Texas Forest Service; record 247 counties in burn bans

WACO -- As the temperatures rise so do the record numbers. There are now 247 counties in burn bans, far surpassing the previous record of 221 counties recorded in 2006.

College Station hopes Patricia Street project will bring new developement to Northgate

COLLEGE STATION -- In a few weeks a section of the Northgate District will be undergoing some upgrades. And while the renovations might not be noticeable, the city of College Station hopes the benefits will be.

Car burglaries on the rise in College Station

COLLEGE STATION -- Heads up. Car burglaries in College Station seem to be happening left and right. Police tell Fox 28 they're seeing break-ins more frequently.

Local attorney weighs in on Landrum case

WACO -- 30-year-old Marcus Landrum, a man accused of murdering a Waco resident back in January has once again been dismissed for psychological reasons.

Scorching temperatures can cause heat related illnesses

COLLEGE STATION -- Texans are all too familiar with the heat but this summer is proving to be hotter than normal. And if you don't take precautions before you head outside, the heat just may get to you.

College Station car accident leaves woman in hospital

COLLEGE STATION -- A major accident in College Station has left a woman in the hospital tonight. The accident took place this morning at the intersections of Texas Avenue and Manuel Drive.

Vanhoose senteneced in intoxication manslaughter case

BRAZOS COUNTY -- A man charged with intoxication manslaughter receives a three year sentence in jail.

Texas Engineering Extension Service hosts 45th Spanish firefighter training program

COLLEGE STATION -- As if this heat isn't sweltering enough, imagine wearing more than 50 pounds of heavy gear in the blistering sun.

Shooting suspect arrested in Bell County

WACO -- A Waco man is under arrest in connection with a shooting in Temple earlier this month. 24-year-old William Henry Hamilton was arrested Tuesday for allegedly shooting a man in Temple on July 6.

College Station job cuts not just about saving money

COLLEGE STATION -- Some people will soon be without jobs, as the city of College Station announces they are cutting 27 positions to save almost $1.5 million. Now of the 27 cut, only 11 positions are currently being filled.