Morning accident leaves bicyclist dead

Police in Bellmead are investigating an auto-pedestrian accident that left one man dead this morning.

Western trade show to feature Dale Adkins

WACO -- Dale Adkins has traveled the country, studied in Oklahoma, lived in Chicago, but through his illustrations it's obvious that his home state Texas is his biggest inspiration.

Baylor University purchases property near campus

It's official. Baylor has purchased Hotel Waco. The hotel is located across the Brazos River from the Baylor campus. Rumor has it, Baylor could finally join the other Big 12 teams with an on-campus stadium.

New burglar scams

Everyone loves free gift cards. So what if your favorite store called and said you won one? Well, the Better Business Bureau says if you receive one of these phone calls, you better think twice.

Texas A&M campus buzzing after SEC announcement

COLLEGE STATION -- After months of waiting, the SEC has finally announced A&M will be the joining the conference.

Brazos County Sheriff's office investigating the death of two people

BRAZOS COUNTY -- Tonight the Brazos County Sheriff's office continues to investigate the death of two young people found in a Northwest Brazos County home over the weekend.

Local jewelry store robbed

BRYAN -- The hunt is on tonight for three armed men, after a local jewelry store is robbed at just hours ago. It happened in Bryan at the Joyeria Jewelry Store in the 13-hundred block of William J. Bryan

Emergency water restrictions lifted in Temple

The emergency mandatory water conservation has been lifted in Temple, Little River - Academy, Troy and Morgan's Point Resort. Starting Wednesday you can return back to regular stage 2 water restrictions.

Conditions still bad for fires, without advisory

WACO -- Three local firefighters are injured trying to put out a house fire in Waco and now that fire is under investigation.

Wastewater line breaks, spills 100,000 gallons

Crews are still cleaning up after a 16 inch main wastewater line broke. Around 6:30 Saturday night, more than 100,000 gallons of sewerage was spilt in Bosque Square Shopping Center.