Government asks court to allow Fort Hood murder case to continue

The government has asked an appeals court to allow the trial against Maj.

Only Four Chefs Remain on "Hell's Kitchen"

   Clemenza Caserta Eliminated from Competition

West Nile outbreak largest ever in U.S.

The recent West Nile virus outbreak is the largest ever seen in the United States, according to new numbers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Winemakers thrilled with this year's weather, best harvest to date

BRYAN -- While many farmers across the U.S. have been struggling this summer in one of the worst droughts to ever hit the Midwest, grape growers here in Central Texas have been thriving in these weather conditions.

Vacant home now ashes, family suspects arson

WACO -- A house fire in Waco may be connected to two others after family members tell us three of their properties have all turned to ash this year.

Brazos County Clerk Deputy arrested for theft

BRAZOS COUNTY -- County Clerk Deputy, Jaime Hines of Bryan was arrested today for Theft $1,500 to $20,000 - by Public Servant, a third degree felony.

Brazos Co. Constable Chief Deputy sworn in to take over Bachmann's duties

BRAZOS COUNTY -- It's been one week since College Station's deadly shooting and as the community continues to mourn, the Brazos County Precinct One Constable's office is back to work.

Bryan Police identify man hit by train

BRYAN -- We now have the identity of the man found dead in Bryan on the train tracks. Bryan police tell us 22-year old Lonnie Conner Junior was run over by a Union Pacific train early Monday morning.

MoneyPak scam hits Central Texas

WACO -- A green prepaid card known as a MoneyPak card used to make PayPal payments or same-day payments is now a tool for scammers.

School lunches get a new look

It’s that time of year again. Backpacks are packed with fresh supplies, new shoes are being tied, and school bells are beckoning kids across Texas and the nation.