Police: Pregnant woman's fetus cut from womb when she answers Craigslist ad

A stranger stabbed a pregnant woman who answered a Craigslist ad and cut her fetus from the womb, authorities said

Spring breaker falls 7 stories to her death at South Padre Island

A second Spring Break death occured at South Padre Island. It was at Padre South Hotel, where a 21-year-old spring breaker fell to her death from the 7th floor balcony around 8:40 Wednesday morning.

Fetus cut from womb when woman answers Craigslist ad

Prosecutors are weighing whether to file a murder charge against a Colorado woman accused of stabbing a pregnant woman who answered a Craigslist ad and then cutting her fetus from the womb, authorities said Thursday. The fetus died in the assau

Missing African-American man found hanging in Mississippi

The body of an African-American man, who had been missing since early this month, was found today by local police in Mississippi, according to a law enforcement official.

Supreme Court takes on specialty plates spurred by Confederate flag

The Lone Star State has no shortage of specialty license plates including "Texas 4 Ever," "Ducks Unlimited" and"Fight Terrorism." But state officials drew the line when one organization sought to have their logo --

March still waiting for first tornado

While Boston and other New England cities have suffered through their snowiest seasons, other parts of the country have some unexpected good news to go along with the record-breaking winter conditions.

'White people only' stickers posted on Austin businesses

Someone is posting stickers that say "exclusively for white people" on businesses in the Texas capital of Austin. And the mayor is not amused.

Global laws you may not have realized you were breaking

A New Zealand bar manager and two Burmese colleagues were sentenced to two and a half years in jail in a Yangon court on Tuesday. Their offense?

Newly released lapel cam video shows Dallas PD shooting mentally ill man

Newly released body camera video shows a Dallas Police officer fatally shooting a man outside his home.

TxDOT refunding $1.7 million for botched toll bills

Billing problems with the Texas Department of Transportation’s tolling system are bigger than the agency had realized, officials confirmed Tuesday, and the agency will be giving back about $1.7 million to to