Local business helping keep Caritas stocked

WACO -- Frugal's Grocery Outlet and Caritas food pantry have teamed up to help keep shelves stocked in preparation for summer. Caritas typically sees an increase in need but a lull in donations during the summer.

UPDATE: Autopsy shows Waco man died from natural causes, not beating

UPDATE: Waco Police say the coroner ruled that 59-year-old Claudie Wagner died from natural causes due to previous existing conditions. Therefore, Waco police will continue to investigate this case as a robbery, not a homicide.

Double shooting in Brazos Co. leaves two in critcal condition

BRAZOS COUNTY -- An argument between a couple ends violently after a double shooting in south Brazos County leaves the pair fighting for their lives.

Bryan fire destorys family home

BRYAN -- A family of six is lucky to be alive tonight after a fire Sunday afternoon destroyed their Bryan home. The fire started just before two at a home off Ravenwood Drive.

City of Clifton water issues addressed by study

The City of Clifton water supply system is presently experiencing deterioration of water quality in the distribution system. Consumer complaints include the occurrence of red and yellow colored water and presence of particles.

Special Olympics torch run to pass through B-CS

The Gulf Coast leg of the Texas Law Enforcement Torch Run will be coming through Bryan/College Station on Wednesday, May 23, 2012.

Rutgers student sentenced to 30 days in jail for death of rooomate

Dharun Ravi has been sentenced to 30 days in jail for spying on and intimidating his Rutgers University roommate.

Texas officials urge caution over Memorial Day weekend

Texans are urged to use caution while celebrating the upcoming Memorial Day holiday weekend – and when doing any outdoor activity that can cause a spark.

Three men attempt to rob Bryan bank, still on the loose

BRYAN -- Three men are on the loose tonight after attempting to rob a bank in Bryan. The call came in shortly before five tonight at the Citibank off West Villa Maria Road and Forestwood Drive.

Former Aggie yell leader candidate arrested for theft

COLLEGE STATION -- An Aggie student who wanted to be the first female yell leader in A&M's history is once again making headlines but not in a good way.