Increased ozone may push city of Waco to regulations

You can't see it and you can't feel it but there's something in the air that can harm you without you even knowing it.

New immunization needed for 2011 school year

WACO -- It's school immunization crunch time again and local clinics are filling up quickly with those trying to meet the Texas standards before school starts. There are a few new ones to lookout for this year.

Stores are stocking up for tax-free weekend

WACO -- Everyone loves a great deal, and thanks to the upcoming tax-free weekend, stores are packing on the savings.

Back to school safety tips

COLLEGE STATION -- The summer is winding down and there are only six days left until the new school year starts, which means a lot of nerves, excitement and fear.

Bryan man arrested for driving stolen vehicle

BRYAN -- An 18 year-old Bryan man is in jail tonight after he was caught driving a stolen vehicle early this morning.

Euthanizing dogs that attack

Back in July an elderly man in Waco was brutally attacked by two unchained dogs and had to be hospitalized.  As a result those dogs were sent to the waco humane society where they were later euthanized.

Human skull found in Temple street

TEMPLE -- How would you feel if you were walking around outside and came across a human skull? Well one Temple resident is experiencing just that.

Waco ISD feels stress of largest budget cut so far

Waco ISD is definitely feeling the financial squeeze after another round of Texas budget cuts.

Goodwill fire destroys donations

Police are still investigating what started the fire that destroyed a section of a Goodwill warehouse.  

Locals react to SEC's announcement about Texas A&M

COLLEGE STATION -- The Texas A&M football team is making headlines, and the season hasn't even started yet. For the past week the Aggies have been the talk of the town, as rumors spread they could be heading to the SEC.