Brazos River Authority issues drought plan

The dry conditions and lack of rain in the last couple months has prompted the Brazos River Authority to put the area under a Stage 1 drought plan.

Couple arrested after string of burglaries, fire

A man and a woman are behind bars tonight after Waco Police spotted them with property stolen from burglarized cars in the area.

College Station city manager announces resignation

City Manager David Neeley has announced that he will formally leave the City of College Station organization effective Jan. 11, 2013, about two years after assuming those duties.

Central Texans combat obesity by learning to cook better

We all know obesity is an epidemic plaguing the United States, but it is a problem we can change. In the last year, obesity rates rose in 16 states, and no state decreased their rating.

Waco lights downtown Christmas tree to kick off the holidays

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Downtown Waco, despite the annual parade being canceled this year to kick off the holiday.  

ETX officer hit on job by alleged drunk driver to be fired this month

A group representing an injured East Texas officer is speaking out after the City of Longview decided to fire to her.

Homes, cars, jobs: Americans already making big decisions over fiscal cliff

(CNN) -- Across the country, a sudden shift is taking place. Bobbie Cleave, a retired teacher in Utah, has put off plans to get a badly needed car.

3 more dead dolphins wash up along the Gulf Coast

(CNN) -- The bodies of two dolphins and the head of another have washed up along the Gulf Coast, raising red flags for federal investigators already looking into roughly half a dozen dolphin killings.

"Zero Dark Thirty" take on bin Laden raid courted controversy from start

NEW YORK -- The new movie about the hunt for Osama bin Laden didn't even have a title when controversy began swirling around how it was made.

Newspaper takes heat over haunting subway photo

(CNN) -- The man in the picture has his back to the camera.