Number of feral hogs continues to rise, costing farmers

WACO -- It's a constant game of catch-up. Farmers lay down the seed and within hours feral hogs have already consumed it.

"Green Mile" actor, Michael Clarke Duncan, dead at 54

Michael Clarke Duncan, nominated for an Academy Award for his role in the 1999 film "The Green Mile," has died at age 54, according to a representative for his family.

Man arrested after attacking roommates with hammer

WACO -- A dangerous assault lands a Waco man in jail after he attacked his two roommates with a hammer after they allegedly threw out the girl that he brought home.

Protecting your pet from West Nile

MCLENNAN COUNTY -- As more human West Nile cases are confirmed in McLennan County some of you are asking 'What about my pets?'

Fake, inactive Twitter followers plague presidential campaigns

When Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's Twitter account surpassed one million followers this weekend, the campaign took to Twitter to boast about their "1 million active followers." But according to a web app that analy

Record Labor Day gas prices

Gas prices are higher than they've been going into any other Labor Day weekend on record, but experts predict some relief at the pump is coming fairly soon.

Two arrested in Killeen for stealing appliances

Killeen Police arrested two people who burglarized a residence on Devonshire Ct. on August 28, 2012.

Northgate project delayed several days

COLLEGE STATION -- A $3.7 million dollar project that was supposed to be completed today in College Station has been delayed because several materials haven't arrived on the site yet so Lauren Holman finds out if the project will be wrapped

CS hit and run suspect turns himself in

COLLEGE STATION -- A 22-year old turns himself in after a hit and run Wednesday in College Station. Nicholas Tilley turned himself into the Brazos County Detention Center earlier today.

A&M places second in College Colors Day contest

COLLEGE STATION -- If you were out in College Station today you may have noticed a little more maroon than normal. That's because today is College Colors Day and A&M along with 171 schools across the nation participated.