Central Texas American Red Cross prepared to help with hurricane relief

100 Central Texas volunteers are on standby in Waco and surrounding areas for the next two days, in the event they are called to assist with Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.

Rennovations underway in downtown Waco

Old buildings, vacant lots, and lack of a sense of community have been the story for downtown Waco for decades.  

Sandy's trail of devastation: 16 dead, millions in the dark -- and it's not over

The destruction caused by Superstorm Sandy mounted Tuesday morning as electrical fires and record power outages added to the misery of devastating flooding in the Northeast.

Ft. Worth-area pastor beaten to death with electric guitar

A pastor of a church near Fort Worth, Texas is dead after a bizarre incident Monday morning.

Specialized health hospital one step closer to coming to College Station

COLLEGE STATION -- Two weeks ago the College Station city council approved the master plans for a new medical district in south College Station.

CS man caught breaking into cars red-handed

COLLEGE STATION -- A College Station man's quick-thinking while he watched his car being burglarized results in a thief being caught red-handed.

CS woman arrested for stealing from employer

COLLEGE STATION -- Surveillance cameras catch a College Station food mart employee stealing from the register.

College Station police looking for K-9 involved in dog bite case

COLLEGE STATION -- A German Shepard snaps at a person in College Station near Treeline Drive at The Reserve and now police need your help locating the dog so they can rule out the possibility of rabies.

Crane partially collapses, dangles over New York street

A crane atop a luxury Manhattan skyscraper under construction partly collapsed Monday, leaving its arm precariously perched and hanging over West 57th Street.

Functioning smoke detectors save lives

Changing the clock for daylight savings time isn't the only thing you need to be on top of this weekend.