New regulations for vaccines in 2012

WACO -- New statewide vaccine regulations could limit the amount of people getting immunization shots at health departments.

New associate judge approved for McLennan County

WACO -- The McLennan County Commissioners Court has approved hiring Virgil Bain as the new criminal associate judge.

Two arrested for racing down busy College Station street

COLLEGE STATION -- Two College Station residents were arrested early this morning after police say they witnessed them racing down one of the busiest streets in town.

Another Temple robbery forces employees in freezer

TEMPLE -- Police are investigating another Temple robbery that left employees of a restaurant standing in a freezer. Around 6 a.m. a Bush's Chicken in the 4600 block of 31st Street was robbed.

3 Ft. Hood soldiers killed in Afghanistan

FORT HOOD, Texas -- The Department of Defense announced the death of a Soldier who was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.

Man repeatedly hits woman and toddler with blunt object

LACY LAKEVIEW -- A Lacy Lakeview man is in jail tonight for allegedly pulling out a knife and hitting a woman and a child with a blunt object multiple times.

Copperas Cove man returns to victims home day after being arrested for unlawful restraint

COPPERAS COVE --  A Copperas Cove man is arrested after a dramatic night of threatening suicide and refusing to let his wife and child go.  

Bryan man charged with murder out on bond

BRYAN -- After spending two months behind bars a Bryan man, who's been charged with murder, is now out after posting $82,000 bond.

Dealing with holiday debt

"We can look and see around October, November -- people are holding onto their money to do other things instead of obligated things that should be taking care of," said Joe Martinez, an administrator for Members Choice Federal Credit

Appeal denied for convicted murderer

BRYAN -- An appeal is denied for a Bryan man on death row who was convicted of setting his ex-girlfriend on fire and killing her in 1994.