Waco church hosts Christmas Market/Arts and Crafts show

One Central Texas Church is helping you do to some early Christmas shopping, before Thanksgiving even arrives.

Hostess Brands Closing For Good

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Hostess Brands -- the maker of such iconic baked goods as Twinkies, Drake's Devil Dogs and Wonder Bread -- announced Friday that it is asking a federal bankruptcy court for permission to close its operations, blaming a strike b

Change in temperature means change in tire pressure

The change in temperature goes hand-in-hand with a change in tire pressure.  

Motorcyclist killed in Thursday night crash in Killeen

Killeen Police Department is investigating a fatal motorcycle crash that occurred just before 10:00 p.m. on Thursday night.

4 killed after train hits truck during Texas parade saluting U.S. troops

A train rammed into a flatbed truck carrying participants in a West Texas parade saluting U.S. troops on Thursday, killing four people and leaving at least 17 hospitalized, a police spokesman said.

Alabama man scrambles entire police force to Texas home

A Tuscaloosa, Alabama man has been indicted after allegedly causing an entire Texas police force to respond to a fake emergency. On Wednesday, Stephen Sherwin Stepho, 19, was charged with making an interstate threat.

Job fair focuses on hiring veterans as part of a statewide initiative

According to a report in March 12.1 percent of veterans, who served on active duty since September 2001, were unemployed in 2011.

Sixth person arrested in College Station kidnapping, robbery case

The sixth suspect wanted in connection to the October kidnapping and robbery case in College Station has turned himself into authorities.

Pedestrian killed while walking on SH6 feeder road

A Caldwell man walking on the Highway 6 feeder road last night was killed after getting hit by a car near the Christ United Methodist Church in College Station.

Gov. Perry: Texas Will Not Implement State Insurance Exchange Under Obamacare

AUSTIN – Gov. Rick Perry today, in a follow-up letter to U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, reiterated Texas’ decision not to implement a state insurance exchange as part of Obamacare.