University of Cincinnati Police Officer Ray Tensing was indicted Wednesday on a murder charge for shooting motorist Samuel Dubose during a traffic stop this month, and the incident was caught on bodycam.
Jia Jia, a popular panda at Hong Kong's Ocean Park turned 37 and Guinness World Record recognized simultaneously for being the oldest panda ever in captivity and the oldest panda still living in captivity.
Pretty soon you'll have a new way to eat fresh at Subway and Walmart is warning its vendors to avoid misleading labels on packaging. Consumer Expert Amy Davis has that and more in today's consumer headlines.
There's a battle of the sexes brewing in some offices this summer and it's all about the thermostat. Experts say the fact that many women want the temperature warmer than men is based on biology and fashion.
One by one 11 people filed out of a home in Alief Wednesday afternoon. Their detainment by Houston police officers -- who had their guns drawn and were assisted by a K-9 unit -- ended a standoff that began as a high-speed chase. Keith Garvin reports.
A piece of debris found off the coast of Africa could be part of Malaysia Airlines flight 370 but officials say it's too soon to know for sure. Some relatives of the flight's passengers aren't sure what to think.
Shell expects to eliminate 6,500 staff and contractor positions this year as it seeks to reduce operating costs by 10 percent. ConocoPhillips is also cutting employees to reduce costs. Mark Boyle reports.
Extended auto warranties, fake debt collectors or credit card services... whatever the pre-recorded call is about, when you didn't give a company permission to call you, those robocalls are annoying and illegal.
July 29, 2015: The family of a 5-year-old child who is blind and cannot walk is left with a concrete-lined hole in their backyard with no plumbing or equipment to the pool and several other components left unfinished. Jace Larson reports.
The Comeaux family may be one step closer to finishing a pool for their adopted son Jamon. After their story aired Wednesday night on KPRC, nearly a dozen pool contractors reached out offering to help them finish Jamon’s pool. Bill Spencer reports.