College Station offers mosquito abatement program

COLLEGE STATION -- You hear about people getting the West Nile Virus and think, 'That'll never happen to me,' but it can and it is all over the state.

Church vandalized late Sunday, police following leads

ROSEBUD -- The First Baptist Church of Rosebud was shocked to find their building had been vandalized with satanic symbols and the words "Lott City Gangsters" tagged around the church.

Outdoor Cooking Safety

Summer not only symbolizes school breaks and hot weather, but outdoor cooking. Warm weather almost dictates taking the cooking outside for a number of reasons: its fun, it tastes good, clean up is easy, and it’s a fun way to entertain.

Man arrested after stalking ex-wife for months

WACO -- A woman's ex-husband, turned stalker, is finally in jail after months of harassing her and fleeing from Waco police.

Baylor again named top university to work for

WACO -- For a second year in a row Baylor is voted one of the top universities to work for in the country.

Social media helps local law enforcement tag more criminals

WACO -- It's been three months since the Waco Police Department launched its own Facebook page where they post pictures of suspects and persons of interest.

Couple faces charges after children test positive for meth

An arrest of two Deming, New Mexico residents on child abuse charges lead investigators to find two children testing positive for meth. Santana Garcia and Ray Rodriguez were arrested on a warrant issued Aug. 1.

Mars rover captures first color images, 'exciting ride'

NASA released the first color images of the surface of Mars from its new rover Curiosity on Tuesday, showing a dusty, tan desert dominated by the rim of the crater where the craft landed.

Composer Marvin Hamlisch dies at 68

Marvin Hamlisch, a prolific composer who put together musical ensembles for an array of movies, television and theater shows, died at his home in Los Angeles, his agent said Tuesday.

Brig. Gen. Manuel Rodriguez to Assume Command of Texas State Guard

AUSTIN -Texas Adjutant General, Maj. Gen. John F. Nichols is pleased to announce that Brig. Gen. Manuel "Tony" Rodriguez will take command of the Texas State Guard, upon the retirement of Maj. Gen.