UPDATE: 200 acres burned near Ft. Hood

UPDATE -- The Fort Hood Directorate of Emergency Services reported at 8:30 a.m. Friday that the brush fire near the Lone Star Multiuse Range in the northern area of Fort Hood is fully contained.

31 victims identified in widening Texas Air Force base sex scandal

The U.S. Air Force has now identified at least 31 women as victims in a growing sex scandal, a four-star general said Thursday, and there might be more.

Killeen woman arrested for cruelty to animals

Killeen Police arrested a Killeen woman at her residence in the 1600 block of W. Stan Schlueter, for the charge of Animal Cruelty today, just after 9:00am.

State regulators approve increase in electricity price cap

AUSTIN -- Today the Texas Public Utility Commission approved a 50 percent hike in the wholesale electricity price cap.

US Attorney General Eric Holder found in contempt of Congress

The House of Representatives voted Thursday to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in criminal contempt for refusing to turn over documents tied to the botched Fast and Furious gun-running sting -- a discredited operation that has become a sharp

Local man awaits sentencing after pleading guilty to capital murder

WACO -- An Itasca man who is also McLennan County's longest serving inmate awaits sentencing after pleading guilty to capital murder in a 2008 double stabbing.

Kyle Field drawing creating buzz in Aggieland

COLLEGE STATION -- As A&M heads to a larger conference in the SEC plans are underway to renovate Kyle Field.

Weekend opera, fundraiser for noteworthy Midway orchestra

WACO -- It's music not often heard in Waco, by an internationally recognized orchestra of students, all still in grade school.

Calmer winds may aid Colorado firefighters in epic battle

(CNN) -- Calmer winds and lower temperatures Thursday could help firefighters battle a blaze that has devoured more than 18,000 acres and chased 36,000 people from their homes in Colorado Springs.

Congressman Flores releases statement on health care ruling

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the United States Supreme Court presented its ruling that upholds Obamacare. Following the news of the ruling, Congressman Bill Flores (R-Texas) issued the following statement: