College Station residents may see mandatory water restrictions soon

COLLEGE STATION -- College Station residents may not get to water their yards every day if water usage demands don't go down soon. This week the city has exceeded more than 90 percent of capacity for three straight days.

Bryan man allegedly stole metal from air conditoners

BRYAN -- 21-year-old Isiah Scott JR. faces a felony charge tonight, after being accused of stealing metal from five air conditioning units from a local Bryan business.

Vineyards thrive during the drought

BRYAN -- Bloomberg just released numbers listing the condition of Texas crops and pastures as 93-percent poor to very poor. That's the highest in the country but grape growers are loving these conditions.

AWOL soldier could face more charges

WACO -- The AWOL soldier accused of planning to bomb a restaurant frequented by Fort Hood troops could face more charges.

Investigation determines cause in Bryan apartment fire

BRYAN -- Investigators are still trying to figure out what started a fire that destroyed 14 apartment units in Bryan, Tuesday afternoon.

Bees hiding out, avoiding drought

WACO -- It's usually the busiest time of the year for Allen Miller but this record drought has him barely getting jobs.

Two men indicted for allegedly assaulting, robbing Waco couple

WACO -- Two men were indicted for allegedly beating and robbing a Waco couple while they were on their front porch back in May.

Man indicted for accident that left two dead

WACO -- A man was indicted and charged yesterday for a car crash that left two dead back in June. 33-year-old Anthony Jerome Carter is charged with evading arrest in a motor vehicle as a deadly weapon.

Suspect surrenders quietly after morning standoff

WACO -- Early this morning police were able to negotiate a man into safely surrendering after a standoff at a local apartment complex.

Temple under mandatory water restrictions

TEMPLE -- The city of Temple is now under mandatory water restrictions. Over the last three days the city has consistently pumped over 24 million gallons of water per day, triggering mandatory water restrictions.