Vietnam vet home destroyed in possible arson case

CHINA SPRING -- A disabled Vietnam veteran is safe tonight after escaping his home engulfed in flames, with just his dog and the clothes on his back.

2012 Farm Bill could cut direct payments to farmers

WACO -- Over the years, direct payments have served as a sort of safety net for farmers.

Pot and stolen checks found in CS car

COLLEGE STATION -- Two people are arrested in College Station after police found pot and stolen credit cards inside their car. Police pulled over Josh Edwards and Tiffany Margaret Taylor on Holleman Drive on Thursday.

Two pounds of pot found in Hearne man's car

HEARNE -- A Hearne man, pulled over for speeding, is now behind bars after police found $1,600 worth of pot inside his car. 41-year-old, Warren LaCharles Mayes, was pulled over late last night in Hearne.

War of 1812 statue unveiled at Veterans Park

COLLEGE STATION -- It was on this day back in 1812 when President Madison declared war on Great Britain.

Brazos Valley Food Bank receives truck-load of cereal

BRYAN -- A very large donation today, a truck-load to be exact, will help feed around 1,500 families in the Brazos Valley.

Local woman arrested for strangling disabled roommate

WACO -- A Central Texas woman is arrested for strangling her disabled roommate.

Robbery suspect in multiple cities arrested

KILLEEN -- Tonight a suspected robber in multiple cities is now behind bars. Shawn Thomas King Jr., was suspected of robbing Freddy's Convenience Store in Harker Heights on May 7.

Salvation Army, TXU offering a cool reward

WACO -- Some lucky people in Waco will have the chance to catch  relief from the heat. The Salvation Army is partnering with TXU Energy in a Beat the Heat campaign.

VA health fair helps vets learn about free programs

TEMPLE -- "It's important to know, first of all as a veteran, what services you earned by serving your country," Jana O'Leary, Women Veterans Program Manager said.