Phonebloks: The smartphone for the rest of your life

LONDON, England (CNN) -- What if you could buy a smartphone that would last you for the rest of your life?

'Outrageous': Field trip re-enacts slavery using kids

"You're not a person, you're property." "You're an animal working in the fields the rest of your life." "You don't have any rights, we own you." Not exactly what you'd want yelled at a group of middle-schoolers on an overnight field trip.

Local man jailed for pawning stolen goods

A Central Texas man is being held in the McLennan County Jail on $15,000 bond, for reportedly pawning more than $1,500 worth of stolen items.

Trial date set for former West paramedic accused of having bomb materials

The trial date of a former West paramedic, who was arrested just days after the deadly West Fertilizer Plant explosion, has been postponed.

Trial date set for former Collin Street Bakery comptroller

A trial date has been set for the former comptroller of a well-known Central Texas fruitcake company, after he was indicted last week by a federal grand jury on charges that he embezzled millions of dollars from the business over the

Waco PD warns drivers of hazardous flooding

According to the Waco Police Department, a Flash Flood Watch is in effect for all of Central Texas until Saturday morning. Some areas could see four or more inches of rain over the next day and a half.

Hyperbaric therapy growing in Central Texas

Technology in the healthcare field is ever-evolving. Methods to help the sick change with each new breakthrough. But for some illnesses, the cure is as simple as breathing pure oxygen.

Temple breaks ground on new training tower

The city of Temple will be building a new $2.6 million training tower in December for its Fire and Rescue Department. And today, retiring Fire Chief Lonzo Wallace led the ground breaking ceremony.

Texas Triangle Park receives foreign trade zone status

It may just look like an empty field of trees now but in a matter of time this 1,100 acre plot of land, nestled off Highway 6 in Bryan, will soon be a bustling industrial park.

Mistrial declared after a few hours of testimony

A Brazos County trial is declared a mistrial just about two hours after it began. Judge Travis Bryan III declared a mistrial in the case of Quincy Butler.