Democratic senator Wendy Davis announces bid for TX Governor

Democratic Senator Wendy Davis, 50, who made a name for herself with a 13-hour long filibuster before the Texas Senate, has announced her bid for the office of Texas Governor.

Audit shows importance of BCS sporting events on local economy

Whether it's a soccer competition or baseball tournament, bringing sporting events like these to Bryan-College Station is a huge benefit to the local economy.

Waco's Larry Groth to retire in March

One of the longest tenured city managers in the state is stepping down after Waco’s Larry Groth announced his retirement on Tuesday.

TX man charged with attempted murder after high speed chase

Bossier Sheriff's deputies arrested a Texas man, Wednesday, evening following a multi-parish high speed pursuit in a stolen vehicle that lead to attempted murder of a peace officer and other charges.

Two arrested for prostitution at College Station hotel

A College Station hotel manager calls police after he believes two women are running a prostitution operation out of their hotel room. and now both are behind bars.

Federal shutdown does not affect The Alamo

Despite a slapdash and erroneous online news report, the Alamo remains open for business during the partial shutdown of the federal government.

1 killed, 1 injured after car chase at U.S. Captiol

Police near the U.S. Capitol opened fire, Thursday, on a car being chased by authorities, hitting a woman driving the vehicle that also contained a child, an intelligence source told CNN.

"Fly Waco" Campaign set to run to December

Earlier this week, American Eagle announced they will continue to service between Waco Regional Airport and Dallas/ Fort Worth International Airport.

Killeen PD makes illegal gambling arrests

On October 2, members of the Killeen Police North Precinct Special Investigation Division executed search warrants at 4201 East Rancier Suite 109 and suite 111, The Booze Box store and Gateway Food Mart.

Midway ISD says standardized tests better prepare students for college

The increased number of tests being given to students has been largely debated. Some educators and parents praise it while others say it is excessive.