Arrest made in connection with laced envelopes sent to President Obama, Sen. Wicker

An arrest has been made in connection with letters sent to President Barack Obama and Sen. Roger Wicker that authorities are testing to determine if they contain ricin, two federal law enforcement officials said Wednesday.

Bryan PD introduces Junior Police Academy

The Junior Police Academy is a new and innovative program for our youth.

Six arrested for mortgage fraud conspiracy

Six North Texans have been indicted and arrested in connection with a mortgage fraud conspiracy in the Eastern District of Texas.

BU Business School entrepreneurship program ranks 3rd in the nation

Bloomberg BusinessWeek has ranked the innovative entrepreneurship program at Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business third in the country. Baylor was the highest ranked school in Texas.

Navasota FD asking county for reimbursement on calls made outside city limits

The Navasota Fire Department responds to emergency calls on a daily basis not just inside city limits but out in the county as well.

Hewitt/Robinson I-35 flyover opens up

Big progress in Central Texas’ I-35 widening project occurred today when the first major flyover in the area was opened up to the public.

Teenager is serious condition after leading police on high-speed chase

A teenager is in serious condition after rolling his car multiple times. This, after leading police on a roughly 60-mile car chase. Angel DeJesus Nunez, 18, was stopped by Reisel Police around 10 P.M Tuesday night.

Major water line breaks in Trinity

A major water line has been broken. Water to the city of Trinity will be off for several hours.

BU research says 'Psycho-inspired' TV show offers food for thought

With a new TV series turning the spotlight on one of Hollywood’s most famous mom-son relationships, that of Psycho’s Norman Bates and his late mother, a Baylor University researcher suggests it may be time to take a closer look at w

US Senate votes down Toomey-Manchin Gun Bill

In a major defeat for supporters of tougher gun laws, the U.S. Senate on Wednesday defeated a compromise proposal to expand background checks on firearms sales.