Walmart store in the works for Bryan's west side

BRYAN -- A Walmart could be coming to the west side of Bryan if the city decides to rezone approximately 50 acres of land near Harvey Mitchell Parkway and Villa Maria Road.

Local anglers report good fishing at Lake Waco

WACO -- "Fishing has been real good." That according to longtime fisherman George Green. He has been casting lines in Lake Waco for nearly 70 years and says his most common catch is crappie and catfish.

Corrections officer resigns after aiding the escape of 3 juveniles

MART -- A Central Texas woman is arrested for helping three boys escape from a Mart juvenile facility last week.

Muppets, Huckabee take sides in Chick-fil-A same-sex marriage controversy

The comments about same-sex marriage made by Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy a week ago continue to generate controversy this week, with politicians and puppets, well at least their handlers, weighing in.

Law enforcement agencies collect tips for Special Olympics

Join the Cen-Tex Law Enforcement and the Texas Roadhouse Restaurant, in Support of Special Olympics.

Court appearance fuels theories about Colorado shooting suspect

Colorado shooting suspect James Holmes' dazed demeanor during his first court appearance has given rise to a multitude of theories about his mental state, ranging from full-blown psychosis to little more than being "some freak," a

Texas receives $3 million in grants to help recent Army veterans find employment

The states of Georgia, Illinois, North Carolina and Texas will receive grants totaling $3 million to develop strategies aimed at helping returning Army veterans find employment more quickly through the public workforce system, Secretary of Labo

Wanted Waco murderer caught in Dallas area

Julius Carter Lozano, 29, who is wanted in the murder of Joshua Baldridge back on May 5, 2012, was arrested last night in Irving, Texas.

Sally Ride, the first American woman to fly in space, dies Monday

Sally Ride, the first American woman to fly in space, died Monday after a 17-month battle with pancreatic cancer, her company said on its website. She was 61.

Texas A&M dedicates national biodefense center

COLLEGE STATION -- Texas A&M has the honor of being the only academic institution in the United States to be chosen by the U.S.