Bryan sells the LaSalle Hotel for $2.6M

It's more than just a historic hotel; the LaSalle is credited with being the catalyst for downtown Bryan's revitalization.

Cameron Park Zoo mourns the loss of Giraffe

Waco, Texas - Cameron Park Zoo is deeply saddened to announce the death of Jeffrey, a 21 year old Reticulated giraffe, who died Friday, July 12, 2013 at 5:50 am. Jeffrey was under veterinary care for arthritis due to his advanced age.

Temple PD looking for Friday morning bank robber

Friday, at about 9:03 a.m., Temple police responded to a robbery that just occurred at the Temple Santa Fe Community Credit Union, located at 1750 West Avenue A.

Copperas Cove PD looking for vehicle vandals

The Copperas Cove Police Department is asking for the community’s assistance in solving numerous reports of vehicles being damaged. The majority of the damage was reported as occurring in areas of Vernice Drive and Isabelle Drive.

Hewitt officials decide not to build new well to provide water for city

With rapid population growth and relentless Texas heat, water is a constant issue here in Central Texas. City leaders are always working to ensure their residents' water needs are met.  

TAMU president stepping down in 2014

According to the Texas Tribune, Texas A&M University President R.

Sen. Cornyn joins Cruz, Flores, Perry in appealing President's denial of West disaster declaration

Senator John Cornyn has joined Senator Ted Cruz and Representative Bill Flores,  in sending a letter to President Obama supporting Texas Governor Rick Perry’s recent appeal for a Major Disaster Declaration for West, Texas.

Hundreds of 55+ look to roll 300 in Waco

Starting Friday and lasting the next three weekends, two Waco bowling alleys will be hosting the 33rd Annual Texas State Senior Tournament.

Man swims 5 hours to get help when boat sinks

A family outing on their sailboat turned dangerous when the boat was swamped and everyone was thrown overboard, but a determined family member swam away to find help, and he found it, five hours later.

National gay blood drive aims to lift donation ban

Activists are organizing the first national gay blood drive Friday in an effort to combat the Food and Drug Administration's ban on blood donations from gay and bisexual men.