One dead in HWY 21 accident in Madison County

One person is dead and another injured after a head on collision early Friday morning in Madison County.

Woman arrested for road rage incident

A road rage fight landed a College Station woman in jail after police say she pulled out a knife. 23-year-old Jennifer Torello was arrested early Friday morning for aggravated assault.

Neighbor evacuates family after vacant home goes up in flames

The Waco Fire Marshal’s office is investigating how a fire started that destroyed a vacant home, and the next door neighbor thinks it was started by a squatter.

'A little creepy': Montana bride's custom wedding song talks of falling

It was written as a moving tribute to what seemed a promising love affair.

Brain amoeba found in tests of water supply where boy died in Louisiana

Tests of a Louisiana parish's water supply confirmed the presence of a rare brain-eating amoeba blamed for last month's death of a 4-year-old boy. The state's Department of Health & Hospitals said Thursday that tests conducted by the Centers for D

E-cigarettes: Healthy tool or gateway device?

If the tiny sample of smokers in a new study in the British journal Lancet are any indication, electronic cigarettes might be slightly more effective than nicotine patches in helping people quit smoking. Great, right?

"Wake Up Waco!" initiative helps improve student attendance at Waco ISD

Dozens of students at Waco ISD are participating in a new attendance initiative, called "Wake Up Waco!".  

Former Collin Street Bakery comptroller indicted on claims that he stole nearly $17M

The former comptroller for a well-known Central Texas fruitcake company has now been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges that he embezzled millions of dollars from the business over the course eight years.

Baylor gives tour of BRIC

The Baylor Research and Innovation Collaborative, or BRIC, opened its doors earlier this year.

Local businesses prepping for busiest weekend of the year

It's the calm before the storm. This weekend more than 90,000 football fans are expected to descend on Bryan-College Station to see the biggest game of the year.