"Careers on Wheels" gets children thinking about their future

WACO -- Twelve hundred Central Texas elementary students visited Education Service Center Region 12 Friday to start answering the question "what do I want to be when I grow up?"

Soft drinks: Public enemy No 1. in obesity fight?

Pushing her meal cart into the hospital room, a research assistant hands out tall glasses of reddish-pink liquid, along with a gentle warning: "Remember, you guys have to finish all your Kool-Aid."

CS city council passes new Northgate ordinance

COLLEGE STATION -- The Northgate District in College Station is known for its night-life among university students. But the city is hoping to change that stereotype by appealing to a a different kind of crowd during the day.

CS assistant police chief retires

COLLEGE STATION -- After more than 33 years on the job, College Station Assistant Police Chief, Larry Johnson, is retiring. Johnson joined the department in 1978 and has served on almost every department division.

TEEX hires new Task Force One director

COLLEGE STATION -- Texas Task Force One now has a new director after the former director resigned last March.

Two Waco Police officers injured Friday morning

WACO -- Two Waco Police officers were injured this morning after an SUV hit a car they were inspecting. It happened around 2 a.m off MLK and I-35.

Robbers caught red-handed after breaking into pawn shop from roof

WACO -- Two Waco burglars are caught red-handed trying to break into a pawn shop through the roof. Around 3:45 a.m the alarm to the B&K Pawn Shop went off at the 3400 block of North 19th street.

Waco Police catch car thief

WACO -- A young Waco man is now in jail after running from police in a stolen car. Last night Waco Police spotted the stolen vehicle and when they tried to stop it a chase began in the 2700 block of Park.

Central Texans react to NFL Draft

WACO -- Taken second overall in the 2012 NFL draft, former Baylor quarterback and Heisman winner Robert Griffin III is heading to D.C.

Data show most firearms recovered at Mexican crime scenes originate in U.S.

Nearly 70% of guns recovered from Mexican criminal activity during the past five years and traced by the U.S.