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West ISD approves new football field

The school board for West ISD has approved the building of a new synthetic-turf football field to replace the one first used as a triage following the fertilizer blast in April.

Feds question NETX man in connection with laced letters sent to NYC Mayor Bloomberg, President Obama

Federal officials, including the FBI, are questioning a Northeast Texas man in connection with poison-laced letters sent to New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Mayors Against Illegal Guns and President Barack Obama, KSLA-TV in Shreveport rep

Attorney: Boy, 12, pleads not guilty to killing 8-year-old sister

A 12-year-old accused with stabbing to death his 8-year-old sister at their Northern California home pleaded not guilty on Wednesday during an appearance in a Calaveras County juvenile court, his attorney told CNN.

Mart couple's treehouse to be featured on cable Friday night

A Central Texas couple has built an extraordinary house on their property just outside of Mart. Tomorrow, a new cable series will air documenting the process of building it.

St. Joseph designated as Level 2 trauma center

When a loved one is seriously injured in an accident you want them to have the best health care there is.

Construction worker killed Wednesday identified

We now know the name of a construction worker crushed by two shoring panels Wednesday afternoon.

Injured Bryan firefighters expected to come home Friday

Bryan Firefighters Ricky Mantey, Jr., and Mitch Moran are coming home! It is anticipated that both firefighters will return to Bryan on Friday, May 31.

$1 billion in cocaine intercepted en route to US

Authorities intercepted two speedboats -- sinking one -- and recovered about 13,000 pounds of cocaine worth almost $1 billion. Indeed, that's billion with a B.

Up to 40 arrests expected in Waco food stamp fraud sting

A food stamp fraud case in Waco could lead to more than $80,000 of restitution.

Calling procedure changes coming to some Central Texans

Some Central Texans are going to start being required to dial all ten digits when calling locally due to changes in the phone lines starting this Saturday.