Crime Stoppers looking for shooting suspect

A man is wanted for a shooting last month in College Station and now Crime Stoppers is asking for your help. Have you seen this man?

Daycare worker arrested for two more cases of child endangerment

A daycare operator has been arrested for two warrants of endangering a child. Marian Illene Fraser has had two additional cases stem from a child death investigation that Waco Police Department started in March of 2013.

VIDEO: Woman begs for bigger chest on side of road

Desperate times call for desperate measures, but a woman begging on the side of the road in Florida is not homeless. She just wants help to enlarge a certain part of her body.

ATTORNEY GENERAL ERIC HOLDER: U.S. prisons 'outsized', 'people of color' face harsher punishments

On Monday, United States Attorney General, Eric Holder, held a press conference in San Francisco, in which he stated the U.S. prison population is "outsized and unnecessarily large."

Roads closed after major Bryan wreck

Roads are closed in Bryan due to a major crash. Current Road closures include:

15 patients at TX hospitals develop blood infections from injection now recalled by FDA

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is alerting health care providers and patients of a voluntary nationwide recall of all products produced and distributed for sterile use by Specialty Compounding, LLC, Cedar Park, TX.

Gov. Perry announces key staff changes

Gov. Rick Perry has named Kathy Walt as chief of staff and Jonathan Taylor as director of the Economic Development and Tourism Division (EDT). Aaron Demerson will serve as senior advisor for economic development.

Voluntary recall for Texas compounding facility

Fifteen patients have been hospitalized in Texas after getting calcium gluconate injections, according to the Food and Drug Administration.

Rodeo clown mocks Obama at Missouri State Fair

A rodeo stunt at the Missouri State Fair has come under criticism after a clown donned a Barack Obama mask and stuck a broom up his backside. The stunt took place during the bull riding competition on Saturday night. Rodeo announcer Mark Ficken

Holder to call for scaled-back mandatory minimum sentences

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Attorney General Eric Holder will announce Monday that the Justice Department will no longer pursue mandatory minimum sentences for "certain low-level, nonviolent drug offenders."