Melanoma rates increasing in young women

BROWNSVILLE — "My biggest battle in the valley, since I've been here, is trying to convince the valley population that they really are at risk for getting skin cancer of all types really," says Dermatologist, Dr.

Seized animals granted to local animal shelter

WACO -- Owners of the nearly 80 dogs taken from their home in Central Texas have nine days to appeal the judge's decision to keep the animals in the care of a local animal shelter.

TxDot looking at ways to improve Hwy 6

BRYAN -- More than 21,000 vehicles travel down Highway Six every single day so accidents are bound to happen.

Local officer involved in shootout identified

BELL COUNTY -- The Roger's police officer involved in a gunfire exchange last week has been identified as officer Jimmy Smitherman.

Police search for truck involved in fatal Central Texas accident

WACO -- Police all over the state now searching for a truck that lost it's tire on a Central Texas highway sending it flying into another vehicle killing a woman inside.

College Station storage facility burglarized

COLLEGE STATION -- Another round of storage facility break-ins to report, this time, in College Station.

Local police investigating stabbing that sent man to hospital

BELLMEAD -- Police are investigating a stabbing that sent one person to the hospital but not many details about the incident are being released.

Diamond Pet Foods recalls products due to salmonella contamination

Diamond Pet Foods is voluntarily recalling Diamond Naturals Lamb Meal & Rice. This is being done as a precautionary measure, as the product has the potential to be contaminated with salmonella.

High-risk sex offender added to Texas most wanted list

AUSTIN - A high-risk Houston sex offender on electronic monitoring, who escaped from an east Houston halfway house last Thursday, has been added to the Texas 10 Most Wanted List, and a $7,500 cash reward is being offered for information leading

Officials warn to be careful selecting lawn care service companies

WACO -- Over the last year more than 200 complaints have been filed in Central Texas against lawn maintenance and landscaping companies. So the Better Business Bureau is warning be careful.