Students forced out of University Apartments

COLLEGE STATION -- 500 international Texas A&M students and their families may not have a place to live for much longer because the board of regents gave the university the authority demolish their apartments to make room for a new developm

Bryan man wins gold medal in London Olympics

BRYAN -- The city of Bryan has a new hometown celebrity. Track and field Olympian, Aries Merritt, brought home the gold last night in the 110-meter hurdles.

Woman and son steal from Bryan Walmart

BRYAN -- A mother and her juvenile son are caught stealing two shopping carts full of stuff from a Bryan Walmart.

Brothers caught selling stolen items on Craigslist

BRAZOS COUNTY -- An undercover sting operation lands two College Station brothers behind bars for trying to sell stolen property on the internet.

Abdo sentencing postponed

WACO -- Sentencing for AWOL soldier Naser Jason Abdo has been postponed until tomorrow morning.

Study shows more Wacoans feel safe in neighborhoods at night

WACO -- In a follow-up to a 2010 community poll the Baylor Center for Community Research and Development found that 14 percent more people feel safer walking alone in their neighborhood at night.

Texas sailor killed in Afghanistan

The Department of Defense announced today the death of a sailor who was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.

Do you recognize these burglars?

The Killeen Police Department needs your help identifying the men (in pictures attached) who have been involved in several store burglaries.

FBI searching for Lacy Lakeview bank bandit

The FBI and Lacy Lakeview police are searching for a man after he was caught on camera robbing the Genco Federal Credit Union.

Brazos Valley coaches get concussion training for Natasha's Law

BRAZOS VALLEY -- Two-a-days have begun for many high school athletes and under a new law called "Natasha's Law" coaches and their staff must meet state requirements to protect our kids from damaging concussions and they only have