TEEX holds 47th annual "Escuela para Bomberos"

COLLEGE STATION -- More than 750 Spanish-speaking firefighters have traveled from all across the world to train here in Central Texas.

Temple police make second significant drug bust in less than a month

TEMPLE -- It's the second largest drug seizure in Temple in less than a month. "It was over 88 pounds of marijuana in pre-packaged plastic and over $13,000 in cash," said Sgt. Brad Hunt, Temple P.D.

Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile again

BRAZOS COUNTY -- For the fourth time in Brazos County in less than two months, mosquitoes have tested positive for West Nile. This time at Sue Haswell Park in Bryan on the north side near William J. Bryan.

Texas named America’s top state for business

AUSTIN – Texas is America’s Top State for Business 2012, according to CNBC’s sixth-annual study that scored all 50 states on 51 measures of competitiveness.

High Risk sex offender arrested thanks to community help

WACO -- A high-risk sex offender in Waco is captured six days after exposing himself to a young child. Mario Estrada, 51, has been charged with indecency to a child after exposing himself to a 9-year-old girl on July 4th.

Featured Most Wanted fugitive captured in Mexico

AUSTIN – Javier Cortez Jr., 32, who was July’s Featured Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitive, is now in custody after his capture in Mexico and his extradition to the U.S.

Muskogee School Age Care & Montague Youth Center

Fort Hood, TX, The Army Family Covenant expressly makes a commitment to standardizing and funding Family programs to include increasing the availability of quality, affordable childcare and youth programs.

Texas, Texas A&M band named to Huffington Post’s ‘Best Marching Bands for 2011-12’

TEXAS — The "Fightin' Texas Aggie Band" and Texas' "Showband of the Southwest" recently received yet another national recognition, as the world renowned bands have been included in a top ten list of “The

Nine Border Patrol stations to close; 41 agents to move to posts closer to borders

Washington - Nine Border Patrol stations will be closed within the next six months to move 41 agents closer to the southern and northern borders, according to a spokesman for U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Thousands of turtle hatchlings crushed by excavators

Thousands of endangered leatherback turtle hatchlings were killed over the weekend in an erosion-control project on a Trinidad beach, according to reports from the Caribbean island.