GOV. PERRY: Special Session to begin July 1

Gov. Rick Perry today announced a Special Session of the Texas Legislature will begin at 2 p.m. Monday, July 1.

Highway 6 on and off ramps under construction

If you've ever driven down Highway 6 between FM 2818 and FM 158 , especially during rush hour, then you know just how backed up traffic can get.

Aggie cologne to hit the shelves later this summer

Have you ever wondered what Texas A&M or Kyle Field smells like? Well now you won't have to wonder anymore.

Memorial Services for Texas A&M’s retired mascot, Rev VII, set for Sept. 6

Memorial services for Texas A&M University’s retired mascot, Reveille VII, will be held at Reed Arena on the evening of Sept. 6, announced ceremony organizers.

Wendy Davis: From teen mom to Harvard Law to famous filibuster

The Texas state senator whose filibuster of an abortion bill became a national phenomenon has a long history of persisting against tough odds. Wendy Davis -- the 50-year-old Democrat who stood and spoke for 13 hours Tuesday at the Texas Capitol --

Waco PD still looking for firearm theives

Waco police are are trying to identify three people who they say are involved in the theft of a firearm from Praco Gun Shop early this month.

Texas law now requires voters to show ID

A change in the voting laws in Texas now requires voters to present photo identification when voting.

West homes still in process of demolition

It's been more than two months since the deadly fertilizer plant explosion in West, and residents are still recovering.

Waco man found guilty of arson

A Waco jury has found a Waco man guilty of arson for attempting to set his ex-girlfriend's house on fire. The trial for William Charles Webb, 29, began after jury selection on Monday.

Texas Senator, Robert Nichols, releases statement for failing to address SJR 2 bill

Republican Texas Senator Robert Nichols released a statement on the failure to address the SJR 2 bill.