Gonzaga Moves To No. 1 For Second Time In School HistoryGonzaga, the last unbeaten team in Division I, moved to No. 1 in The Associated Press college basketball poll for the second time in school history.
Cubs' World Series Title Voted Top AP Sports Story Of 2016Everything changed for the Chicago Cubs on a rainy November night. A century-plus worth of heartache washed away by a wave of pure joy.
Briles, Ex-Baylor AD McCaw Added To Federal Suit Vs. SchoolA woman who alleges Baylor University ignored her claims that she was raped by a former football player is seeking to have ex-coach Art Briles added as a defendant to the federal lawsuit.
Man Charged In Oklahoma Slaying Indicted In 2 Texas SlayingsA man already charged with abducting and killing a 19-year-old woman in Oklahoma has been indicted in the 1997 Texas slayings of a girl and a teenage woman.
Soldier Who Stole Army Night Vision Items Receives Prison TimeFederal prosecutors in New York say a soldier who stole night vision technology from Fort Bliss in El Paso and sold it online was sentenced to six months in prison.
Manziel Rep: Attorney Who Accidentally Sent Errant Text ResignsJohnny Manziel's spokeswoman says an attorney who accidently sent the AP a text message with details related to the Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback's domestic violence case has resigned from the defense team.
Ex-Texas Deputy Convicted In Apparent Road Rage ShootingA former reserve deputy constable in Texas has been found guilty in the shooting of another motorist during an apparent road rage incident while he was off duty.
A 50-State Look At Officer Decertification For Sex IncidentsAssociated Press reports the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement decertified 619 officers, 79 for sex-related misconduct.
Lawmaker Seeks AG Opinion On Police Showing Religious MottoA state senator is asking the Texas attorney general for an opinion about a police department displaying "In God We Trust" on its patrol vehicles.
Spokesman: 3 Inmates Dead, 5 Injured At Oklahoma PrisonThe names of those killed and injured were not immediately released.
Ex-President George H.W. Bush Leaves Hospital After FallFormer President George H.W. Bush was released from a Maine hospital on Sunday, four days after the 91-year-old fell at his summer home and broke a bone in his neck.
American Airlines CEO Nets $2.4M Selling Company StockThe CEO of American Airlines collected nearly $2.4 million after taxes by selling some of his stock in the company.
FBI Behind Mysterious Surveillance Aircraft Over US CitiesThe FBI is operating a small air force with scores of low-flying planes across the country carrying video and, at times, cellphone surveillance technology - all hidden behind fictitious companies that are fronts for the government.
Sharp Limits On Media Access To Records Likely To Be DroppedThe Texas lawmaker who wanted to bar media access to the names of people involved in traffic accidents now says it probably won't survive a court challenge and will likely be dropped.
Group That Organized Biker Meeting Gets City ProclamationDays after a biker shootout at a Waco restaurant, the same group that organized the motorcyclists' meeting that turned violent received a Waco City Council proclamation designating May as "Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month."