A&M announces partnership with city for Kyle Field re-development

Questions surrounding the future of Kyle Field have been swirling around Aggieland for months now but today Texas A&M officials made a big announcement about the renovation project.

Waco City Council approves funding for Hippodrome

Waco City Council has approved $1.4 million in taxpayers’ money to help fund certain downtown projects. The vote was passed Tuesday night by a 6-0 unanimous vote.

Bryan Police Catch Shoplifters in the Act

BRYAN, TX -On Tuesday, January 16 at 8:26pm, the Bryan Police Department responded to Walmart located at 2200 Briarcrest for a shoplifting in progress.

2 bodies discovered in rural Cen-Tex home, relative arrested as suspect

Bell County Sheriff's office is investigating the circumstances surrounding the deaths of a Central Texas couple, discovered dead in the living room of their home Tuesday morning.

Wing Stop employee hits attempted robber in head with grease pan

Waco police are still searching for the man who allegedly attempted to rob a Wing Stop employee at gunpoint over the weekend.

Local gun store reacts to President's proposals

Wednesday's gun control announcement from President Obama was closely watched by local gun store owners and enthusiasts throughout Waco. Guns-R-Us in Waco said they’ve seen sales rise in the past month.

Woman arrested for allegedly dropping baby to flee cops, possession of marijuana, suspended license

Bellmead police arrested a woman after she allegedly dropped her baby to the ground to escape arrest during a traffic stop.

Temple police investigating 2 robberies that are similar in nature

The Temple Police Department is investigating two robberies, that appear to be similar in nature.

President Obama seeks assault weapons ban

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President Barack Obama on Wednesday proposed background checks on all gun sales and bans on assault weapons and high-capacity magazines as part of a package of steps to reduce gun violence in the wake of the Newtown school m

Poverty simulation gives glimpse into life of the poor

Beaumont (KBMT) -- In Texas alone, there are 4.4 million people living below the poverty level.