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Bryan accused of burglarizing home, leads police on foot chase

A Bryan teenager is behind bars for allegedly burglarizing a home and leading police on a short case.

Hewitt approves new $3.8M complex

At Monday’s city council meeting, an initiative was passed unanimously to fund the building of a 3.8 million-dollar complex to house both the Hewitt Fire and Police departments.

CS high schooler passes out during gym class, dies at hospital

A College Station student died at a local hospital Tuesday after passing out during gym class.

Police department's positive posting goes viral

Headlines about the most negative aspects of life seem to saturate daily discussions.

Pentagon expected to expand benefits to same-sex spouses

Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta is expected to announce this week that same-sex spouses of service members will be granted some benefits that they had been denied until now, according to an Obama administration official.

Details emerge in Alabama child hostage rescue

Law enforcement officers were able to see what was going on inside the underground bunker where a 5-year-old boy was held hostage for a week with a camera they somehow slipped into the hideout, a law enforcement official said Tuesday.

Mental health hospital coming to College Station's medical district

Ever since the city of College Station approved the master plans for a designated medical district on the south side of town earlier this fall, the area has been generating a lot of interest.

CS man leads authorities on man hunt

A College Station man wanted for evading police in Madison County sent local authorities on a man hunt Monday night for several hours.

Waco PD looking for supposed stabber

Waco Police have identified a man they say is responsible for a road-rage stabbing at a red light back in August. Amado De La Paz, 34, is wanted for Aggravated Assault.

Waco city leaders and developers looking to shape riverfront property near downtown Waco

Nearly 16 acres are up for development, as a part of a riverfront development, called the Brazos Commons Project, being proposed in Waco.