Waco Convention Center welcomes back the Southwest Association of Turners

The Waco Convention Center (WCC) is pleased to once again host the Southwest Association of Turners 2013 Woodturning Symposium, taking place August 23-25.

Baylor FB luncheon kicks off season, reminisces of Floyd Casey

Baylor is gearing up for their last season football season at Floyd Casey stadium. On Thursday, the university held a luncheon to kickoff this season, and remember some of the greats who played in the past.

CSISD looking to buy old College Station Conference Center

It's been home to countless conferences, family reunions and meetings but the old College Station Conference center could soon be the new home of College Station ISD's alternative high school.

Bryan man guilty, gets life in prison for murder

A Bryan man will spend the rest of his life behind bars.

Beatles' promoter, agent Sid Bernstein dies at 95

Sid Bernstein, the promoter and agent who first brought the Beatles to America, has died, his publicist said in a statement. Bernstein booked Carnegie Hall after the Beatles made television gold on The Ed Sullivan Show.

Midway ISD teachers participate in iSummit

Midway ISD teachers "are taking leadership and learning into their own hands" with Wednesday's iSummit.The training gives teachers an opportunity to share ideas and explore new ways to use technology to their advantage in the clas

4 people charged in series of Killeen pizza delivery robberies

Three teenagers and a 20-year-old man have been charged with a series of pizza delivery robberies in Killeen.

Third man arrested in connection to last week's Bellmead robbery

A third man is now in jail in connection to a Bellmead robbery that occurred last week. Bronchea Gerad Walker is charged with aggravated robbery. Oliver Johnson and Willie Clark Jr. have also been arrested on the same charge.

Report: NSA can see 75% of U.S. Web messages

The National Security Agency has built a network that can access as much as 75% of all U.S.

Philippine floods cause more chaos in waterlogged Manila

Heavy rain continued to lash the northern Philippines on Wednesday, a day after flooding put more than half of the Manila region under water. The relentless monsoon rains, intensified by a tropical storm at sea, have so far led to eight deaths.