Woman arrested for allegedly dropping baby to flee cops, possession of marijuana, suspended license

Bellmead police arrested a woman after she allegedly dropped her baby to the ground to escape arrest during a traffic stop.

Temple police investigating 2 robberies that are similar in nature

The Temple Police Department is investigating two robberies, that appear to be similar in nature.

President Obama seeks assault weapons ban

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President Barack Obama on Wednesday proposed background checks on all gun sales and bans on assault weapons and high-capacity magazines as part of a package of steps to reduce gun violence in the wake of the Newtown school m

Poverty simulation gives glimpse into life of the poor

Beaumont (KBMT) -- In Texas alone, there are 4.4 million people living below the poverty level.

Southwest Securities gets released from federal order

Fort Worth, TX (Fort Worth Business Press) -- Southwest Securities FSB has been released from the cease and desist order imposed by federal regulators almost two years ago to force the bank to shore up assets. The Dallas-based bank has remained pr

18 human heads found at O'Hare

CHICAGO -- Officials say 18 human heads found at O'Hare Airport were shipped from Rome and apparently bound for a research facility in the United States, but were held up by customs.

NRA draws heat over its new shooting game

(CNN) -- A month after the deadly school shootings in Newtown, Connecticut, the National Rifle Association is taking heat again -- this time for releasing a mobile video game that lets players learn how to shoot at targets.

Gut-busting restaurant meals named 'dis-honorees'

(CNN) -- Shrimp pasta, steak and eggs, maybe a bacon cheddar double cheeseburger. Sound good?

'I feel like stabbing some of these kids': teacher investigated for deadly comments

New York, NY (WPIX) -- An eighth grade teacher fantasized out loud about what she wanted to do to some unruly students, and it involved a potentially fatal act.

TxDOT increases highway speeds in Brazos County

Highway Six in Brazos County just got a little faster. Wednesday TxDOT crews took down the 70 MPH signs and replaced them with new 75 MPH signs.