U.S. Hispanic population dispersing but still anchored in 3 states

The American Hispanic population is dispersing across the country, but is still anchored mainly in three states, according to a new study released Thursday. More than half the U.S.

Compromise settles Florida school district's short-skirt flap

A compromise is putting rah, rah, rah back in place of no, no, no at a Florida school that had banned cheerleader skirts administrators said were too revealing for the classroom. The decision to prohibit cheerleader skirts during classroom hours h

Oil rig explodes in south TX

Investigators are trying to figure out what caused a oil rig explosion near Victoria, Texas.

Bryan sees major growth in hotel occupancy tax

It's the calm before the storm as Raelyn Skelton, assistant general manager of the Bryan Best Western Premier, prepares for a busy upcoming football weekend.

CS traffic stop leads police on foot chase, three arrested

A routine traffic stop in College Station lands three people in jail all accused of burglary. Police say Eduardo Neiva-Orejuela, Richard Castillo-Rivas and Gloria Cardoza were pulled over Wednesday afternoon for speeding.

Belton gears up for annual warrant roundup, asks residents to check status

The warrant roundup season is upon us here in Texas. The city of Belton is kicking theirs off in just a few days.

Fast food wage protests head south

Fast food workers in the south are joining the fight against low wages for the first time since the campaign began last fall.

Bellmead PD releases details of Tuesday night stabbing

Details of a vicious stabbing have been released by Bellmead PD. On Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m., Bellmead Police responded to a 911 call outside the house of 4300 Greenbriar Dr.

New traffic, criminal laws take effect September 1

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) today highlighted notable traffic and criminal laws that go into effect on Sept. 1, 2013.

New security measures make Midway ISD schools feel safer

School is back in session, and Midway ISD says their campuses feel safer with the additional security in place.