Both parties look for action from Congress

President Barack Obama and Republican Rep. James Lankford each called on Congress to take up legislation in their weekly addresses Saturday, the likes of which have not passed in years.

TSA removing 'virtual strip search' body scanners

Airport body scanners that produce graphic images of travelers' bodies will be removed from checkpoints by June, the Transportation Security Administration says, ending what critics called "virtual strip searches."

Gas plant fire in Madison County

Fire fighters battled a different kind of blaze late last night in Madison County.

Bryan city council to review Texas Reds

The numbers are in and the Texas Reds Festival in Bryan could see some changes in the future. The Bryan city council plans on reviewing the annual festival at its upcoming council meeting next week.

Falk trial set to resume again

Jurors in the John Falk Jr. capital murder trial are set to head back to the courtroom. The trial was put on hold December 4th just five minutes before closing arguments were set to begin.

Bryan man arrested for Lincoln Center shooting in December

A Bryan man sits in jail tonight for a allegedly being involved in a College Station shooting last month.

Bryan man arrested for alleged car scam

A College Station woman realizes she's been scammed when her car is re-possessed without her knowing about it.

DA on TX baby's death: Worst case of child abuse seen in 20 years

A Center woman sits behind bars facing the death penalty for allegedly killing her 5-month-old child earlier this week.

Local Olympian buys Waco golf course

In 1952, pole vaulter Bob Richards won Olympic gold. He repeated 4 years later.

MCC receives $1.3M for health care training

McLennan Communiy College has received a 1.3 million-dollar grant from the state to train and develop health care workers for the area.