Killeen PD need help in identifying credi card theft suspect

Killeen Police need your help by identifying a Debit/Credit Card Abuse suspect who used a credit card that was lost by a patron in the Killeen Mall on Sunday April 7, 2013.

Temple PD seeks help in murder, theft case

On Thursday, March 21, around 5:20 p.m., the Temple Police Department received a report of a deceased subject in the 3100 block of Monroe Avenue.

TX man arrested after routine traffic stop reveals grenade, drugs

A Waco man was arrested after a routine traffic stop revealed he was in possession of marijuana, an unknown explosive device and a grenade.

Teens accused of posting pictures of sexual assault

Three teenage California boys are facing charges of sexual battery in connection with the alleged rape of a girl who subsequently committed suicide, authorities said.

In Arizona, suspicious package addressed to sheriff

A package addressed to a controversial Arizona sheriff was turned over to a bomb squad after a postal inspector deemed it suspicious.

Nuclear North Korea unacceptable, Kerry says

The United States will talk to North Korea, but only if the country gets serious about negotiating the end of its nuclear weapons program, Secretary of State John Kerry said after arriving Friday in Seoul for talks with U.S.

Mistake in classification led to N. Korea info being revealed

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The Pentagon was caught by surprise Thursday when sensitive information about North Korea's nuclear program from a classified March 2013 report was "mistakenly" declassified and discussed during an open hearing

2 dead, dozens sent to hospitals after Dallas-area bus crash

Two people were dead and dozens of others were taken to hospitals after a charter bus bound for Oklahoma casinos overturned on a Dallas-area turnpike Thursday morning, officials said.

New death in China bird flu crisis as Hong Kong goes on alert

HONG KONG (CNN) -- The death toll in China's bird flu crisis stood at 10 on Friday, as Hong Kong authorities announced plans to test all poultry imported from the mainland.

Severe storms fizzle after whacking Midwest, South

A powerful storm that swept across the country will lose its fury Friday and blow out over the Atlantic by day's end, forecasters said.