Man pleads guilty to July 2012 murder of ex-girlfriend

A McLennan County man has pleaded guilty to the July 2012 murder of his estranged girlfriend.

Body found in trunk of missing woman's abandoned vehicle

Authorities are investigating the circumstances surrounding the discovery of an abandoned vehicle that belongs to a missing woman, which also turned out to have a body in the trunk.

Man arrested for weekend shooting at Bellmead hotel

Bellmead police have arrested a man they say is responsible for shooting at another man through the window of a Bellmead hotel room.

Group of thieves target A&M tailgaters

An Aggie fan looking to have a good time tailgating this weekend was woken up by thieves trying to steal his electronics.

Man escapes police custody after arrest

A College Station man arrested for public intoxication is now facing more serious charges after police say he escaped their custody. Kenneth Wallen was arrested Saturday in the 200 block of College Main for public intoxication.

College Station PD investigating indecency with a child

On Saturday night officers with the College Station Police Department were dispatched to the College Station Medical Center for a reported indecency with a child call.

Belton to receives $3M for 9th Ave. project

The city of Belton has received nearly $3 million to help fund the 9th Avenue project. The Killeen-Temple Metropolitan Organization will give the city federal dollars to help extend 9th Avenue from Loop 121 to University Drive.

Woman arrested for assaulting soccer official

A soccer game at Veteran's Park got a little too rowdy after an official was attacked. Police say Bibiana Gomez was arrested and charged with assault after she attacked the referee.

MCC agrees with Tech to make transferring easier

Last week, MCC signed an agreement with Baylor to make the transfer process between the two much easier for Baylor-bound students. And now, MCC has partnered up with Texas Tech as well.

Killeen animal officials review city snake ordinance

The Killeen Animal Advisory Committee has reviewed the city's current ordinance regarding venomous reptiles to look at what changes can be made.