Running mate Ryan makes push for Virginia votes

In a further sign of Republicans' efforts to take back Virginia in November, Rep. Paul Ryan has spent more days in the commonwealth than any other battleground state since he became Mitt Romney's running mate.

Police reminding drivers of school zone safety

TEMPLE -- Starting today, some schools in Temple have officially opened their doors for the 2012-2013 school year but it's the path to those schools that have police urging everyone to be cautious.

Update: Police have shut down area near Ash Street & Eisenhower; searching for possible College Station bank robber

Update: Police have area near Ash Street and Eisenhower blocked off.  Police are armed and searching an apartment complex near a College Station chinsese church.  

Potential FAA cuts would create big hassles for fliers

Look out air travelers. A congressional slugfest over the U.S. deficit is threatening to trigger higher airfares and widespread slowdowns at the nation's airports.

Community coming together to help shooting victim's family

COLLEGE STATION -- Since Monday's devastating shooting in College Station there has been an overwhelming amount of support from not just the local community but from all over.

In Case You Missed It, Robyn Almodovar Was Eliminated on "Hell's Kitchen"

 Monday night ,Chef Gordon Ramsay turned up the heat on HELL’S KITCHEN when he eliminated Robyn Almodovar and announced the Top Five chefs: Justin Antiorio from Lyndhurst, NJ; Clemenza Caserta from Staten Island, NY; Dana Cohen from

Man with Waco connection named Chief of Texas Rangers

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) and Texas Public Safety Commission has announced the appointment of Kirby Dendy as assistant director/chief in charge of the Texas Rangers effective September 1, 2012.

Two TWC grants helping train local employees through MCC

WACO -- Two grants totaling $1.4 million to McLennan Community College is helping more than 1,100 employees in Waco get more training they may not have otherwise.

Friends remember Constable Bachmann

COLLEGE STATION -- While a community is still shaken by the tragedy that happened three days ago in College Station, those closest to Constable Brian Bachmann are trying to wrap their heads around the fact that he won't be coming home.

Man robbed at gunpoint in Waco

WACO -- Two men are at large after holding up a Waco store attendant outside his store at gunpoint.