Authorities identify Ft. Hood soldier killed in train-involved accident

FORT HOOD, Texas - Fort Hood officials have released the name of a soldier who died of injuries in an incident involving a train July 26 in Copperas Cove, Texas.

Colorado theater shooter charged with 142 counts, including 24 for murder

UPDATE: James Holmes, a 24-year-old former doctoral student who is accused of carrying out a mass shooting inside a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, was charged Monday with 142 counts, including first-degree murder.

New TSTC Aerospace Center now open

WACO-- It's the largest state-of-the-art airport facility at any two year college in the country, and now it's open to the public.

Road closures on University Drive

COLLEGE STATION -- If you've driven down University Drive lately in College Station you know how much of a headache the Northgate District is and it's about to get worse.

Four indicted for illegal horse gambling

MCLENNAN COUNTY -- Four McLennan County people have been indicted for illegal horse gambling.

Local woman gets more prison time for shooting a friend in the head

WACO -- A McLennan County woman is sentenced to fifteen years in state prison after pleading guilty to shooting her friend in the head.

Hearne man stabbed by brother

HEARNE -- A Hearne man is recovering tonight after police say he was stabbed by his own brother. Joseph and John Hedge were at a party in the 500-block of Wheelock Street when they started fighting.

Maryland man who called himself 'joker' taken into custody

A Maryland man who was in the process of being fired was taken into custody Friday after allegedly calling himself a "joker" and threatening a supervisor, police said.

Michelin recalling 841,000 BFGoodrich, Uniroyal tires

CNN — Michelin North America, Inc., announced Thursday it is voluntarily recalling about 841,000 of its BFGoodrich and Uniroyal tires because tread-belt separation may cause them to lose tread and/or deflate quickly. Though no deaths or injuries h

Texas officials urges precautions to reduce West Nile exposure

The Texas Department of State Health Services is urging people to take precautions to reduce the risk of contracting West Nile virus, a mosquito borne illness.