CSPD buying more assault rifles and higher level body armor

August 13th is a day no one will ever forget. Civilian Chris Northcliffe and Constable Brian Bachmann were shot and killed on that August day while another bystander and three other police officers were injured.

Baylor to address cheating in new study

With cheating rampant, and growing, in American high schools and colleges, researchers at Baylor University’s Institute for Studies of Religion (ISR) will undertake a pilot study investigating the connection between various virtues and me

Four Bryan elementary schools getting sidewalk, safety upgrades

Sidewalk upgrades and safety improvements are in the works for four Bryan elementary schools.

Man found guilty of filming up a woman's dress

A man who secretly filmed and took pictures up woman's dress at a College Station Hobby Lobby has been found guilty.

Registration for early voting ends Thursday

Thursday is the last day to register for voting in the May elections happening around Central Texas.  

Call of a suicidal man leads to arrest

Today the McLennan County Sheriff’s office received a call of a suicidal man possibly heading to the Bosqueville Elementary School to pick up his child. He reportedly made statements that he wanted to kill himself in front of his children.

Dept. of Defense identifies units for upcoming Afghanistan rotation

The Department of Defense today identified four major units to deploy as part of the upcoming rotation of forces operating in Afghanistan.

USPS delivery change delayed

On Wednesday, the U.S. Postal Service said it will delay its plan to eliminate Saturday mail delivery, saying "restrictive language" in Congress' temporary government funding resolution prohibits the new schedule.

BAN to fund Baylor start-ups

Four start-up companies owned by students in Baylor University’s Accelerated Ventures Program have been funded by members of Baylor Angel Network through BAN AV Investment Fund One, LLC.