a chance to fly onboard. Rand Siegfried is in town from California this weekend.

Waco PD searching for two wanted in violent robbery

The Waco Police Department has released two photos of men wanted for a violent robbery that occurred earlier this month in North Waco.

College Station could reconsider game day housing ordinance

There just aren't enough hotel rooms to go around and it's a problem homeowners are taking advantage of, in order to make some quick cash by renting out their houses, even though it's not allowed in College Station.

Man arrested for 8 College Station car burglaries

Surveillance video helps College Station Police nab a "serial car burglar."

Teacher's assistant accidently sends nude photos to entire class

A teacher's assistant at the University of Iowa got a lot of unwanted attention after accidentally sending nude pictures of herself to her students.

Toddlers raped, murdered in crime-ridden township

Two little girls, full of life and loved by their families were kidnapped, raped and murdered. This horrible incident happened in a crime-ridden Township in Johannesburg, South Africa.

British tourist killed in crash of vintage plane in Texas

A British tourist in the United States for his 41st wedding anniversary was killed in the crash of a vintage World War II-era plane in the waters off of Galveston, Texas, authorities said Thursday. John Stephen Busby, 66, was visiting the area wit

11-year-old arrested after allegedly bringing gun, 400 rounds to school

Vancouver (KCPQ) -- Police arrested an 11-year-old student at Frontier Middle School Wednesday on an attempted murder charge after officers located a handgun, more than 400 rounds of ammunition, and multiples knives that they said he had brought to t

McDonald's helps workers get food stamps

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- McDonald's workers should have no problem qualifying for government programs like food stamps and heating assistance. The hamburger chain pretty much admits that in a call made by a worker to "McResources"-- a helpline set u

Europe falls out of love with Obama over NSA spying claims

On July 24, 2008, then-presidential candidate Barack Obama addressed tens of thousands of Germans on the avenue that leads from the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. In a pointed reference to the outgoing administration of President George W.