Salute the American flag!

(CNN) — Get ready to salute! The U.S. observes Flag Day on Friday. The first flag day was observed in Hartford, Connecticut on June 14th, 1861.

City of West to reapply for FEMA aid

State leaders have spoken out against FEMA's decision not to give aid to the city of West and its public school system.

BCS celebrates Juneteenth with 11th annual Freedom Walk

148 years ago General Granger rode into Texas to enforce the Emancipation Proclamation more than two and a half years after it was signed.

Guess who's back at Fox?

Former Alaska Gov.

College Station names CSFD interim chief

The College Station Fire Department now has a new interim chief. Just a couple weeks after Chief R.B. Alley announced his retirement at the end of the month; the city has named Eric Hurt as interim chief, effective Monday.

Police: Four fatally shot in apparent murder-suicide at St. Louis business

A shooting at a St. Louis business Thursday that left four people dead appears to be a murder-suicide, a police official said.

Recovered diary gives rare view into Third Reich

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- It was a mystery for nearly 70 years: What happened to Nazi Party leader Alfred Rosenberg's diary, a valuable document with insights into the Third Reich? Rosenberg was the party's chief ideologue and became a confidante of Ado

Pet ordinance could bring new pet requirements to Waco

A new ordinance in Waco may soon force "pet parents" in the city to spay or neuter and microchip their pets.

Gov. Perry signs 'Merry Christmas' bill, stands up for religious freedom

Gov. Rick Perry today signed House Bill 308, which allows public school students and staff to use traditional holiday greetings and display religious scenes and symbols on school property. The governor was joined by bill author Rep.

Proposal submitted for downtown riverfront development

A proposal to develop nearly 16 acres of riverfront property in Waco has been turned in. The development of the area is called the Brazos Commons Project.