G. Rollie White Coliseum demolition underway

It''s out with the old and in with the new at Texas A&M as crews work to make room for the new Kyle Field redevelopment project. And that means saying goodbye to a campus landmark, the G. Rollie White Coliseum.

Bryan man charged with theft because of paycheck error

What would you do if you accidentally got paid 100 times more than what you should have? Police say that's what happened to 25-year-old Cesar Salidvar in February.

Northbound I35 lane closures in Elm Mott start tonight

Beginning Tuesday, August 20, all the I-35 northbound lanes near FM 308 in Elm Mott will be closed from 7 PM to 7AM nightly through Thursday night, ending Friday morning, August

Hasan trial: Day 11, 89 witnesses later

After 11 days of testimony from 89 witnesses, the government has rested its case in the case of U.S. vs. Nidal M. Hasan. Judge Tara Osborn began the day reviewing the witness lsit form the defense.

Waco man charged with kidnapping ex-girlfriend's child

A Waco man is charged with abducting his ex-girlfriend's 3-year-old daughter after he reportedly took off with the child on Sunday.

Prosecution rests case against Nidal Hasan in Fort Hood case

FORT HOOD, Texas (CNN) -- The prosecution rested its death penalty case Tuesday against the Army psychiatrist charged with a shooting rampage at Fort Hood that left 13 people dead, clearing the way for the man acting as his own attorney to put

McGregor man on trial for November 2012 stabbing

The trial for a McGregor man, charged with the November 2012 killing of a man in the parking lot of a McGregor restaurant, takes place this week. Jury selection began on Monday.  

Three arrested, charged for assaulting police officers

Three Temple residents were arrested over the weekend, following an attack on police officers.

VIDEO: 3 teens admit to killing college baseball player because 'they were bored'

A random and senseless act of violence has left a promising 22-year-old baseball player dead, a family devastated and two countries across the world rattled.

TX woman arrested for voting multiple times in 2012 run-off election

Sonia Leticia Solis, 54, has been charged with voting more than once in connection with the 2012 primary runoff election held in Cameron County on July 31, 2012, United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson announced today.