Naked man disrupts Texas church

Beaumont police have charged a man with indecent exposure and public intoxication after witnesses say he stripped completely naked, ran into a church and made sexual gestures in front of church members.

Bryan Papa John's robbed at gunpoint

BRYAN -- It's any worker's worst nightmare : being robbed on the clock. And for one Papa John's Pizza employee that nightmare became a reality Sunday evening.

CS hotel employee arrested for stealing $8,300 in jewelry

COLLEGE STATION -- A College Station hotel employee steals jewelry from a guest's room and later tells police it was quote a "terrible mistake."

Reward for featured Texas sex offender increases to $15,000

The reward for Reginald O’Keith Williams, 43, a Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offender and this month’s featured fugitive, has increased to $15,000 for information leading to his capture if the tip comes in during the month of October.

Convicted felon arrested after police find drugs and gun

BRAZOS COUNTY -- A routine traffic stop in Brazos County over the weekend ends with a convicted felon put back behind bars.

Killeen ranked among best cities in nation for college students

The Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood MSA has debuted on the American Institute of Economic Research’s list of the 75 Best Cities For College Students. Killeen was ranked 19th in the category of Small Cities on the College Destinations Index.

New poll: Obama opens up lead over Romney among Catholics

President Barack Obama has opened up a significant lead among Catholic voters, a crucial swing voting bloc, according to a recent Pew poll.

Americans face $3,500 fiscal cliff tax hit

American households face an average tax increase of $3,500 if Congress doesn't act to avert the fiscal cliff, according to a new analysis from the Tax Policy Center. Overall, 88% of households would end up with higher taxes.

Skeletal remains identified as Cen-Tex woman

The body of a Central Texas woman that has been missing for nearly a month has been found and identified.

Teacher mistakenly kills son after neighbor reports robber

A Connecticut grade-school teacher accidentally shot his 15-year-old son during what he apparently thought was the attempted robbery of a neighbor's house, police said Friday.