Local vet giving abused, blind cat second chance at life

COLLEGE STATION -- Animal cruelty is a nation-wide problem and while many would like to think Bryan-College Station is an exception, unfortunately that's not the case.

Gov. Perry calls for Obama administration to stop surge of illegals

On Friday, Gov. Rick Perry sent a letter calling on President Barack Obama to address the recent surge of unaccompanied minors illegally entering the U.S. and being housed in Texas and other states.

College Station man dies while walking down a rural highway

COLLEGE STATION -- A College Station man is dead tonight after being hit by a truck early Sunday morning.

CS apartment fire displaces 18 people

COLLEGE STATION -- A kitchen fire in a College Station apartment complex displaced eighteen people Saturday night.

Man arrested for sexual assault at Waco apartment

A Waco man is behind bars after allegedly sexually assaulting a woman at her apartment. Officers responded to reports of a sexual assault in a west Waco apartment on Sunday.

Texas reaches $14M settlement with Abbott Laboratories

AUSTIN – Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott and other state attorneys general today resolved a two-phase Medicaid fraud and deceptive marketing investigation into Abbott Laboratories.

Fatal car accident victims in Killeen identified

KILLEEN -- A man driving the wrong way on highway 195 in Killeen Saturday night crashed into an oncoming car, killing both drivers. Rachelle Nicole Pitman,23, of Killeen was killed.

Rockdale man faces murder charges after housemate found shot

ROCKDALE -- A Rockdale man is now in jail after allegedly shooting the woman he lived with in the head. Stephen Daniel, 46, is now in Milam County Jail facing murder charges after he reported the shooting late Sunday night.

Waco murderer at large

WACO -- The first murder of the year for Waco happened over the weekend. But tonight, police still need your help catching the killer. It happened Saturday night around 11:30 on the 2400 block of Colonial.

Two Central Texas drownings have Park Rangers warning all lake-goers

WACO -- A sunny afternoon at Lake Waco quickly turned tragic on Sunday. "This is not how we want to start the summer," said Park Ranger Liz Anderson.