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1 dead following US Marshal involved shooting

One man died Monday afternoon following a shooting involving a  U.S. Deputy Marshal in Waco. At 12:50 p.m., a U.S. Marshal Task Force was attempting to serve a warrant on a man wanted for assault and violation of parole.

Local schools saving money using solar energy systems

Local schools are embracing the arrival of spring and more sunshine with open arms. A few Waco schools have installed solar panels onto their buildings to generate energy. And, the added sunlight helps put money back into their budgets.

School shooter wears 'KILLER' shirt during life sentencing

Ohio school shooter T.J. Lane will spend the rest of his life in prison in the deaths of three students last year, a judge ruled Tuesday.

TX couple not charged in death of adopted Russian child

A Texas couple will not face charges in the January death of their adopted Russian son, Max Shatto.

Gatesville sees third rabies case in three weeks

Earlier this month, the city of Gatesville had two confirmed cases of rabies carried by skunks and now weeks later, they are dealing with a third.

New York City mayor proposes bill requiring stores to hide tobacco

One week after a New York judge invalidated the city's ban on sugary drinks in containers larger than 16 ounces, Mayor Michael Bloomberg is back with another public health initiative, this one requiring retailers to keep tobacco products ou

Inter Milan faces new racism charge

(CNN) -- The scourge of racism within football has reared its head once again, with Inter Milan charged by UEFA over "racist behavior" of its supporters during last week's Europe League contest against Tottenham Hotspur.

Thousands pack St. Peter's Square for Pope Francis' inauguration

ROME (CNN) -- It was with a call for the protection of the weakest in society that Francis was officially inaugurated Tuesday as the Catholic Church's 266th pontiff, before a crowd of tens of thousands bathed in sunlight.

Chinese contractor at NASA makes court appearance

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- A Chinese aerospace contractor, who one senior lawmaker suspects is a spy, made his first appearance in federal court on Monday. Bo Jiang worked at NASA's Langley's Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, and was seized over the

Congress tries to beat new shutdown deadline

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Members of Congress will try this week to lock in a spending plan while softening the blow of sweeping, forced cuts -- a goal that must be reached in coming days to avoid a partial government shutdown.