Killeen buries Baby Jane Doe

A graveside burial service was held today for an unknown baby who was discarded in a Wal-Mart bathroom in December. Baby Jane Doe as Killeen Police have referred to her as was found in a Wal-Mart bathroom back in December.

Ft. Hood blows up radio tower

Fort Hood soldiers demolished an obsolete military radio tower in Topsey today using explosives. The demolition was originally planned for Jan. 9, but it was postponed due to lightning in the area.

Kyle Field agreement benefits Bryan-College Station

Ever since talks began of re-developing Kyle Field, the biggest question quickly became: Who's going to pay for the estimated $420 million project?

Head-on collision near Madisonville kills two

Two people are dead following an accident near Madisonville earlier this morning. The accident happened just before 9:00 on Highway 21, about 1.5 miles east of North Zulch.

Actor Danny Glover speaks at 6th annual Texas A&M MLK breakfast

Martin Luther King Jr. day might not be until Monday but the celebrations of Dr. King's life are already underway in College Station.

Waco man arrested after 4 hour standoff with police

After a police chase through Woodway and Waco and a four hour standoff, a wanted Waco man is now in custody. Christopher Carlos DeLeon, 35, of Waco was arrested early Thursday morning on several charges.

Son, stepson of Bell County homicide victims charged with capital murder

The son of a homicide victim has been charged with capital murder for the death of her and her husband, which is the suspect's stepfather. He is in jail on a one million dollar bond.

Waco man arrested for September 2012 shooting during an argument

A Waco man, wanted for shooting another man during an argument over stolen car rims, is now in custody.

Texas Lawmaker files Campus Personal Protection Act

AUSTIN—Texas State Senator Brian Birdwell filed legislation Thursday to allow students, faculty and staff with a concealed handgun license (CHL) to carry firearms for personal protection on college campuses.

Obama's gun violence measures: Would they work?

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President Barack Obama on Wednesday proposed a package of measures intended to reduce gun violence in the wake of the Newtown school massacre last month.