Local News

Texas takes legal action against EPA

TEXAS -- A stand-off between Texas and the Environment Protection Agency has grown even bigger. Texas has now filed legal action challenging the Federal Government for putting regulations on air quality control.

Runner safety guide for New Year's Resolution runners

WACO -- Every New Year, a lot of people make a resolution to get in better shape. If running is your favorite exercise, we have some very important tips to remember before you throw on those sneakers.

Officials say human remains in Bellmead still not identified

BELLMEAD -- There are still questions swirling around bones found behind a local skating rink in Bellmead. Despite recent reports identifying the remains,officials say they haven't identified the body yet.

Armed robbery turns into shoot-out when store clerk fights back

WACO -- A shoot out between a store clerk and two robbers ends with the robbers getting away. The images in the surveillance video tell it all.

Texas troopers targeting drunk drivers on New Year’s weekend

Texas drivers should expect to see large numbers of troopers out on Texas roadways during the New Year’s holiday.

"Celebratory gunfire" could kill innocent people this New Year's Eve

A common way of celebrating the New Year, could take many lives this New Year's Eve. Innocent lies are lost every year, as a result of disorderly conduct on this night of celebration.

Convenience store robbery suspects identified

Bryan Police have identified the two suspects that robbed the Shell Gas Station in College Station, on December 20th.

Local woman struck by vehicle while jogging

Today, a local woman was hit by a car while on a morning jog. She was running down the 8800 block of Woodway Drive, when a red Cadillac, ran into her.

Released inmates in Killeen get bus route

KILLEEN -- Released inmates in Killeen won't be bothering people living near the jail anymore. Killeen has decided to put in a bus line that would transport released prisoners to locations across the city.

Temple police warn community about a person posing as city official

The city of Temple has been advised that several residents in the Windmill Farms neighborhood, have been contacted door-to-door, by an individual posing as a contract city water employee.