College Station shooting leaves 3 dead, 4 injured

COLLEGE STATION -- As college students prepare to move in and begin classes, a shooting this afternoon shocks the Texas A&M community and leaves three dead, including the gunman and a local constable.

Four arrested after assaulting mother and taking baby

WACO -- A baby is safely returned to his mother after being taken by the father while the mother was being assaulted in Waco. It happened around 10:30 Sunday night on the 3300 block of N. 21st street.

Local Republican leaders backing Ryan

WACO -- Mitt Romney's announcement Saturday morning that U.S. Representative Paul Ryan will be his running mate has McLennan County republican leaders buzzing with confidence.

Applications for deferred action for DREAMers begins Wednesday

WACO -- Applications for deferred action of Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors, or DREAMers will begin Wednesday.

UPDATE: College Station shooter identified by CSPD

UPDATE (7:00pm): According to the College Station Police Department, the shooter's identity has been confirmed as 35-year-old Thomas Caffall.

Evangelist Billy Graham hospitalized in North Carolina

Evangelist Billy Graham is "doing fine" while being treated at a North Carolina hospital for bronchitis, his spokesman said Monday.

Waco police find man dead in front yard

Waco police are investigating the death of a man who was found deceased in his yard Monday morning. At around 7:45 a.m., officers were called to the 900 block of North 29th Street to reports of a dead person.

College Station man killed in early morning crash

One person is dead after an early Sunday morning crash in Bryan. At around 1:52 a.m., Bryan officers were dispatched to the 500 block of N. Coulter Avenue near the the intersection of E. William J. Bryan for a major accident.

Gov. Perry Activates Texas Military Forces in Palo Pinto County

AUSTIN – Gov. Rick Perry has activated Texas Military Forces (TMF) aircraft and personnel to assist state and local firefighting efforts in North Texas.

West Nile virus prompts public health emergency in Dallas County

A West Nile virus epidemic has prompted a public health emergency in Dallas County, Texas, a judge declared Friday. The virus there has infected 175 people, said Patricia Huston of Dallas County Health and Human Services.