ADJOURNED: Court abruptly called off in Jodi Arias trial

Court was abruptly canceled in the Jodi Arias trial Monday. Judge Sherry Stephens adjourned Monday's proceedings without giving a reason and simply told the jurors court was unable to proceed.

Hofstra marks student's death with graduation moment of silence

Sunday's graduation ceremony at Hofstra University was a bittersweet affair marked by a moment of silence for a 21-year-old student killed by a police officer two days ago.

UPDATE: Dallas firefigher dead after early morning condo fire

UPDATE (12:21 p.m.): A Dallas firefighter is dead after an early morning condominium fire. Friends and colleagues paid their respects as the flag-draped body of Stanley Wilson, 28, was carried from the charred ruins of the condo building.

Killeen looking for potential car burglar

Killeen Police are asking for public help in identifying a person who used a person’s credit card shortly after their car had been burglarized.

Road closed after 18-wheeler loses control and tips over

At approximately 10:00 a.m., an 18-wheeler traveling south on the feeder road of West Frontage Road just south of State Highway 21, lost control and rolled over spilling 80,000 pounds of shavings from oil wells.

TX 'Most Wanted' sex offender arrested in Dallas

Willie L. Sullivan, 57, a Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offender, is now in custody after being arrested on Thursday in Dallas. Sullivan has a violent criminal history and was wanted for parole violation and failure to register as a sex offender.

Senator Patrick announces end of 'C-Scope'

A letter signed by all 20 members of the Board released this morning stated they will notify their 875 school district clients that all lesson plans will be removed from their website on August 31st, 2013 and that districts cannot use any lesso

Firefighter trapped in six-alarm blaze at Dallas condo

A firefighter was trapped early Monday in a six-alarm blaze at a Dallas condominium complex, the city's fire department said.

Bright explosion on moon visible from Earth, NASA says

A meteoroid struck the surface of the moon recently, causing an explosion that was visible on Earth without the aid of a telescope, NASA reported Friday. But don't be alarmed if you didn't see it; it only lasted about a second.

Chelsea Flower Show blooms 100 years

It is 6am and Sue Biggs is surveying the preparations for the 100th anniversary of the Chelsea Flower Show.