Ex-Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, convicted of killings, will be retried

Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, who is serving a life sentence for ordering the deaths of peaceful protesters during the revolution that eventually deposed him, will get a new trial.

Cannon from Revolutionary War found with gunpowder, cannonball in New York

This could have caused a major blast from the past. Workers cleaning a cannon, last fired more than 200 years ago, were shocked to find Friday that it was still loaded with gunpowder, wadding and a cannonball.

Motorcycle rider critically injured in Friday night accident

According to the police report, officers responded to a traffic crash at Highway 84 and Speegleville Road at 11 p.m. Friday night. Officers determined a motorcycle was traveling north on Old Lorena Road, approaching U.S. Highway 84.

French bid to rescue hostage in Somalia fails, leading to soldier's death

French forces swooped into Somalia for a rescue mission under the cover of darkness, leading to a fierce gunbattle with militants who officials fear killed the hostage, a French intelligence commando.

Florida tackling python problem with hunting contest

Burmese pythons have been threatening Florida's ecosystem for years, so the state is turning to the public for help in the form of a hunting contest to cull the population.

Reddit co-founder Aaron Swartz commits suicide, relative says

Aaron Swartz, the Internet activist who co-founded Reddit and co-wrote the initial specification for RSS, has committed suicide, a relative told CNN Saturday. He was 26.

Attorney in Ohio rape case: move trial, postpone it, close it to public

A defense lawyer in a rape case that has roiled the town of Steubenville, Ohio, officially asked the court Friday for a change of venue.

Package explodes, severely injures family in south Texas

A potentially deadly delivery to a family in East Brownsville.

Magnolia VFD adding four water tankers to its fleet

Water is a firefighter's best friend when battling a blaze but getting that precious H2O to rural areas can often times pose a problem. Now Montgomery County residents living in the country can feel a little bit safer.

Bryan man arrested for selling PCP from his place of employment

Police say a Bryan Long John Silver's employee wasn't just selling fish sticks at the eatery but also PCP.