Churchill Downs death probe yields no suspects

A medical examiner is investigating the death of a 48-year-old stable worker named Adan Fabian Perez, a Guatemala native discovered in the back of a barn at Churchill Downs one day after the storied Louisville racetrack hosted the Kentucky Derb

Man drowns after saving daughter in Nolan Lake

One person drowned  over the weekend in Nolan Lake when their horse fell into the water. Officials from Fort Hood's Directorate of Emergency Services responded to a 911 call for help Sunday afternoon at the lake.

A&M students will see an increase in mandatory fees next fall

COLLEGE STATION -- As if college isn't already expensive enough, the Texas A&M board of regents met today to increase tuition at ten of their campuses.

Head-on collision on Hwy 21 injures three

BRAZOS COUNTY -- Several cars collided in Brazos County this morning, shutting down both lanes of Highway 21 for hours.

CPS looking to hire 12 new child abuse and neglect investigators

WACO -- They're the first ones on the scene when a child is abused or neglected, but now The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services is facing a crisis of their own, not enough investigators.

Louisiana Tech moves to Conference USA in 2013

RUSTON, La. — In a news conference on campus on Friday, Louisiana Tech University accepted an invitation to join Conference USA in all sports starting in July 2013.

Local school placed on lockdown after robbery, shots fired nearby

WACO -- Police are looking for a man accused of robbing two men at gunpoint forcing a school to go on lockdown.

More teens using best contraception

WACO -- A new survey reveals more teen girls are using the best birth control methods.

Local students join others across the country to stand against bullying

HEWITT -- Today a Hewitt elementary school joined over one million students across the country in taking a stand against bullying.

State representative critical of Texas A&M tuition hike

Austin - One day after University of Texas System Regents approved tuition hikes at most of their campuses, the Texas A&M Regents today increased tuition at several schools largely in response to the higher education budget adopted by Gover