ETX high school basketball coach to become graduate assistant at Baylor

KWKT has confimed with Spring Hill Athletic Director Mark Sartain, Spring Hill varsity head boy's basketball coach, Hunter Taylor, has resigned and will be taking a graduate assistant coaching job at Baylor University.

City considering allowing tattoo shops in downtown Bryan

If you walk down Main Street in downtown Bryan you'll see local shops, bars and restaurants. One business you won't see though?

Judge Osborn denies Major Hasan's Defense of Others defense

In the case of U.S. vs. Maj. Nidal M. Hasan, Col. Tara Osborn ruled that the "defense of others" defense fails as a matter of law.

Two CSPD detectives given state valor award

Two of College Station's finest were honored Thursday by the state.

Drug cartel hitman confesses to killing at least 30 people

Investigators thought Jose Martinez may have had something to do with the shooting of an Alabama man, found dead by hunters on a forest's edge. Little did they know.

Woman dies after rear end enhancing procedure

Police in south Florida are trying to find a man who passed himself off as a doctor from Venezuela. Investigators say he administered butt-enhancing injections to a Miami woman, who died shortly after the procedure.

Gov. Perry signs drug screening legislation

Gov. Rick Perry today signed Senate Bill 21, which will require mandatory drug screening as a condition for the receipt of unemployment compensation benefits by certain individuals. The governor was joined by bill author Sen.

Man pleads guilty in latest Waco food stamp fraud case

A Waco man has pleaded guilty to a federal wire fraud charge for his reported role in fraudulent food stamp usage conducted in his store.

Outlook for successful harvests in CenTX looks good so far this year

They say sometimes a little can go a long way, and that seems to be the case with the rainfall that's been coming to the Central Texas region.  

West ISD reorganizing after FEMA denial

The independent school district for West took a big blow this week when news spread that FEMA would not be helping them. The superintendent is now planning on organizing in an effort to reapply.