Boil water notice still in place for Fort Hood, some Bell County residents

Fort Hood moved from emergency water conservation to normal water conservation measures Tuesday afternoon, as significant progress was made in replenishing the installation's water supply.  

Registration open for 6th TriWaco Triatholon on July 27

TriWaco, a USA Triathlon (USAT) sanctioned Olympic and Sprint distance event in the Heart of Texas, will begin at 7 a.m. on Sunday, July 27 in Indian Springs Park. Up to 800 participants are expected for this event.

Temple fire responds after child swept down creek

Temple Fire & Rescue, Temple Police and Scott & White EMS responded to a report of a child in a creek in the 1000 Block of North 12th Street this afternoon.

Suspect arrested for burglary which resulted in police officer, 2 others hospitalized

A suspect was arrested in connection with a Temple burglary of a convenience store that landed a police officer and two others in the hospital after the suspect evaded arrest which resulted in a crash.

Off-duty Waco police officer pulls driver from burning 18-wheeler before it explodes

The actions of a Waco officer saved one man's life early Tuesday morning.

Texas children rescued from hot car while mom gets hair done

Some brave shoppers jumped into action-- smashing open a car after spotting children inside. It happened Monday in Katy, Texas, as temperatures hovered above 90 degrees. The rescue was caught on camera.

Bryan man behind bars for evading arrest

A Bryan man is behind bars after police say he attempted to run from them. Kendrick Parnell was arrested after police say he forced his way into a couples' apartment and then refused to leave.

College Station municipal court judge elected President of Texas state association

A College Station municipal court judge has been elected to a post in the Texas Municipal Courts Association.

American Idol winner Phillip Phillips to preform at Baylor's Traditions Rally

Baylor University is planning a debut party at the McLane stadium before the start of their football season.

Immigrants posing as 'fake families' to stay in the U.S.

The influx of unaccompanied immigrant children crossing the border may be triggering yet another problem for Border Patrol agents--fake family units.