Navasota Fire Department reaches reimbursement agreement with county

It's a problem that fire departments all across the country are experiencing; budgets are limited and the funds just aren't what they used to be.

18-wheeler accident causes road closure and power outage

An 18-wheeler caused quite the headache in Bryan on Wednesday after it hit an electrical pole. The accident happened just before 9:00 on South College when an 18-wheeler carrying diesel fuel struck an electrical pole.

Panel selection postponed six days in Hasan court-martial

Col. Tara Osborn, the trial judge in United States, vsMaj. Nidal M. Hassan, has announced a change in next week's scheduled court martial. A pretrial hearing will still be held on May 29, as orginally announced by the court.

Local jail switches to powdered milk to save money

In an effort to cut costs from the county's already tight budget, McLennan County officials have decided to start serving inmates powdered milk.

New road rules coming soon for Texas drivers

New road rules are on the way for Texas drivers.

Midway ISD celebrates successful Rachel's Challenge

For the fourth year in a row, Midway ISD has celebrated Rachel’s Challenge. It is a program to encourage good deeds while at the same time harnessing an anti-bullying environment in the classroom.

AMBER ALERT CANCELED: Harris Co. child found safe, dad in custody

UPDATE (4:48 p.m.): According to KHOU, the Amber Alert has been canceled. The child has been found and the dad is in custody.  

VIDEO: Man spills wife's beer during Cubs game, wife gets revenge

You never know where a home run ball will land. Sometimes you catch them and sometimes they hit you square in the face.

Legal Blood Alcohol limit may be lowered to .05

The National Transportation Safety Board has announced plans "to put the country on a course to eliminate alcohol-impaired driving crashes" by changing the legal drinking limit from .08 to .05.

Chemical Safety Board says two other federal agencies hindered their investigation of West explosion

The Chairperson of the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board, CSB, claims the ATF and State Fire Marshal's Office are keeping his investigators from adequately doing their jobs.