Reward increased for Texas Most Wanted fugitive

The reward for a Texas Most Wanted fugitive has increased to $17,500. Any information leading to the arrest of Ernesto Alonso Garcia, 30, will be given the $17,500 reward if the tip comes in during the month of July.

Bryan apartment fire sends one to the hospital

One woman is recovering after her Bryan apartment caught fire early Monday morning. The fire broke at the Saddlewood Apartment off Wellborn Road just before 2:00 a.m..

Aggie football players facing assault charges

Two A&M football players are in trouble with the law. Police say 21-year-old Deshazor Everett, who you see pictured left, and 20-year-old Floyd Raven, pictured right, were involved in an April altercation.

Two juveniles arrested for throwing rocks and concrete onto the interestate

Two juvenile suspects were arrested for the stone/concrete throwing that occurred on Saturday morning at 1:10 a.m. in the 800 block of Interstate Highway 35.

I-35 detours expected in Lorena through Wednesday

I-35 Southbound Mainlane Closure at FM 2837 (Old Lorena Road) in Lorena (McLennan County) Monday, July 1, 2013 through Wednesday, July 3, 2013 (7pm – 7am, nightly)

$2.7 million of marijuana seized inside cargo of Serrano peppers

U.S. Custom and Border Protection officers seized over $2.7 million in marijuana at a Valley port of entry over the weekend.

A-Rod cleared to begin rehab assignment

The New York Yankees have announced third basemen, Alex Rodriguez, 37, has officially been cleared to begin his rehab assignment. A-Rod will begin playing again by joining the Yankees Single-A Charleston team on Tuesday.

DA won't seek death penalty against Central Texas pastor accused of murder

The Coryell County District Attorney's office has announced they will not seek the death penalty against a former Gatesville pastor accused of killing his wife.  

East Waco library mural now complete

A large mural on the side of an East Waco library is now completed.

Waco animal control reports rise in snake sightings

More snakes appear to out and about this time of year, and for animal control officials, that means responding to more calls from frightened citizens.