Woman gets 57 months for impersonating safety official after Gulf oil spill

A Louisiana woman has been sentenced to nearly five years in prison for impersonating a federal safety official following the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

Feds to probe Connecticut train crash

Federal transportation investigators will work to determine what caused two passenger trains to collide during rush hour in Connecticut, sending dozens to the hospital.

Storm damage from parts of East Texas and Northern Louisiana

The National Weather Service released a complete list of damage from the May 16th severe thunderstorms that rocked parts of North and East Texas and parts of Northwest Louisiana.

Killeen PD needs help locating burglary, credit card theft suspect

Killeen Police need the citizens’ help by identifying a suspect who used a stolen credit/debit card at a local convenience store not long after a burglary of a vehicle occurred.

VIDEO: 77-year-old man hits 3 holes-in-one

A 77-year-old man in Tennessee has accomplished something on the golf course that is simply amazing. For Bobby Robertson and Graton Cannon, just about every day at the Smyrna Municipal Course the ribbing begins early.

BCS Asian Market will remain closed indefinitely

It was a follow-up health inspection at the BCS Asian Market on Tuesday when an inspector found an extremely dangerous fumigant inside the store, which ultimately caused CSFD Station No. 2 to be evacuated.

Bryan man sentenced for aggravated assault

A Bryan man is finally sentenced to prison more than four years after attacking his ex-girlfriend. 58-year-old Daniel Stewart was sentenced this week to 33 years behind bars for an April 2009 attack on his ex-girlfriend.

TX files suit against BP for damages from 2010 deepwater horizon oil spill

The State of Texas today filed a lawsuit against BP America and other defendants for their role in the April 2010 Deepwater Horizon offshore oil spill.

Ft. Hood soldier killed while on leave

Fort Hood officials have released the name of a Soldier who died from an apparent gunshot wound May 13 while on leave in Lexington, N.C.

2 Minnesota women sentenced for funding Somali militants

A federal court has sentenced two Minnesota women to lengthy prison sentences for soliciting donations in the name of charity, then funneling the funds to Somali militants.