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Tuesday, September 30, 2014 - 6:44pm

83rd Military Police Brigade carries Special Olympics torch

The annual Special Olympics Summer Games kicks off in Arlington on Thursday. On Tuesday, the ceremonial torch passed through Fort Hood. Copperas Cove Police started today's leg.

MCC expanding engineering program

McLennan Community College is expanding its engineering department and will now offer associates degrees whose credits will seamlessly transfer to larger universities in the state.

Davenport still not found

A Mart man is still on the loose and considered to be armed and dangerous after eluding police not once, but twice in the past 72 hours.

E. Coli outbreak traced to College Station Mexican restaurant

Tracking the source of a potentially deadly strand of e. Coli hasn't been easy but it's a case the Brazos County Health Department has been actively working on ever since five people contracted the O157:H7 strand nearly a month ago.

Aggie women's softball team collects donations for West and Moore

In the midst of preparing for the NCAA super regionals, the Aggie women's softball team took time out of their busy schedule to help give back to those in need.

AMBER ALERT: Missing 10-month-old girl in McKinney, TX

An Amber Alert has been issued for a 10-month-old girl in McKinney, TX. Information about the child is below: Name: Isabella Reyes Age: 10 months Height: 2'2"

Texas Task Force 1 deployed to Oklahoma

Hours after the deadly Oklahoma tornado, Texas Task Force 1 was mobilized by FEMA.

Gov. Perry activates 'State Operations Center'

Gov. Rick Perry today ordered a Level II Activation of the State Operations Center (SOC) as another line of severe thunderstorms makes its way across North and Central Texas this afternoon.

Waco team to attend leadership academy to address local hunger and poverty

The National League of Cities (NLC) has selected Waco as one of the 21 cities nationwide to participate in a leadership academy that will help the city reduce childhood hunger by leveraging federal funding.

OK tornado categorized as EF5, winds of 200 MPH or greater

Damage assessments show that the tornado that struck central Oklahoma on Monday was an EF5, meaning it had winds of 200 mph or greater, for at least some of the time it was ravaging an area near Oklahoma City, the National Weather Service says.