KPD seeks suspect using stolen credit card

The Killeen Police Department is asking for the community’s help identifying a suspect using a credit card that was stolen during a burglary of a vehicle.

Children's ministry founder arrested on child indecency charges

The founder of a children's ministry in Bell County has been arrested on indecency with a child by contact charges.

Google wants to run your home with Nest

Google is knocking at your front door.

'American Idol' is returning

"American Idol" returns this week with not a single original judge at the table, new possible contestants and some changes to the format. Have we lost you already? There was a time when a new season of "Idol" would send fans into a frenzy, espe

South Sudan fighting fuels surge in numbers fleeing homes

A month of conflict has displaced about 413,000 people in South Sudan, the United Nations said Wednesday, after a major surge in those fleeing violence in the past week. Representatives of the government and rebels have been holding talks in Addis

Shezanne Cassim, American detained in UAE over parody video, speaks out

Shezanne Cassim has a renewed appreciation for freedom after spending nine months behind bars in the United Arab Emirates. The 29-year-old from Minnesota had been working as a business consultant in opulent Dubai before authorities arrested him an

Thousands donate to give West ISD a new FFA buidling

The April fertilizer blast in West not only destroyed the district's Intermediate School and countless surrounding buildings, but it also leveled the West ISD's welding and agriculture shop used by the district's FFA program.

Second man charged in Chalk Bluff beating death

UPDATE - A second man has been charged in the deadly beating and robbery of a 75-year old Chalk Bluff resident.

Rock Prairie bridge construction begins

The Rock Prairie bridge overpass in south College Station is about to get a facelift as TxDOT crews move in this week to start the bridge widening project.

A&M interim president takes over

Loftin is out and Hussey is in. Tuesday marked interim A&M President, Mark Hussey's first day on the job after R. Bowen Loftin stepped down Monday.