After Campus Stabbings, Texas House Eases Knife RestrictionsA week after one University of Texas student was killed and three others injured in a knife attack on campus, the state House has voted to allow carrying large knives in many areas of the state.
TSA Discovers 80 Firearms In Carry-On Bags Around Nation Last WeekOf the 80 firearms discovered, 65 were loaded and 26 had a round chambered, according to a weekly TSA blog.
Retired Machinist Building Knives In CleburneA former Bell Helicopter machinist calls Cleburne home. Though Paul Henicke is retired, he's as busy as ever using the skills he learned on the job.
Other Parts of the Paper: Spelling StabbingVeteran Newspaper Boy Brendan Smith tells a story about a crazy ex-girlfriend and a stabbing due to the misspelling of one's name.
Feds Delay Policy To Allow Small Knives On PlanesA new policy allowing passengers to carry small knives on planes was put on hold by federal officials on Monday.
Flight Attendants Fighting Knife Rule ReversalFlight attendants with American Airlines are handing out papers to North Texas travelers as a demonstration against the TSA's decision to allow some knives back on airplanes.
American Airlines, Southwest Flight Attendants Oppose Knives On PlanesThe plan to let airline passengers carry small knives on board planes will be grounded, if some flight attendant groups have their way.
Travelers, Flight Attendants React To TSA Policy ChangesStarting April 25th, the TSA will allow sporting equipment to be checked through security and onto the plane - gear such as golf clubs, hockey and lacrosse sticks, ski poles, and novelty bats.
Martha & Emeril Accused Of Knock-Off KnivesMartha Stewart, Emeril Lagasse and the Home Shopping Network are being sued by a German trade association for allegedly selling knock-off knives.