86 central Texans arrested in sex offender roundup

CENTRAL TEXAS -- Nearly 90 central Texas residents have been arrested during a 10-week operation that concluded today.

Baylor Regents approve $120 million for capital improvements

WACO -- Today Baylor University Regents approved $120 million toward capital improvements throughout campus. This is the largest investment in campus construction in seven years.

Police seek four men who stole 38 iPads from Walmart

KILLEEN -- Police tonight are still looking for four men who stole nearly forty iPads from a Walmart in Killeen.

Drivers need to be careful when buses are on the road

BRYAN -- It's pretty hard to miss a bright yellow school bus on the road but that wasn't the case yesterday when a driver pulled out in front of a Bryan ISD bus full of kids.

College Station ISD considering changing school start times

COLLEGE STATION -- Texas school districts continue to suffer from massive budget cuts and College Station ISD is no different.

Producing enough food for 7 billion population

WACO -- As Gene Hall puts it, it was a Halloween gift to the world. The 7 billionth person on the planet was born Monday. But an increasing population needs increasing food production.

Expo sparks high schoolers interests

WACO -- It's no secret that jobs are hard to come by these days. But Region 12 in Waco kicked-off its Generation Texas Month Wednesday, which is designed to help students get ready for college or the work force.

Gabriel Hall receives court-appointed attorney

BRAZOS COUNTY -- The 18-year old man accused of killing a former Texas A&M professor and critically injuring his wife in their Southwest College Station home last month went before a judge this morning to determine if he could pay for an at

Teachers get educated on gang behavior in schools

WACO -- Today in Waco, teachers from several central Texas school districts were educated on gang behavior and its impact on schools.

Prescription overdose deaths triple in ten years

WACO -- A new report from the Center for Disease Control said more and more Americans are dying from prescription drug overdose.