Five car accident shuts down busy CS intersection

One of College Station's busiest intersections was shut down for more than seven hours Sunday after a five car accident. The accident happened at the intersection of George Bush Drive and Texas Avenue just after 3:00 a.m.

A&M economic impact on BCS surpasses $4 billion

Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp announced that the annual economic impact of the A&M System in the Bryan/College Station area has surpassed the $4 billion milestone for the first time—and has almost doubled in a

$100K in damages to historic cemetery

Waco Police are investigating a vandalism case over the weekend that caused more than a 100,000 dollars in damage to one of the oldest cemeteries in Central Texas.

Cameron PD looking for alleged lady puncher

A warrant has been issued for a Cameron man accused of severely punching his bartender in the chest at a nightclub in Cameron earlier this month.

3 males arrested after robbing a man looking to buy rims off of Craigslist

Three Killeen teens have been arrested after they allegedly committed robbery and fled from officers on January 25.

Waco ISD School Board approves increasing starting teacher salary

Waco ISD School Board is looking forward to offering first  year teachers a higher pay rate in  years past. The board approved a measure to raise the starting salary from $41,000 dollars a year to $42,000 a year.

USPS closes mail processing center annex in Waco

On Saturday, operations at the mail processing center annex, at 7300 Imperial Drive in Waco, were ended, as a part of an “internal move” by the United States Postal Service.

Warrant round-up begins next month in Killeen

The city of Killeen is preparing to conduct a routine warrant round-up next month, in February. Arrests will be issued for those with outstanding warrants.

Prosection not seeking death penalty in Waco capital murder trial

Prosecutors in McLennan County have announced that they will not pursue the death penalty for a Waco woman accused of capital murder.  

Mesa mom arrested after son found zip-tied to pole

Mesa, AZ (KPHO) -- Jaica Rowley's neighbors said they often heard her yelling at her children. But, they couldn't sit idly by in their Mesa neighborhood after they said they heard a woman threaten to kill her son, who police said was later found z