Brazos Valley coaches get concussion training for Natasha's Law

BRAZOS VALLEY -- Two-a-days have begun for many high school athletes and under a new law called "Natasha's Law" coaches and their staff must meet state requirements to protect our kids from damaging concussions and they only have

Abdo sentencing set for Thursday

WACO -- Sentencing begins Thursday for accused Fort Hood bomber Naser Jason Abdo. He will represent himself before federal district Judge Walter S. Smith in the Waco courthouse.

Woman killed in brutal accident with 18-wheeler's

CORYELL COUNTY -- A woman was killed in a brutal car accident Tuesday afternoon. 43-year-old Carla Wendeborn of Dublin swerved into oncoming traffic hitting an 18-wheeler head on.

Tiger cubs at Cameron Park Zoo may help admissions

WACO -- Admissions are up at the Cameron Park Zoo, but not up enough. So the zoo is asking for an additional 100,000 dollars from the city, totaling 1.5 million in funding for the 2012-2013 year.

Killeen Police announce '29th Annual National Night Out'

On Tuesday, October 2nd, neighborhoods throughout Killeen are being invited to join forces with thousands of communities nationwide for the “29th Annual National Night Out” (NNO) crime and drug prevention event.

Country singer Randy Travis arrested on multiple charges

Country singer Randy Travis was arrested in Grayson County early Wednesday following a wreck in Tioga.

Loughner pleads guilty to 19 counts in Tucson, Arizona, mass shooting

Jared Lee Loughner, the alleged gunman in last year's mass shooting outside an Arizona supermarket in Tucson that killed six persons and wounded then-U.S. Rep.

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.