Closing arguments set to start in Zimmerman trial

The trial of George Zimmerman, which has highlighted the issues of race and gun violence, is set to begin closing arguments Thursday. Zimmerman, 29, is accused of second-degree murder in the February 26, 2012, death of Trayvon Martin, a 17-year-ol

Randy Travis 'critical' after stroke, surgery

Randy Travis suffered a stroke and underwent surgery to relieve pressure on his brain Wednesday evening, his publicist said. "Mr. Randy Travis is out of surgery and in critical condition," the hospital website announced Wednesday night.

Concert director brings tearful testimony to Michael Jackson death trial

LOS ANGELES (CNN) -- Kenny Ortega choked up with emotion as he read aloud an e-mail he wrote days before Michael Jackson's death. "He was like a lost boy," Ortega read.

Diet soda may do more harm than good

Diet soda drinkers have the same health issues as those who drink regular soda, according to a new report published Wednesday. Purdue University researchers reviewed a dozen studies published in past five years that examined the relationship betwe

America's night out against crime

On Tuesday, October 1, 2013, neighborhoods throughout Killeen are being invited to join forces with thousands of communities across the United States for the 30th Annual National Night Out crime and drug prevention event.

Traffic backed up 9 miles after fatal I-35 wreck in Waco

A wreck on I-35 south has caused traffic to be backed up nine miles near mile marker 320 in Waco. Waco police say a truck rolled over and one person was killed.

Bryan city council approves BFD resolution to hire 33 new employees

With budget cuts all across the country, staffing fire departments is getting more and more difficult.

TX man sentenced in area armored car robberies

Walter Keitric Freeman, 24, of Houston, has been ordered to federal prison following his conviction in the robbery and attempted robbery of two armored cars operating in and around Houston, United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson announced toda

CSPD looking for two armed robbery suspects

A College Station conveinece store is robbed at gunpoint and now police are looking for two men who they say are responsible.

12 TAMU students to be chosen for models in War Hymn Memorial

Twelve Aggies will get the chance to saw varsity’s horns off … forever! Yes! Twelve students will be chosen to model for the figures in the new War Hymn Memorial.