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Convicted sex offender arrested for sexually assaulting College Station boy

It happened here in the 2400 block of Welsh Avenue just after 10:00 Friday night.

Bryan runoff election date set

Elections may have been earlier this month but Bryan voters will head back to the polls in December for a runoff election.

Man arrested for choking ex-girlfriend

A domestic dispute between exes landed a man behind bars for reportedly choking his ex-girlfriend. Police say 21-year-old Bralon Taplin was arrested Monday after two assault warrants were issued.

Cornyn introduces bill to combat sex trafficking

 U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) joined colleagues in the Senate and House of Representatives today in introducing the Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act.

General James D. Thurman to retire after 38 years

III Corps and Fort Hood will host a formal military retirement ceremony for Gen. James D. Thurman 1 p.m. Nov. 22 on Sadowski Field here. Thurman will retire with 38 years of military service.

McLennan Co. prosecutor reassigned after firing gun at courthouse

The McLennan County prosecutor who accidentally discharged coworker's handgun at the county courthouse earlier this month has been reassigned within the department.

Man seriously injured after trying to stop thief from stealing his truck

The Waco Police Department is looking for a man who stole a truck and drove off with the owner latched onto the back of it, dragging the victim down an alley before ditching the ride altogether Monday night.

Cornyn introduces bill to end disenfranchisement of military voters

U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) joined with Senate colleagues today to introduce The Safeguarding Elections for our Nation’s Troops through Reforms and Improvements (SENTRI) Act, S.1728.

Women to graduate from Marine Corps infantry training course for first time

- This year, for the first time in the history of the Marine Corps, the graduation class at its infantry training course will include women.

Obama omits 'Under God' when reciting Gettysburg Address on 150th anniversary

The words, "four score and seven years ago," are the beginning to one of the most notable speeches in United States history, The Gettysburg Address.