CSPD looking for two armed robbery suspects

A College Station conveinece store is robbed at gunpoint and now police are looking for two men who they say are responsible.

12 TAMU students to be chosen for models in War Hymn Memorial

Twelve Aggies will get the chance to saw varsity’s horns off … forever! Yes! Twelve students will be chosen to model for the figures in the new War Hymn Memorial.

Waco PD, FBI issue warrant for possible bank robber

Waco Police and the FBI believe they know who robbed a bank early Monday morning. A warrant has been issued for 29 year-old Darryl Rashad Stoglin. He is wanted for the robbery of the C-T Federal Credit Union in Waco.

Ft. Hood soldier dies from terminal illness

Fort Hood officials have released the name of a Soldier who died from a terminal illness in Temple, Texas, on Sunday.

ASPCA hosts animal cruelty prevention training in Temple

More than 100 participants came out to Wednesday’s Animal Cruelty Prevention and Emergency Animal Sheltering Seminar in Temple.

VIDEO: Cornyn, Colleagues to Obama: Partial 'Obamacare' delay does not go far enough

U.S. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, today joined all 45 fellow Senate Republicans in sending a letter to President Obama asking him to extend the Obamacare employer mandate delay to the rest of the flawed law and to make those delays permanent.

Neighbors speculate drug overdose after two found dead in Belton home

Belton Police are investigating and neighbors are speculating after two people were found dead in a home Tuesday afternoon.

Citizen Police Academy accepting applications

It’s that time of year again when we recruit citizens for class. Do you know someone who would like to join our Citizens Police Academy or have you been thinking about it yourself? Well now is the time to join.

FEMA awards nearly $48 million to TX for firefighting costs

More than $47.9 million was recently awarded to the state of Texas by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for reimbursement of expenses to fight the wildfires that burned in 168 counties and destroyed more than 1.3 million acres of l

Accused Boston Marathon bomber faces charges, victims and the public

When the public last saw accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, he was climbing out of a motorboat dry-docked in the backyard of a Watertown, Massachusetts, home. He was covered in blood from bullet wounds sustained during a manhunt tha