Sixth person arrested in College Station kidnapping, robbery case

The sixth suspect wanted in connection to the October kidnapping and robbery case in College Station has turned himself into authorities.

Pedestrian killed while walking on SH6 feeder road

A Caldwell man walking on the Highway 6 feeder road last night was killed after getting hit by a car near the Christ United Methodist Church in College Station.

Gov. Perry: Texas Will Not Implement State Insurance Exchange Under Obamacare

AUSTIN – Gov. Rick Perry today, in a follow-up letter to U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, reiterated Texas’ decision not to implement a state insurance exchange as part of Obamacare.

Texas Small Farmers and Ranchers and USDA Schedule Important Public Meeting

(College Station, TX) – November 15, 2012— USDA Texas Farm Service Agency (FSA) Acting Executive Director, James B.

Jury finds Arabie guilty of murder

It only took ten minutes of deliberation but a McLennan County jury has convicted a man for the murder of an elderly man.

Waco club will shut down after numerous run-ins with the law

Shards of glass and crushed bottle caps litter the parking lot of Club Alazan, a popular bar in Waco. But, with notoriety also comes run-ins with the law.

Waco man pleads guilty to stabbing roommate

A Waco man was sentenced to 35 years in prison earlier today after pleading guilty to the murder of his roommate in graphic fashion.

Waco topless bar fights to keep liquor license

One of the most notorious bars in Waco may have its liquor license suspended soon.

Syria Death Toll, From Opposition Organization LCC, To 68 In The Last Graf

(CNN) -- As the total death toll in Syria marches towards 40,000, the Russian Foreign Ministry on Thursday lambasted the recent U.S. backing of Syria's opposition in its quest to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad.

Bryan clerk charged with inappropriately touching teen

A Bryan man is police custody after he was accused of indecency with a child by contact back in September.