Pitch to the face apparently ends MVP contender Giancarlo Stanton's season

Giancarlo Stanton of the Miami Marlins -- a contender for the National League's most valuable player award -- will apparently sit out the rest of the season after a pitched ball struck him in the face. The impact shattered bones and caused tooth

Copperas Cove offers Drug Take-Back program

The Copperas Cove Police Department is teaming up with the DEA to partake in the Drug Take Back program, an effort to prevent increased abuse of prescription pills and theft.

Multi-agency operation ‘La Flama Blanca’ leads to arrest of more than 20 local Aryan Brotherhood members

In the Waco area today, federal and state authorities arrested 21 Aryan Brotherhood (AB) members and associates, including ranking AB members 54–year-old Wayne Huisinger of Belton, TX, and 39–year-old Robert Eaton of Kempner, Texas,

Big solar storm heading toward Earth

This is not your usual weather forecast. Big storms are brewing. Your umbrella won't help, but you might want to keep a flashlight handy.

Dad accused of slaying kids had history with social services in South Carolina

South Carolina social workers were familiar with Timothy Jones Jr. long before police accused him of killing his five children and dumping them off a dirt road in Alabama, according to documents from the state Department of Social Services.

Brenham Police are asking for help finding 2 men

The Brenham Police Department is asking for the public’s help trying to find two men. Bradley Breedlove and Kenneth Newsome Jr. are both wanted for warrants.

Bryan fire department held it 4th annual stair climb

The Bryan Fire Department held it’s 4th annual Stair Climb this morning to honor those that died on September 11th.

Temple Veterans hold 9/11 remembrance ceremony

As America commemorates the 13th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, in Temple, the veterans hospital held a special remembrance ceremony of their own.

Virtual Reality: Dallas County Rejects Video Jail Visits Contract

DALLAS COUNTY (KDAF) -- All things are seemingly going "virtual" these days — virtual college tours, virtual trips to the doc, and even virtual visits to the jail house.

Richard Kiel, actor who played Bond villain 'Jaws,' dies at 74

Richard Kiel, the actor best known for playing the James Bond villain "Jaws," died Wednesday at a Fresno, California hospital, St. Agnes Medical Center spokeswoman Kelley Sanchez said.