A cancer-causing gas could exist in your home

WACO -- Last week we told you about a deadly gas that could harm or even kill you in your own home and you would never even know it.

State, local officials discuss future water concerns

WACO --  A growing population like ours here in Texas will bring a lot of challenges. Local and state officials met last night in Waco to discuss the future of the state's water supply.

Brazos County murder suspect turns self in

On Thursday at around 1:30 a.m. Christopher Michael Hernandez, 21, appeared at the Brazos County Jail and surrendered himself to deputies.

Bryan police make an arrest in murder case

BRYAN -- Tonight the man alleged of murdering Billy Joe Menard JR. last Saturday is behind bars. The Bryan Police Department arrested Clayton James Thompson last night at the Cameron Ranch Store off FM 2233.

Cantaloupes are safe to eat but people still arent buying them

BRYAN -- The tainted melons pulled from grocery store shelves more than a month ago are still killing people today.

TxDot lowers speed limit on Highway 21 in Navasota

NAVASOTA -- Heads up. The speed limit on Highway 21 in Navasota has changed. TxDot lowered it from 70 to 60-miles per hour at the Navasota River project.

Texas Rangers in the World Series brings community together

WACO -- One championship down, one more to go. It's been a hot year for the lone star state.

Pumpkins still available after worst growing season

Believe it or not Halloween is only 12 days away, but pumpkin farmers are facing their worst growing season ever.

Local organization helps stock Caritas food pantry

When the holidays get closer the need for food in Central Texas gets higher.

Bryan Animal Center already implementing new programs

BRYAN -- It's been six weeks since the city of Bryan and the Brazos Animal Shelter parted ways for good. And now that the city is in the business of animal welfare, the Bryan Animal Center is as busy as ever.