Red Cross Supports Local Firefighters During Warehouse Blaze

WACO, TX, November 5, 2012 — The American Red Cross is providing ice, water, snacks and support for approximately 20 firefighters battling a warehouse fire on New Dallas Highway in Bellmead.

McLane Advanced Technologies Hosts Golf Tournament to Benefit the United Way of Central Texas

TEMPLE, Texas (November 2, 2012) McLane Advanced Technologies (MAT), a global provider of Information Technology and logistics solutions, will be hosting a golf tournament on Monday, November 5, 2012 to benefit the United Way of Central Texas.

Hillsboro ISD receives $25,000 grant to build greenhouse

HILLSBORO, Texas (Nov. 5, 2012) – Many schools around the country are giving students the opportunity to get “down and dirty” outside the classroom.

Magnitude-2.0 quake shakes New Jersey

(CNN) -- As if they haven't had enough headaches in New Jersey in the past week, on Monday morning they added earthquake to the list.

African painted dogs kill young boy at Pittsburgh Zoo

A group of African painted dogs killed a boy who fell into their exhibit Sunday at the Pittsburgh Zoo. Barbara Baker, the zoo's president, said the child was around 3 years old.

New York faces 'massive housing problem' after Sandy, governor says

Kevin Cordova's family tried cooking hot food to stay warm. They wore their winter coats inside and buried themselves under blankets.

5-year-old hit by minivan at Killeen intersection

A 5-year-old girl was flown to a nearby hospital this afternoon after she was hit by a SUV.

Scott & White announce construction to correct building defects

Scott & White Memorial Hospital in Temple will begin reconstruction of the exterior of its main facility, the Center for Advanced Medicine (CAM), in early 2013.

Woman arrested after high speed chase in Killeen

The Killeen Police Department is investigating a robbery that occurred Friday afternoon, where one suspect was taken into custody while the other remains at large.

A&M issues "code maroon" after possible armed man on campus

COLLEGE STATION -- Just two weeks after a bomb threat that ended in 50,000 plus people evacuated from Texas A&M's campus tensions are once again high after a "code maroon" was sent out Thursday afternoon about the possibility