CS hit and run suspect turns himself in

COLLEGE STATION -- A 22-year old turns himself in after a hit and run Wednesday in College Station. Nicholas Tilley turned himself into the Brazos County Detention Center earlier today.

A&M places second in College Colors Day contest

COLLEGE STATION -- If you were out in College Station today you may have noticed a little more maroon than normal. That's because today is College Colors Day and A&M along with 171 schools across the nation participated.

Deployed mother surprises son at school

It was a school assembly with a surprise ending. 3rd grader James Lloyd was sent out of the gym to get the American flag that was coincidentally not in its usual place.

Christine Ha, Josh Marks, and Becky Reams Named Top Three Semifinalists on "Masterchef"

 Season Four Open Casting Calls to be Held in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, Dallas, Minneapolis, Miami, Cleveland, Portland, San Diego and Nashville

West Nile could bench football fans

WACO -- Football season starts this Sunday for Baylor fans, but doctors warn fans must take precautions against West Nile.

Waco PD cracking down on gambling establishments

WACO -- Waco Police are cracking down on illegal gambling in the city and are warning businesses they will not go undetected.

Juvenile in custody for CS attempted sexual assault

COLLEGE STATION -- A follow-up to a story we brought you Monday: police say they now have a juvenile in custody for the attempted sexual assault of a woman inside her College Station apartment.

Two Waco men arrested in Brazos County for pot

BRAZOS COUNTY -- A routine traffic stop lands to Waco men behind bars in Brazos County after police find a 15-pound bag of marijuana in the trunk.

ESPN debuts A&M College GameDay commercial

COLLEGE STATION -- After a narrow win, A&M earned the chance to showcase its campus during a commercial shoot for one of the biggest sports networks. And today the 45-second promo debuted for the first time.

City of Bryan offering mosquito dunks

BRYAN -- The City of Bryan’s Public Works and Neighborhood Association Partnership Program seek to partner with registered neighborhood and homeowner associations in an effort to enhance the community and quality of life.