Hewitt PD awarded top spot for National Night Out events

The Hewitt Police Department was given top honors by the National Association of Town Watches for the National Night Out event(s) that took place in the month of August, for cities under 15,000 populations.

Most Wanted Sex Offender arrested in Austin

Lloyd Lester Gibson III, 67, a Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offender, is now in custody after being arrested in Austin on Monday by the U.S. Marshals Service Lone Star Fugitive Task Force, which includes the Texas Department of Public Safety.

A&M students camp out for Cotton Bowl tickets

The Cotton Bowl match up against the Aggies and the Sooners was just announced over the weekend but tickets have been sold out for months except for a select number of student seats.

A&M Consol senior wins $100K Siemens Competition

A College Station A&M Consolidated senior has won what is considered to be the premiere research competition for high school students in the nation.

Pot smokers enter legal limbo in Washington, Colorado

(CNN) -- A legal haze descends on Washington state pot smokers Thursday as possession of an ounce of marijuana by adults becomes legal, but growing and selling it remains a crime.

"Touch" Connects With a Special Two-Hour Season Two Premiere Friday, February 8, on FOX

  TOUCH, the critically acclaimed adventure drama series starring Emmy Award winner Kiefer Sutherland (“24”),

Sounds of Season begins at Waco city hall

For the eighth year in a row, the city of Waco has invited local schools to come sing Christmas carols inside city hall.

Brazos River Authority issues drought plan

The dry conditions and lack of rain in the last couple months has prompted the Brazos River Authority to put the area under a Stage 1 drought plan.

Couple arrested after string of burglaries, fire

A man and a woman are behind bars tonight after Waco Police spotted them with property stolen from burglarized cars in the area.

College Station city manager announces resignation

City Manager David Neeley has announced that he will formally leave the City of College Station organization effective Jan. 11, 2013, about two years after assuming those duties.