Zebra Mussels threatening local lakes

Brian Van Zee is the regional Director for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.

Surveillance shows two stealing cash register

The Waco Police Department is asking for help in identifying two individuals responsible for burglarizing a restaurant late last month. It happened at a restaurant in west Waco in the early morning hours of February 24th.

TX inmate sentenced to additional years for threats against President Obama

A Texas man was sentenced to federal prison on Tuesday for threatening President Obama.

Lane closures on University Drive in College Station set for Thursday

A heads up for drivers in the morning. The outside westbound lane of University Drive between Texas Avenue and Meadowland Street will be closed Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. while a water valve is installed.

Motorcyclist killed in Highway 6 accident

Your commute to work may have taken longer than normal this morning because an accident in Bryan shut down the northbound lanes of Highway 6 for several hours.

Jeff Reeves named Constable Brian Bachmann's replacement

Six months after Constable Brian Bachmann was killed in the line of duty while serving an eviction notice, Bachmann's chief deputy has been appointed to take over his duties.

Man arrested for June CS burglary

A man wanted for a burglary more than six months ago has finally been arrested and charged. Police say 25-year-old John Cedillo allegedly broke into a friend's house back in June and ransacked the place.

Tyson’s Corner hosts Moms in Combat Boots training

LAMPASAS, Texas – During March our nation celebrates Women’s History Month by honoring females’ contributions, while also recognizing the adversity they have overcome.

Conclave trivia: Why cardinals are locked in, popes' houses ransacked

Benedict XVI's shock resignation in February -- the first for almost 600 years -- sent experts inside and outside the Vatican rushing to consult church law to work out what will happen next.

Texas A&M Forest Service nature expo brings balance to your backyard

CONROE, Texas — Long days at the office. Shrinking paychecks. Exhausted, overcommitted kids.