College Station is the smartest city in Texas

COLLEGE STATION -- College Station is best known for being home to Texas A&M but now the city is being recognized for something much different.

Expect a change in your drinking water after Thanksgiving

WACO -- Shortly after the Thanksgiving holiday you may notice a difference in your drinking water. Waco's Water Utility Services will conduct a system-wide cleaning that will start November 28 and run for two or three weeks.

Man arrested, charged with arson after five buildings caught fire

WALNUT SPRINGS -- A Bosque County man is in jail in connection with five buildings that caught fire last week in Walnut Springs.

Capital murder charge dropped in March shooting that killed two

WACO -- A capital murder charge is dropped against a Waco man who allegedly took part in a shooting that killed two people and left two injured.

Waco mom sentenced after her toddler fell out of moving vehicle

WACO -- A  woman is headed to jail after her child fell out of a car back in April.

Former Waco psychiatrist suspended after sex abuse allegation

AUSTIN -- A Texas psychiatrist with ties to Waco had his licensed suspended after allegations of sexually abusing his young patients.

Keep your home safe from cooking, decorating fire hazards

WACO -- This time of year families are hustling around the kitchen to make sure their Thanksgiving feast is perfect. But families aren't the only ones running around the kitchen, fire fighters are too.

Keep your home, car safe from crime this holiday season

During the holidays spirits are lifted and donations are greater, but those aren't the only things up this season.

St. Michael's will be able to keep its doors open through the spring

BRYAN -- For the past few months parents and students of St. Michael's in Bryan weren't sure if they'd have a school to come back to after the holiday season.

College Station ISD and Brazos County receiving revenue from College Station

COLLEGE STATION -- College Station ISD and Brazos County will soon be getting an unexpected amount of revenue from the city of College Station.