Demolition of some homes begins in West

Demolition has begun in West for some of the homes destroyed by the April 18 West Fertilizer Plant Explosion.

McLennan County man indicted for aggravated kidnapping

A China Springs man was indicted Wednesday on kidnapping charges and remains in jail in connection to an April 11 incident.

President Obama, NYC Mayor Bloomberg get suspicious letters

A suspicious letter addressed to President Barack Obama intercepted Thursday in the Washington area appears to be connected to possibly poison-laced notes sent to New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and an anti-illegal-gun group he founded, a law

Fmr TAMU mascot, Reveille VII, has died

Cadet General Reveille VII, the highest ranking member of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets, has died at the age of 12.

Mystery surrounds death of former star quarterback in Michigan woods

Sometime Sunday, onetime college football standout Cullen Finnerty called his family from a fishing trip to say he was nervous. He wanted off the river.

College Station construction worker crushed to death

A College Station construction worker is dead tonight after police say two shoring panels crushed him to death. Police say the accident happened just after 3:30 Wednesday afternoon in the 8800 block of Burgess Lane.

Bryan FD and Texas A&M Forest Service create "Wildfire Pre-Attack Plan"

It's a homeowners worst nightmare; years of memories and hard work up in flames because of a wildfire.

Multiple accidents on Highway 6 keeps traffic backed up

It was a bad day for drivers on Highway 6 in Robertson County Wednesday.

Killeen PD seeks help in identifying burglary suspect

The Killeen Police Department is asking for the community’s assistance to identify the male involved in a burglary of a local dollar store.

POLICE: Man runs red light while having sex in driver's seat, crashes car

A half-naked man hiding behind a cactus, a bleeding, naked woman on the ground, and a crashed Ford Explorer were all elements of a crime scene in Albuquerque, NM, police said.