15-year-old arrested for College Station home burglary

A watchful neighbor helped College Station Police catch a burglar in the act. The burglary happened in the 2800 block of Normand Drive.

Law Enforcement Explorer Program

COPPERAS COVE, TEXAS – The Copperas Cove Police Department would like to announce its 2013 Law Enforcement Explorer Program. The program will run from July 8th, 2012 through July 26th, 2013.

Capital murder trial begins for second defendant

The capital murder trial began Monday for the second defendant in the 2011 Lakewood Villas apartment complex shooting case.

BBB warns against online summer romance scams

Some say love is a beautiful thing, but if you're not careful, it could severely damage your bank account.

BREAKING: Rick Perry announces he will not seek re-election

During a special announcement on Monday, Governor Rick Perry announced he would not seek re-election as Governor of Texas. Perry announced this after being introduced by his wife, Anita Perry.

Texas Rangers host first responders, victims of West explosion

A day at the ballpark was more than just that for the people of West, Texas. The Texas Rangers helped make sure the town, affected by that deadly plant explosion, could have a day of fun after so much grief.

Waco PD seeking help in locating missing woman

The Waco Police Department is currently asking for the help of the public in locating a missing woman. Jennifer Eckenrode, 34,  was last seen at her residence around 11:00 p.m., July 2, 2013.

Armstrong to ride in first race since doping allegations

Lance Armstrong will ride in his first race since he confessed to major doping allegations. The race is across the state of Iowa for the Des Moines Register Newspaper later this month.

Waco PD searching for credit union robbery suspect

The Waco Police Department is searching for a man who allegedly robbed a local credit union on Monday morning.

For 209 teenagers, this summer is all about making a difference in Waco, TX, July 8-13, 2013

WACO, TX, JULY 8-13, 2013– More than 16,000 students made a decision to pay money out of their own pockets in order to help improve living conditions of people across the United States and Canada.