Seoul believes Kim may test a missile this week

South Korea's government said Sunday it believes North Korea may test a missile around April 10, citing as an indicator Pyongyang's push for workers to leave the Kaesong Industrial Complex by then.

A&M student body president vetoes "Religious Funding Exemption Bill"

It's a campus divided at Texas A&M over a controversial student senate bill passed Wednesday.

CSPD investigating fatal accident

A College Station man is dead tonight after a major accident Friday afternoon.

Two arrested for alleged Walmart theft

Two men are allegedly caught red-handed trying to steal from the Bryan Walmart, again.

Second man arrested for terroristic threats against Kaufman Co. officials

The Texas Rangers have arrested another man accused of making terroristic threats against an assistant district attorney in Kaufman County.

Temple power plant to double in size

A company currently building a new power plant in Temple has decided to expand the plans. That could possibly mean another 600-800 jobs will be created. Dallas-based Panda Power will double the size of the plant.

City of Marlin fixing old water pipes

It has been a rough past few months for 20 residents in Marlin on Agarita Dr. who have had little or no water pressure since Christmas. But now the city is finally fixing the problem.

Waco PD releases shoplifting video

Waco Police are asking the public to help identify four individuals who stole hundreds of dollars worth of clothing last month. The video is from the GAP Store in the Richland Mall just after noon on March 13.

Humane Society urgently seeks adoptive parents for large animals

An influx of larger animals being brought to the shelter has the Humane Society of Central Texas asking the public to consider adoption.

Downtown parking enforcement in Waco helps businesses

Parking enforcement has been in effect for almost a week now in downtown Waco, and already there has been some improvements.