VA offers walk-in seasonal flu vaccination clinics

Every Thursday and Friday from October 3 through November 1, 2013, veterans can get their seasonal flu vaccination at the walk-in flu vaccination clinic at the Central Texas Veterans Health Care System (CTVHCS) facility in Temple or by requesti

Former Central Texas mayor convicted of sexual assault

A jury has found a former Central Texas mayor guilty of sexually assaulting a child.

Two arrested for drugs, dog fighting operation in McGregor

Two men have been arrested and released on bond in connection to a discovery last week by McGregor PD of what appears to have been a dog fighting operation within the city limits.

Trauma conference in Killeen gets local EMS on same page

The Central Texas Regional Advisory Council and Baylor Scott & White Health hosted an Acute Care and Trauma Conference Wednesday in Killeen.

Weekend rainfall wreaks havoc on local roads

The weekend rain may be long gone but TxDOT is still trying to clean up the mess left behind. "The structures washed out, causing us these huge washouts that are like seven foot deep," said TxDOT's Bob Colwell.

Woman arrested for trying to falsify prescription

A Bryan woman is charged with fraud all thanks to a watchful pharmacist. Police say they arrested Monisha Harris after they got a call about a fake prescription at a local grocery store.

I-35 closures coming to Waco, West on Thursday

In Waco, the Interstate 35 southbound entrance ramp from MLK Blvd. will be closed from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. Thursday, October 3, 2013. The southbound auxiliary lane and the right travel lane will also be closed.

New mental health facility set to open this month in Waco

A new mental health crisis center is set to open later this month, which will provide crucial services to Waco and surrounding communities.

West private donations set to be distributed next week

Private donations that were given to the city of West, shortly after the fertilizer plant explosion, will start being distributed to residents next week.

Senator Cruz proposes bill to fund all parts of VA during shutdown

U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) made the following statement, Wednesday, regarding Obamacare, the government "shutdown," and the World War II Memorial: