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Debate deepens over crowded jail at county meeting

The McLennan County Jail downtown has been a headache for county officials. After million-dollar repairs, the building still sits vacant and the outsourcing to a privately-run jail is becoming very expensive.

Former GOP Rep. M.A Taylor dies

A former Central Texas lawmaker and longtime fixture in Texas Republican politics died yesterday from ongoing health complications. M.A Taylor was a four-time Texas House representative for McLennan County from 1985 to 1993.

Jonesboro ISD adapts program, allowing teachers to carry concealed guns

A rural Central Texas school district is joining a handful of other schools in the state allowing certain teachers to carry guns.

Waco police seeks public's help in identifying alleged credit card thief

Waco police detectives are seeking the public's help in identifying a man accused of making fraudulent credit card purchases.

Temple VA Hospital bids farewell to their leader of nearly 4 years

The Central Texas Veterans Health Care System says goodbye to their current director, Thomas C. Smith, III on Wednesday.

Bryan accused of burglarizing home, leads police on foot chase

A Bryan teenager is behind bars for allegedly burglarizing a home and leading police on a short case.

Hewitt approves new $3.8M complex

At Monday’s city council meeting, an initiative was passed unanimously to fund the building of a 3.8 million-dollar complex to house both the Hewitt Fire and Police departments.

CS high schooler passes out during gym class, dies at hospital

A College Station student died at a local hospital Tuesday after passing out during gym class.

Police department's positive posting goes viral

Headlines about the most negative aspects of life seem to saturate daily discussions.

Pentagon expected to expand benefits to same-sex spouses

Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta is expected to announce this week that same-sex spouses of service members will be granted some benefits that they had been denied until now, according to an Obama administration official.