Possible World-Record Shark Caught Off SoCal

Huntington Beach (Kellan Connor) -- A group of fishermen may have broken a world record with a huge shark caught off the coast of Huntington Beach. A fisherman named Jason Johnston, from Mesquite, Texas, chartered a boat out of Huntington Beach on

Highway 21 getting safety improvements after multiple crashes

It's a stretch on Highway 21 that's proven to be deadly one too many times. Over a three week period earlier this year, four people lost their lives in two separate crashes all within five miles of each other.

CSFD Fire Chief retiring

College Station Fire Department's top official is retiring. Chief R.B. Alley is stepping down on June 28th after a 40-year career in the firefighting profession.

DPS awards Purple Heart, recognizes employees for outstanding performance

The Texas Public Safety Commission (PSC) and the Department of Public Safety (DPS) Director Steven McCraw today presented a Purple Heart, Director’s Citation and Life Saving Award to DPS employees. Trooper Troy W.

Local beekeer says bee season is reaching full force

A Moody man died this past weekend when a swarm of killer bees stung him into cardiac arrest. The bee season started late this year due to winter freezes, but is now roaring to it's peak.

Jury selection underway for 2nd Waco 2011 apartment shooting suspect

Jury selection is underway for the second capital murder defendant in a 2011 Waco double homicide.

Waco man charged with injuring baby

A Waco man is in jail, after police say he caused life-threatening injuries to his 5-month-old son. Christopher Franks is being held on a $500,000 bond on injury to a child charges.

Man arrested for first murder of the year in Waco

The man police believe is responsible for the first murder this year in Waco has been arrested.

BREAKING: Judge accepts Colorado theater shooter's plea of 'not guilty by reason of insanity'

A judge on Tuesday accepted a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity by Colorado movie theater shooting suspect James Holmes, according to CNN affiliates KMGH and KUSA.

Report shows lavish spending at IRS conference

The Internal Revenue Service spent millions of taxpayer dollars on everything from event planners' commissions to speakers' fees to guest prizes to parody videos at a 2010 conference, an audit of the agency shows.