Man arrested for torturing, mutilating cat

An Indianapolis man has been arrested for torturing and mutilating an animal after police said he shot a cat with blow darts.

#TeamiPhone swarms local stores for iPhone 6 launch

After weeks if not months of anticipation, even a rainy morning in Aggieland didn’t keep iPhone enthusiasts from lining up to get their hands on a new iPhone.

Bryan man robbed and assaulted in apartment complex

Bryan police are looking for 2 men after a man was robbed and assaulted in an apartment complex last night.

Bryan Police Department partners with virtual neighborhood watch program

The Bryan Police Department’s Neighborhood Enforcement Team is partnering with Nextdoor.com. Nextdoor is a virtual neighborhood watch program that uses technology to help promote neighbor-to-neighbor communication.

Future of the Downtown Bryan post office in jeopardy

The United States Postal Service is considering closing the post office in downtown Bryan.

Woman finds old bracelet with soldier's photo inside, works to locate owner

A central Indiana woman is on a mission to identify a soldier whose picture is in a Sterling silver bracelet.

China Spring man pleads guilty to January bank robbery

A China Spring man has pleaded guilty to robbing a local bank at gunpoint in January.

Police search apartment, car in case of missing Virginia student

Authorities looking for a missing University of Virginia student searched an apartment and a vehicle in the college town Friday morning, said Charlottesville Police Chief Timothy Longo.

Joan Rivers' doctor denies 'unauthorized procedure,' selfie before cardiac arrest

Joan Rivers' personal throat doctor denies "performing an unauthorized procedure" before the comedian suffered cardiac arrest, a source close to the doctor told CNN.

Baylor Student Senate votes to allow concealed weapons on campus

Baylor University's Student Senate has passed a bill, which could allow students, faculty, staff, and others to carry concealed hand guns on campus.