Bomb threat at Kyle Field on Texas A&M campus; evacuations underway

Texas A&M officials have ordered the evacuation of several buildings on the Texas A&M campus due to a bomb threat.

Man fighting over a woman now facing list of charges

A Waco man is facing multiple charges after stabbing a man Tuesday afternoon. All of this after an apparent fight over a woman.

Neighbor's concern leads to two arrests

Temple Police have arrested and charged two men of crimes relating to an early morning incident Tuesday morning.

Texas newborn found alive in plastic bag

A newborn is recovering at a hospital after she was found in a plastic grocery bag in the Houston area. Authorities say a woman walking her dog found the baby in the bag on a curb outside an apartment complex.

Groves woman has more than 120 guitars in collection

Groves, TX (KBMT) -- Five years ago, Betty Williamson Hickman and her husband Frank sold their florist, so Betty could pursue music full time.

The happiest and saddest states according to Twitter

(CNN) -- If you're sick of cheerful, happy people, it might be wise to avoid Hawaii or Napa, California. They were found to be the United States' happiest state and city, respectively, in a recent study of geotagged tweets.

Vatican: Pope may change rules to allow replacement vote sooner

CNN) -- Pope Benedict XVI is considering changing the Vatican constitution to allow a vote for his successor to begin before March 15, Vatican spokesman the Rev.

Kelly Clarkson has a few words for Clive Davis

(CNN) -- We've never known Kelly Clarkson to not say exactly what she thinks, and true to form, the singer is giving her honest opinion of Clive Davis' new memoir, "Soundtrack of My Life."

Michael Jackson's son makes entertainment debut -- as reporter

CNN) -- As an heir to the King of Pop, Prince Michael Jackson should not have to work, but at age 16, he has taken a gig as a reporter for "Entertainment Tonight." After receiving an on-camera coaching session on journalism techniques from ET's Br

Zombie foreclosures: Borrowers hit with debts that won't die

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Borrowers are discovering that their foreclosed homes are coming back to haunt them -- long after they have moved out.