• 10 Things to Know for Today - 01/26/2015 05:03 AM CST
    NATION | STATE OF THE UNIONWilliams responds to State of the Union message

    A snapshot of all being well in America shared Tuesday by President Barack Obama during his State of the Union address does not accurately reflect the state of the country and world affairs, U. Read More...
    (Burleson Star/AMBER WASHINGTON)
    BUSINESS | GROUND BREAKINGHarley dealership turns dirt in Burleson

    Frigid temperatures couldn't keep motorcycle fans from turning out for a groundbreaking ceremony for Stampede Harley-Davidson Friday morning, starting a several months-long project which should complete sometime this summer. Read More...
    BOYS BASKETBALL | BURLESON 48, ALEDO 41Late rally lifts Elks

    Keidric Brown scored three buckets in the first four possessions of the fourth period during a 12-2 run Friday that rallied Burleson past Aledo, 48-41, at BHS Arena. Read More...
    (Burleson Star/BRIAN PORTER)

    Johnson County Sheriff Bob Alford carries the colors at the head of a mounted entry in the All-Western Parade, opening the annual Fort Worth Stock Show. Read More...
    Houston's 2 airports set passenger records in 2013

    HOUSTON (AP) More people than ever are passing through Houston's two major airports. Year-end traffic reports released Tuesday by the Houston Airport System show Hobby Airport was used by 11. Read More...
    Robert Bob Rankin

    Burleson -- Robert Bob Rankin, 65, passed away Friday, Jan. 9, 2015, in Burleson. Read More...
    Zoo offers creepy way for lovelorn to get even with exes

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Feeling the sting of rejection? Itching to get even with an ex? The San Francisco Zoo is offering the burned and spurned masses the chance to "adopt" a hissing cockroach or giant scorpion in honor of their special ex-someone for Valentine's Day. Full Story
    (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)
    Seth Rogen sorry for 'American Sniper' comments

    “The Interview” actor compared Clint Eastwood’s movie to a Nazi propaganda film depicted in “Inglourious Basterds” because both dealt with snipers, he says; but his comments were taken by many to suggest he was dismissing “American Sniper” as pro-war propaganda.