HHSC announces women's health plan, local planned parenthood merges with others

WACO -- After barring Planned Parenthood from the Medicaid Women's Health Program the state is now ineligible for federal Medicaid funding. But officials say they have a plan in progress.

Zimmerman to be released on bond; Apologizes to Trayvon Martin's family

CNN — George Zimmerman is to be released on $150,000 bond, a Florida judge ruled Friday.

Most Wanted Sex Offender from Waco area captured in Wisconsin

AUSTIN – Cody James Guzman, one of the Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offenders, was arrested this morning in Wisconsin by the U.S.

Authorities investigating Bryan pawn shop

The Bryan Police Department, the College Station Police Department, the Brazos County Sheriff’s office, and the University Police Department recently launched a joint operation focusing on the selling of stolen items in our community.

19th anniversary of Davidian seige marked today

Nineteen years ago today, a 51-day standoff at a religious cult compound in Waco, Texas came to a tragic end. On April 19th, 19-93, fire started at the Branch Davidian site near Waco, Texas, as federal agents raided the building.

UPDATE: Small plane with unresponsive pilot crashes into Gulf

A small plane that had circled the Gulf of Mexico with an apparently unresponsive pilot Thursday morning has crashed, Coast Guard Lt. Cmdr. Christopher O'Neil says.

Manhunt ensues after ATM theft, schools close

LITTLE RIVER -- Schools were canceled in Little River today after four men from Dallas attempted to steal an ATM from First State Bank of Central Texas near Little River Academy.

Unstable home environment may attribute to obesity in girls

WAC- -- A new pediatric study found that girls living in stressful home environments were far more likely to become obese by age 5.

Puppies siezed from Riesel go to rescue groups

WACO -- The puppies seized from a local puppy mill will soon go to rescue groups across the state and even in Colorado.

Judge sets new trial date in Hasan case

FORT HOOD, Texas -- Military Judge Col. Gregory A. Gross announced his ruling on the defense continuance request in United States vs. Major Nidal M. Hasan April 17.