Bar association to hold free legal clinic for veterans in Navasota

Veterans who need legal advice or legal assistance can visit a free legal clinic scheduled in Navasota/Grimes County on Saturday, July 28, 2012, in conjunction with the Veterans Legal Initiative, a coalition of local bar associations providing

Quick response by mailman lands three in jail for home invasion

KILLEEN -- A local mailman reports a home invasion in progress, now three Killeen men are behind bars.

CS fire stations to get new alert system

COLLEGE STATION -- In an emergency, response times are critical.

Local and national need for blood donations

Blood supplies are notoriously low during the summer, but this year there is a much greater shortage.

Sentencing began today in trial of former school nurse who pleaded guilty to arson

WACO -- Sentencing began today for a former Speegleville nurse accused of setting the school on fire. Mary Lucille Gutierrez pleaded guilty to setting the elementary school on fire last August.

Police investigate shooting victim found in front yard

KILLEEN -- A man was found dead early this morning with a gunshot wound to his chest. Tonight police are looking for leads since there's a  lack of details surrounding the incident.

Needles found in sandwiches, Delta says; FBI to investigate

The FBI says it has launched an investigation into the discovery of sewing needles in four turkey sandwiches on separate Delta Air Lines flights from Amsterdam to the United States.

Killeen Community invited to forum at police headquarters

The Killeen Police Department cordially invites you to attend a Community Forum to be held on Thursday, July 19, 2012 at 6pm.

Police: Alabama bar shooting suspect in custody

The suspect in an early morning shooting at a bar in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is in custody, Tuscaloosa police Sgt. Brent Blankley said Tuesday. Blankley said the police would disclose more details at a 2 p.m. ET news conference.

SCAM ALERT: Bogus Sprint bills

Well, they're at it again... BBB Serving Central East Texas has received reports of an email scam, this time from someone claiming to be Sprint, asking for credit or debit card card numbers for an immediate payment.