FEMA awards TEEX with training contract

A disaster can strike at any time or any place and when it does, the Federal Emergency Management Agency or FEMA's 28 Urban Search and Rescue teams have to be prepared to respond to a number of situations.

College Station's warrant amnesty period underway

In an effort to clear thousands of collectively outstanding warrants totaling millions of dollars from the City of College Station and the offices of the Brazos County justices of the peace, a warrant amnesty period will occur Feb.

Texan Perry and Californian Brown battle for business

What could be more fun than a throwdown between Governor Goodhair and Governor Moonbeam?

Weekend storms wreak havoc, cause major damage in Temple

Temple Fire and Rescue crews were kept busy early Sunday morning, as they responded to multiple damage-related incidents, across Temple, that occured as a result of a strong thunderstorm that moved through the area.

Gatesville man arrested, charged for hit-and-run accident in January

Authorities have arrested the man they believe is responsible for critically injuring a man in a hit-and-run crash in early January.

"Light Up Carver" aims to place more street lights in an East Waco neighborhood

Leaders of a large East Waco neighborhood say many of their residents are scared to go outside at night due to fears of possible criminal activity. And, they think street lights could be the solution.

Chris Kyle funeral procession to travel through Waco tomorrow

The Waco Police Department will honor former Navy Seal Chris Kyle, who was killed last month while allegedly working with a veteran who suffered from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Pope Benedict to resign at the end of the month, Vatican says

The spiritual leader of 1.2 billion Catholics, Pope Benedict XVI, surprised the world Monday by saying he will resign at the end of the month "because of advanced age."

Perry to visit California, recruit business for Texas

Texas Gov. Rick Perry is hitting the road to drum up business. But he isn't on a tour of the Lone Star State.

Syrian army in Homs is showing strains of war

Government soldiers in Homs are showing the strain of war against opposition forces the government refers to as "terrorists."