Jasper woman gets $75,000 settlement in police brutality case

Jasper woman who filed a civil rights lawsuit after she says she was beaten by Jasper police officers has won a $75,000 settlement according to her attorney.

Stadium deaths: What's behind the fatal falls?

It happened again Sunday. A woman leaped from the third level of the Oakland Coliseum during the Raiders football game. She survived the 40 to 50-foot drop when a Marine vet who happened to be leaving the stadium shielded her fall with his body.

Killeen Police investigate crash that involves theft

Killeen Police are currently investigating a crash that occurred on Trimmier Road after the driver was involved in a robbery.

TxDOT urges patience, planning this holiday weekend

This week millions of Central Texans will be travelling to visit family for Thanksgiving, but TxDOT wants to urge drivers to take it easy.

Waco PD looking for woman involved in near-fatal stabbing

The Waco Police Department is looking for a woman who stabbed a man trying to break up a bar fight Saturday night in Waco. A 39-year-old Hispanic male was trying to break up a fight at AD’s Tejano Bar on 423 S. 18th Street.

Bryan pawn shop robbed at gunpoint

Scary moments for customers and employees at a Bryan pawn shop Sunday. Police say a Hispanic man entered the Cash America Pawn shop located off South Texas Avenue shortly before five with a gun.

CSPD officer punched in the face

A College Station Police officer is punched in the face Saturday while trying to break up a fight at an apartment complex.

CSPD looking for man who pulled knife during fight

Early Sunday morning, officers with the College Station Police Department responded to the 1300 block of Harvey Road for a report of a civil disturbance involving a knife.

Texas A&M one of the best colleges for veterans

Texas A&M ranks as one of the top five best universities in the nation for veterans, according to U.S. News & World Report’s inaugural “Best Colleges of Veterans” poll.

WH: Obamacare website 'on track' to meet Nov. 30 goal

 Obama administration officials are sounding increasingly confident they will meet the President's goal of having the troubled website HealthCare.gov working for the "vast majority" of users by November 30.