College Station Police looking for armed robber

COLLEGE STATION -- What was supposed to be a relaxing day by the pool turns into a nightmare when a College Station man is robbed at gunpoint.

Federal court to hear challenge to South Carolina voter ID law

South Carolina officials head to federal court on Monday to defend a controversial new voter identification law, dismissing suggestions the requirement would deny tens of thousands of people, many of them minorities, access to the ballot.

Isaac poised for Gulf landfall on Katrina anniversary

New Orleans and much of the Gulf Coast faced the anniversary of devastating Hurricane Katrina by hunkering down for new storm amid "a high level of anxiety," as the Crescent City's mayor put it Monday.

East Texas woman given life sentence in murder of tenth husband

An Upshur County jury on Monday morning sentenced an Ore City woman to life in prison after convicting her of her husband's murder.

Governor Jindal: Every storm is different, prepare today

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal held a Unified Command Group meeting and press conference at 11:30 a.m. in Baton Rouge to provide an update on the state’s preparations for Tropical Storm Isaac.

Midway spirit group taking on new leadership role

WACO -- If you've ever been to a Midway football game, you can't miss the Blue Crew and Panther Patrol. But what started as a spirit group, will now be taking on much more.

Killeen police investigating suspicious items near roadway

KILLEEN -- Police are investigating an incident involving homemade explosives set off near Fort Hood.

Body found near open field in Temple

TEMPLE -- Temple police are waiting for an autopsy report after finding a body in an open field Thursday. Officers responded to a wooded area near the 2500 block of South 5th Street around 10:30 a.m.

Local law enforcement agencies investigating Brazos Valley ATM burglaries

BRAZOS VALLEY -- A string of ATM burglaries in the Brazos Valley has law enforcement agencies from Bryan, Brazos County and Madison County working together to see if they're related.

30 Defendants Indicted in Northeast Texas Drug Trafficking Enterprise

U.S. Attorney John M. Bales announced today that 30 individuals have been identified and indicted following a lengthy investigation into drug trafficking in the Eastern District of Texas.