Pipeline leak brings crude reality to Arkansas

Heavy crude oil flowing like a river through a central Arkansas neighborhood could keep residents away for several more days as crews work to clean it up.

In Georgia, town requires gun ownership

Nelson, a small Georgia city north of Atlanta, is requiring the head of virtually every household to own a firearm, the city's clerk told CNN Tuesday. The community's five-member council voted unanimously to approve the measure Monday night.

Lorena woman killed in tractor accident

A family is mourning the loss of a grandmother who died today in a tragic tractor accident. A Lorena woman in her sixties was riding on the front of a tractor her husband was driving just behind their home.

Popular I-35 overpass in West closed next few days

The Texas Department of Transportation will be demolishing a bridge overpass starting Monday night, which means a portion of I-35 will have to close down with it.

Fort Hood shooting victims denied Purple Heart

The Army will not be awarding the victims of the Fort Hood shooting massacre Purple Hearts. That, according to a position paper from the Department of Defense.

TX DPS releases 2012 Gang Threat Assessment

The Texas Department of Public Safety has released the 2012 Texas Gang Threat Assessment. This list was developed to provide a broad overview of gang activity in Texas.

Suspect in prisons chief's death may have been freed 4 years early

There are indications that the man believed to have killed the head of the Colorado prison system this month may have been released from prison early because of a clerical error.

Waco PD waits on waiting list for ammunition, guns

An ammunition shortage continues for local law enforcement agencies, despite hopes that the demand would slack off after talks of the federal government implementing harsher gun control laws initially spurred panic.

Gas prices are lower and remain stable in Waco

Many Central Texans are seeing some relief at the pump, as gas prices have been on a decline.

Waco PD still working to identify body found in creek on Friday

Waco police are still working to identify a body found in a local creek Friday afternoon. Authorities say around 12:30 p.m., a resident nearby saw an arm sticking out of the creek, and it appeared to look unnatural.