Authorities warn of dangerous app spreading at Texas school

East Texas authorities are warning of a new phone app that is gaining popularity with students at school.

Life sentence closes oldest cold case

SYCAMORE, Illinois  -- Fifty-five years after Maria Ridulph vanished from a small-town street corner while playing in the snow, a former neighbor was sentenced to life in prison for kidnapping and killing the brown-eyed second grader.

“One With Courage” public service campaign urges Texans to recognize signs of child sexual abuse

AUSTIN – Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, University of Texas Coach Mack Brown, Texas A&M University Coach Kevin Sumlin and University of Houston Coach Tony Levine have joined forces with Children’s Advocacy Centers of Texas

I-35 to be closed overnight this week

If you use I-35 in the Hewitt area take note, because the freeway will be closed overnight for the next few days. Starting Tuesday night, the main freeway will be closed from 7pm to 7am.

Local man gets life without parole

On Friday a local man was convicted and sentenced to life in prison without parole for continually sexually abusing a child.

Cold home tips

It took a while, but it finally feels like winter in central Texas. With temperatures reaching the teens tonight, its important for you to stay warm. But as temperatures drop, energy costs go up.

Johnny Football wins the Heisman

Up until Saturday night, football fans everywhere just weren't sure if A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel could do the unthinkable -- be the first freshman ever to win the Heisman trophy.

Bryan woman caught shoplifting at Target

A Bryan woman is arrested after she allegedly went straight for the doors at a local Target, skipping right past the cashier's register to pay.

Copperas Cove PD arrests two teenagers, investigating six bomb threats

The Copperas Cove Police Department is currently investigating six separate terroristic threat incidents at Copperas Cove Independent School District campuses. Two of those occurred on December 7.

Killeen police still looking for clues as to why baby was left in Walmart bathroom

Police are still looking for the mother of a newborn found dead in a Killeen Walmart bathroom. An employee discovered the infant Friday afternoon, but so far, no one has come forward.