2 Waco doctors offer new treatment option for patients suffering from depression

A new treatment option, approved by the FDA in 2009, promises to be a safe and long term solution for those battling depression.

Alleged drunk driver runs into College Station home

Scary moments for a College Station man after he was woken up Wednesday night by a car driving through his house.

Injured Bryan firefighter released from hospital

There's great news from the Bryan Fire Department: injured firefighter, Rickey Mantey, has been released from the Blocker Burn Unit in Galveston.

Brazos County fire destroys home

A fire early Thursday afternoon destroyed a Bryan home. The fire broke out just after 1:00 today in the 3800 block of West 28th Street.

Drugs, gun and money found inside Bryan hotel room

Two guests at a Bryan motel who reportedly refused to leave when asked found themselves in jail after officers got involved.

Statue in the works to honor slain Navy SEAL from TX

A statue is being created to honor slain Navy SEAL, Chris Kyle. Florida artist Greg Marra sculpted the clay model and Schaefer Art Bronze Casting in Arlington has taken over the project.

A&M employee accused of stealing gas from university

A Texas A&M University employee found himself in trouble with the law after reportedly stealing gas from the university for a friend.

McLennan County seeks jail vendor competition

This week, McLennan County Commissioners voted to seek proposals from vendors to run the Jack Harwell Detention Center in Waco.

Habitual felon gets 75 years

A habitual felon will now likely spend the rest of his life in prison after being sentenced to 75 years for assaulting a man with a hammer.

Three-year old nearly drowns to death

A three-year old boy from Lorena is alive today after nearly drowning to death in a nearby swimming pool late Wednesday afternoon.