Tattoo festival brings people, art to DT Waco

Waco will be hosting the IMMERSED IN INK tattoo convention this weekend which starts Friday afternoon.

Baylor regents approve funding for new business school building

At its February meeting, the Baylor University Board of Regents approved public fundraising for a new 275,000-square-foot business school building that will expand the school’s size and reach by nearly 40 percent.

Bryan man arrested for assaulting girlfriend

A Bryan man gets violent with his pregnant girlfriend and lands himself in jail.

Hundreds of patients take advantage of free dentistry in Bellmead

Hundreds of patients flooded Acre Wood Dental in Bellmead, as early as 5 a.m. Friday morning, all to receive free dental services.

Funeral services set for CSHS student

Funeral arrangements have been made for a 15-year-old who collapsed during gym class on Tuesday at a College Station High School.

TX bill to limit junk food bought with food stamps

Some folks in Texas may soon be limited on how much junk food they can purchase.

Fort Hood, Texas A&M Forest Service sign aid agreement

A new agreement signed here, Feb. 4, formalized a long-standing relationship between the post's fire department and the Texas A&M Forest Service.

Killeen PD sees rise in reported scams

Killeen Police has seen an increase in the amount of reported scams and now they’re advising the public to be aware. Some of the scams include lottery scams, online phishing scams and the grandparent scam.

Super Bowl outage blamed on electrical relay device

The cause of Sunday's power outage at the Super Bowl in New Orleans has been traced to an electrical relay device, Entergy New Orleans Inc. announced Friday.

Waco police working to identify person responsible for selling stolen batteries for scrap

Waco police are looking to identify the person responsible for selling stolen batteries for scrap.