Authorities Release Austin Bomb Investigation DocumentsAuthorities on Monday released an affidavit used to support an arrest warrant for suspect Mark Conditt. Investigators used bomb evidence, video surveillance, interviews and phone records to chart a path to Conditt.
Austin Police Chief Calls Bomber 'Domestic Terrorist'The Austin police chief says a "domestic terrorist" set off a series of explosions that killed two people and severely wounded four others in the Texas capital.
Congressman: Austin Bombing Suspect Called Himself A 'Psychopath'The suspected Austin bomber called himself a "psychopath" in a recorded confession and said he felt no remorse for deadly explosions that killed two people and terrorized the city, a U.S. congressman said Saturday.
News Now: Students Marching, DFW GrowingStudents across the country will march tomorrow to bring awareness about school shootings and gun control legislation. Plus, the Census Bureau says that North Texas is the fastest growing metropolitan area in the country.
Austin Bombings: Roommate's Mom Says Son Held Until Bomber DiedThe mother of a man who lived with suspected serial bomber Mark Conditt in a home north of Austin says her son was kept in police custody until after Conditt died in a fatal confrontation with officers.
"I Wish I Were Sorry But I Am Not": Austin Bombing Suspect Recorded Statement On CellphoneDuring the more than 25 minute statement, Conditt described himself as a "psychopath" and said he feels as though he has been disturbed since childhood, a person confirmed to CBS News' senior investigative producer Pat Milton.
Hunt For Austin Bomber Frustrated Police Before BreakthroughThe trail to Mark Conditt included many dead ends among more than 500 phoned-in tips. There were theories that didn't pan out and surveillance cameras that failed to record a glimpse of the suspect.
News Now: Interstate-20 Crash, Austin BomberWe're keeping an eye on a gravel hauler crash that's blocked eastbound Interstate-20 in Dallas County, and following the latest updates on the Austin bomber investigation.
Austin Bomber Describes Bombs He Constructed In Recorded Confession On His PhoneAustin's Police Chief said Mark Conditt did not mention terrorism or hate, but described the recording as an outcry from a troubled young man with challenges.
Austin Bombings: ATF Confirms Components, Explosives Found In Suspect's HomeThe suspect in the Austin bombings is dead after a Wednesday morning incident along Interstate-35 in Round Rock, according to FBI and law enforcement sources.
Bombing Suspect's Family Describes Him As 'Kind, Computer Geek'Bombing suspect Mark Conditt's family says they are "devastated and broken" at the news of his involvement.
Mark Anthony Conditt: What We Know About Austin Bombings SuspectWhat we know about the man accused of the deadly Texas explosions.