Local city needs volunteer firefighters

WOODWAY -- With the heat and dry conditions comes the start of fire season and the City of Woodway needs more volunteer firefighters. The Public Safety Department is recruiting volunteers to participate in a fire fighter academy.

Military personnel granted free admission at local attractions

WACO -- Several Waco attractions did their part to give back today and say thank you to our incredible military service members.

CS community honoring veterans on Memorial Day

COLLEGE STATION -- Many spent today relaxing by the water or enjoying their day off with friends and family.

Bryan man arrested, attacked man with a baseball bat

BRYAN -- A Bryan man spent part of his holiday weekend behind bars after he allegedly beat someone with a baseball bat.

Naked man shot dead after chewing victim's face

MIAMI, FL — Disturbing new details and surveillance video have been released in an incident off a Florida highway that involved naked men and cannibalism. The incident ended with an officer fatally shooting one of the men.

Body found in Trinity River, authorities investigating

MADISON COUNTY -- On May 28, 2012, at approximately 8:40am, Deputies from the Madison county Sheriff’s Office, along with Game Wardens from Madison and Houston Counties, responded to a call from a passing boater about a human body floatin

2 murder suspects escape from Texarkana jail

Two suspects awaiting trial on murder charges used a hacksaw to escape from an Arkansas jail early Monday, authorities said.

UPDATE: Missing Waco woman found safe

UPDATE: Shana Latrice Milus has been found safe.   Waco law enforcement is asking for the public's help in finding a missing man.

New rescue group to help with animal overcrowding

WACO - From puppy mills to feral animals to unwanted pets. "It's a problem due to the intake at the shelter," said Carrie Kuehl, director of Animal Birth Control Clinic.

CS city council passes utility deposit for new customers

COLLEGE STATION -- What happens if you don't pay your utility bill? Well, in College Station, the city has to pick up the tab and that's costing them big bucks.