Protect your holiday decorations from thieves

COLLEGE STATION -- GPS devices, electronics and jewelry are just a few of the items popular among thieves during the holiday season.

Two arrested for car burglaries in College Station

COLLEGE STATION -- Two people are now facing burglary charges after a string of car thefts this weekend in south College Station.

Teacher accused of sexual misconduct with student walks free

Former elementary teacher Patricia Rush is free to walk after a McLennan County judge declared a mistrial. Rush was found not guilty on 10 of 18 counts Monday morning.

Man arrested for robbery near Baylor

WACO -- A man is arrested near the Baylor campus after an apartment complex employee called police.

Police search for suspect who robbed disabled woman

WACO -- Waco and Baylor police are searching for the suspect who robbed a young disabled woman near the university. It happened Saturday afternoon on South 11th Street and Speight.

Punishment phase begins in Sturdivant case

WACO -- The punishment phase began today in the capital murder case of Joyce Sturdivant. Sturdivant was convicted of capital murder on Friday for hiring two hit-men to kill her late husband Joe Sturdivant.

Baylor playing in Alamo Bowl

WACO -- In San Antonio, Baylor has a chance to close its historic season with its second ten-win season in program history.

Man comes home to would-be burlgar

Police are searching for an armed robber who kicked in the door of a Waco house Monday morning.

Sherman fired as A&M's head coach

COLLEGE STATION -- The Aggies were predicted to have a winning season this year but after a six-and-six record head coach, Mike Sherman, is fired just one week after A&M's upsetting loss to the Texas Longhorns.

Study supports closure of two Waco U.S. Postal offices

A U.S. Postal study is released recommending the closure of two facilities in Waco. The study supports eliminating 82 positions locally, meaning job cuts and consolidating with Austin offices.