Low-income kids get free back-to-school shopping spree

WACO -- "It is really tough this year." Jeannie Grady's three grandkids are just a few of the 13 kids selected to get a free shopping spree to buy brand new school clothes.

ESPN films College GameDay commercial at A&M

COLLEGE STATION -- Last night Aggie fans got a chance to show everyone what the 12th Man is all about.

Most Wanted Sex Offender from Hill County still on the loose

The reward for Dallas Wayne Waddell, 47, a Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offender and this month’s featured fugitive, has increased to $13,000 for information leading to his capture if the tip comes in during the month of August.

Americans flock to Chick-fil-A amid controversy

The row over same-sex marriage could see thousands of Christians flocking to Chick-fil-A on Wednesday, while same-sex couples will turn up at the fast-food chain Friday for public displays of affection.

A&M board of regents to consider name changes for state agencies

COLLEGE STATION -- The Texas A&M System may soon be changing the names of its seven state agencies in an effort to broaden the A&M brand.

Scott and White construction site burglarized

COLLEGE STATION -- A significant burglary at the Scott and White Hopsital construction site in College Station and police say reports of missing items are still coming in.

Man who conned people through fake cancer sentenced to prison

KILLEEN -- After conning dozens of people out of thousands of dollars by faking having cancer. an Austin man is headed to prison.

More claim local mayor sexually assaulted them

NOLANVILLE -- More people are coming forward claiming the Mayor of Nolanville sexually assaulted them. On Monday, Nolanville Mayor Charlie Stewart officially resigned from Killeen ISD.

Local West Nile problem could persist

MCLENNAN COUNTY -- With the number of West Nile cases in McLennan County totaling eleven, experts are saying this problem could persist well into the Fall.

One year Farm Bill extension to go to House of Rep., Texas Farm Bureau opposed

WACO -- Despite the Midwest drought, the United States still has an abundance of food compared to other countries. But in order to stay that way, a lot of planning is involved.