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Texas abortion law challenged in Planned Parenthood lawsuit

A federal lawsuit filed Friday seeks to overturn portions of Texas' new abortion law, considered among the most restrictive legislation in the nation, just weeks before it takes effect.

Hewitt opens brand new disc golf course

Disc golf is a popular activity enjoyed across Central Texas, and in Hewitt, a course has just been completed.

Texas Reds Festival "stomping" out new changes this year

It's downtown Bryan's signature event and Michael Perez, owner of Papa Perez in downtown Bryan is prepping for large crowds this weekend at the Texas Reds Festival.

College Station hires new city manager

It's been several months since College Station's City Manager, Frank Simpson, died unexpectedly of a heart attack. Now the vacant position has been filled.

South Knoll neighborhood passes with amendments

The South Knoll area neighborhood plan that we first told you about Thursday passed only after five and a half hours of deliberation and some amendments to the recommendations.

Dez Bryant has to relish a game against the 32nd-ranked pass defense, doesn't he?

The Chargers rank 32nd in pass defense. Dez Bryant swears he hasn't noticed.

U.N. Security Council could vote on Syria resolution Friday

The U.N. Security Council could vote as early as Friday on a draft resolution regarding Syria's chemical weapons program.

Senate votes to approve spending measure that clears the way for Obamacare funding

According to CNN, the Senate voted on Friday to overcome a filibuster led by GOP Sen.

Waco man arrested for threatening children with gun

A Waco man is out on bond after being booked into jail Thursday on aggravated assault charges.

Local law enforcement agencies still facing ammunition shortage

Waco police are in the process of doing their 2013 qualifications training, and they're worried they may run out of ammunition soon.