Two Bryan injured firefighters conditions upgraded to serious

The two firefighters critically injured in the Friday night blaze have been upgraded to serious condition.

Waco man receives probation for indecency with a child by exposure

A Waco man has been sentenced to ten years deferred probation, after he pleaded guilty to indecency with a child by exposure.  

Waco's main library ready to reopen this Saturday

It all started with a voter-approved bond issue back in 2007. And more than five years, and $5.8 million later, the city’s flagship library is ready to open.

Supreme Court sides with dog, law enforcement in search case

Aldo the German shepherd and his human companions in law enforcement won an important Supreme Court appeal on Tuesday over vehicle searches for drugs and contraband.

Bryan man killed after tow truck slams into vehicle

A Bryan man died Tuesday morning after he was hit by a tow truck at the intersection of Sandy Point Road and Harvey Mitchell Parkway.

New office space aims to place Waco on the map as "creative start-up capital of Texas"

Small businesses are the heart of thriving communities, and in order to cultivate growth, the Greater Waco Chamber of Commerce has partnered with Baylor University to encourage graduates to start up businesses in Waco.

County officials vote to close river access point

Public access to the North Bosque River at Delmar Ranch Road and Deer Run in Valley Mills may be closed soon after a vote in yesterday’s county commissioner meeting passed.

TX representative files bill protecting 2nd Amendment rights

On Monday, a Texas lawmaker filed a bill that would make any federal law banning semi-automatic firearms or limiting the size of gun magazines unenforceable within the state's boundaries.

Austin church mourns loss of Bryan firefighters

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Austin is thankful to the Bryan Fire Department and the College Station Fire Department and all those who assisted in responding to the fire at the Knights of Columbus Hall on February 15, 2013.

Baylor professors oppose Birdwell's gun bill

The topic of guns on campus has been a touchy one since the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary in Connecticut back in December.