UPDATE: Suspect arrested in drive-by shooting that injured Waco baby

UPDATE (Thursday, October 18th): A man has been arrested in connection with the drive by shooting that left a Waco baby in critical condition.

Texas Hunger Initiative hopes to eliminate hunger

Representatives from across the country are working on ways to end hunger. And, at this year's Southwest Regional Hunger Summit in Waco, leaders announced that Texas has improved on its food insecurity rate for children.

Texas ranked top state to do business

Texas’ pro-business approach continues to receive national recognition, and Area Development Magazine is the latest organization to take notice by naming Texas the top state to do business in their third annual “Top States for Doing

Highway reopened following fatal accident

Traffic on I-35 North, near Ross, has been reopened, following a fatal accident late Wednesday night.

Update: Killeen PD arrest apartment shooting suspect

Update (Thursday): On Wednesday, October 17, 2012, detectives received information that Cliffton Montague was in the 400 block of South 2nd Street in Killeen.

Mortgage rates fall to record lows, again

Rates on the average 15-year, fixed-rate mortgage hit a new low this week, falling to 2.66%, according to mortgage giant Freddie Mac.

Newly formed "Strike Force" unit already finding success

When it comes to battling drugs and narcotics on the streets, it's a never-ending battle for local law enforcement.

Two arrested in connection with CS aggravated kidnapping

COLLEGE STATION -- We now know more about Saturday's aggravated kidnapping in College Station. Police believe it was a result of a failed drug deal involving several people.

Fire destroys Bryan home

BRYAN -- A house is destroyed and an elderly woman is recovering tonight after fire ripped through a Bryan home Tuesday.

Man arrested in Federal Reserve terror plot

Federal authorities running a sting operation arrested a 21-year-old man who they say was planning to blow up the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in lower Manhattan, officials said Wednesday.