Aggieland has "Johnny Football" fever and "HeisManziel" mania

In a matter of a few months, Johnny Manziel, went from being virtually unknown to Aggieland's biggest star -- on and off the field.

A&M Dean of Bush School pleads guilty in drunk driving case

The dean of the George Bush School of Government and Public Service has pleaded guilty to a drunk driving charge from earlier this year we first told you about dean Ryan Crocker back in August after he was arrested in Washington for being invol

Earthquake strikes ETX again

The US Geological Survey is reporting an earthquake in Shelby County. It happened shortly before 2 p.m. Friday, about two miles southwest of Timpson, TX. According to the USGS, it was a magnitude 2.8.

Baylor professor sees trend in Christmas gifts

There was Black Friday, then Small-Business Saturday, and then Cyber Monday. There's no doubt Christmas has become big business in the U.S.

ETX college athlete makes SportsCenter's #1 top play

An East Texas basketball player made his way to the top of "SportsCenter's Top 10" plays Thursday night.

Baylor students cause stir over FB pictures

Online postings from a Baylor student’s Facebook page is causing quite a stir on campus and even prompting school officials to take action on those involved.

Unemployment numbers steadily improving in McLennan County

Unemployment rates are on a steady to decline across Texas, especially here in Central Texas in the past months.  

Killeen expected to see nation’s 3rd largest growth in households

The Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood MSA is projected to experience the nation’s third largest percentage growth in households over the next five years, according to Pitney Bowes Software’s inaugural Metro Magnets Index.

Worst passwords of 2012 released, did yours make the list?

Did you have a problem with spam or identity theft this year? If so, it may have been because you're passwords are too easy for hackers to get into.

At nation's truck stops, talk of diesel, gas, chicken and eggs

CARMEL CHURCH, Virginia (CNN) -- At the Flying J truck stop in rural Virginia, truck drivers can taste the coffee, smell the diesel and see the future.