Teen charged with manslaughter for traffic accident that left one dead

WACO -- A Valley Mills teenager is in the McLennan County Jail tonight, charged with manslaughter in a crash that killed a local college coed back in April.

9-year-old laid to rest after drowning incident

GATESVILLE -- A nine-year-old boy is laid to rest this afternoon in Gatesville.

College Station asking residents to cut back on water use

COLLEGE STATION -- As we continue to see triple-digit temperatures, water demands are at an all time high too and that's forcing the city of College Station to ask people to cut back before the next step, mandatory water restrictions.

Man charged for DWI, hitting a vehicle and taking off

BRYAN -- A hit and run accident on Sunday left one Bryan man behind bars, not only for the accident but also for driving drunk.

Texas A&M exploring conference options

COLLEGE STATION -- Just when we all thought the talk and hype of a potential move to the SEC had finally started dying down, the Aggies are at the center of attention once again all because of a letter, notifying the Big 12 that A&M is

Extra stage precautions taken at Margarita and Salsa Festival

The 16th annual Margarita and Salsa Festival is tomorrow at the Extraco Event Center. Along with margaritas and salsa, there will be best queso, guacamole and other competitions.

Night speed limits change to 70, Sept. 1

There will be a lot of changes come September 1st, and this one may effect how quickly and safely you get to your destination. At least by car that is.

Man robbed, daughter threatened

Waco police are still searching for the man who robbed another man and threatened his 4-year-old daughter. The robbery happened at the Chevron station at 1624 West Waco Drive.

Murder suspect arrested over a year after incident

WACO -- Police have finally made an arrest in a murder case that happened at a Waco city park over a year ago. Waco Special Crimes unit arrested 20-year-old Steven Jaye Peace Jr. Thursday afternoon.

Northgate District meter fees change in College Station

COLLEGE STATION -- Having some extra spare change in your pocket is always a nice thing to have and residents in College Station will soon get a chance to start saving, thanks to a vote from the city council last night.