Central Texas women stepping up to protect themselves, family

WACO -- With more and more reports of violent crime in Central Texas, a group of women is taking a stand to protect themselves, and they're doing it with guns.

Gatesville woman stabs herself outside justice building

A Gatesville woman stabbed herself outside the Coryell County Justice building Tuesday afternoon.

Report: Texas fails to discipline doctors hospitals have punished

A new report says Texas is among the states that does not pursue many of the doctors who have been punished by hospitals, including ones the hospitals have barred.

Consumer alert: Beware of charitable scams during Japan relief effort

In wake of the earthquake and resulting tsunami that has caused widespread disaster in Japan and some areas of the United States, the Office of the Attorney General is cautioning generous Texans to carefully vet relief organizations before maki

Central Texans reach out to Japan

Central Texas organizations and churches are sending money donations and providing manual labor, help Japan in any way they can.

Witness catches burglar on camera

TEMPLE -- Police are looking for a man who is armed and dangerous, and police say Temple residents should be on the look out. Police say the man, caught on camera by a witness, is a suspect in several home burglaries Monday.

Bryan police searching for man who held up convenience store

BRYAN -- Bryan police are looking for a man who held up a convenience store Monday night.

Lady Bears are a No. 1 seed, first time in school history

WACO, Texas (AP) - Baylor is a No. 1 seed for the first time and playing at home to start this year's NCAA women's tournament.

Police looking for armed robber in College Station

College Station -- Police in College Station are looking for a man who robbed a convenience store Monday night. It happened just after 11 p.m. at the Max Shell Food Mart on 3300 SH 6. 

Bill aims to ban paddling in Texas schools

WACO -- While spanking or paddling in schools was banned in many states years ago, Texas still allows corporal punishment, and most districts in Central Texas still use that form of discipline. Now, Houston State Rep.