SCAM ALERT: Bogus Sprint bills

Well, they're at it again... BBB Serving Central East Texas has received reports of an email scam, this time from someone claiming to be Sprint, asking for credit or debit card card numbers for an immediate payment.

2 men charged in Killeen convenience store robbery

The case was reviewed by the Bell County District Attorney’s Office and a complaint was returned charging 20 year old Timothy Lowell Trimble and 24 year old Tyler George Tomson with Aggravated Robbery.

Louisiana man allegedly rapes one-year-old while babysitting

A Bossier City man is charged with raping a one-year-old Saturday Night.

A&M unveils new football uniforms

COLLEGE STATION -- Last week Texas A&M unveiled a brand-new look for the upcoming football season and it's creating a lot of buzz on the internet and around Aggieland.

9/11 family group decries banning politicians from commemoration

A small group of 9/11 victims' families is contesting the 9/11 memorial's decision to bar politicians from speaking at this year's commemoration ceremony on the anniversary of the 2001 terror attacks.

Texas man finds his car 42 years after it was stolen

It was a reunion more than four decades in the making. Almost 42 years after Robert Russell' s prized 1967 Austin-Healey sports car was stolen, he has it back, thanks largely to his own detective work.

Authorities looking for gunman who robbed Killeen Dollar Store

Law enforcement is searching for the man responsible of robbing a Killeen Dollar General Store Monday. It happened early this morning on the 200 block of E. Hallmark.

Jury selection begins for former Midway nurse

WACO -- Jury selection began today for the former Midway ISD nurse charged with setting Speegleville Elementary School on fire.

Teens charged after escaping juvenile detention

MART -- Three juveniles are in county jail tonight after escaping the Texas Youth Commission facility in Mart.

More Central Texas seniors applying for food assistance

MCLENNAN COUNTY -- Some would argue the days of a comfortable retirement are long gone and statistics from the Texas Health and Human Services Commission reflect that very statement.