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Man gets 18 years for robbing pharmacy twice

BRAZOS COUNTY -- A College Station man who robbed the same pharmacy twice while armed with a kitchen knife is sentenced to 18 years behind bars.

Wanted suspect arrested after pulling knife on officer and fleeing arrest

Officers with the Waco Police Department stopped a vehicle on Friday night for traffic violations, near the intersection of New Road and Waco Drive around 9:30 p.m.

Popular anti-depressant pulled following FDA review

The generic version of a popular anti-depressant drug, apparently isn't working for some people. The FDA says tests show that the generic version of Wellbutrin XL isn't as effective.

Ft. Hood soldier killed in shooting

Killeen Police are investigating a shooting that happened in the 3600 block of Holbert Dr. on Thursday.

Judge allows Texas cheerleaders to hold religious signs

After a recent controversy, some tough cheerleaders won a small victory in court. A Texas judge extended a temporary restraining order allowing them to display religious signs at football games.

A&M establishes new equine therapeutic program

COLLEGE STATION -- Children with disabilities and veterans suffering from injuries have a new form of therapy they can turn to in College Station because Texas A&M has established an equine therapeutic program to carry on the legacy of a fo

Police action during Fidelity Street shooting ruled justified

COLLEGE STATION -- A Brazos County Grand Jury has found that all actions taken by police during the August 13th shooting on Fidelity Street in College Station was justified.

Man out on bond after arrest for assaulting his wife with vehicle

A China Spring man is out on bond after authorities say he assaulted his wife with his pickup truck. Sterling Wayne Thompson, 57, was arrested around 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday.

1 dead, 1 injured following Thursday night shooting in Killeen

Killeen Police Department is investigating a shooting that occured Thursday night in the 3600 block of Holbert Drive.

If it’s Not Your Money - It’s a Crime!

Texas Adult Protective Services (APS) reminds all Texans to make it their business to protect people who are elderly or have disabilities from financial exploitation.