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Chick-fil-A makes Sunday delivery for Texas boy in hospital

TEMPLE, Texas (KTRK) -- Chick-fil-A is famed for its tender fried chicken, refreshing lemonade and the fact that it's opened all days of the week except Sundays. When Danny Agee, who was awaiting surgery for a brain tumor, expressed from his hospital bed his desire for Chick-fil-A nuggets, a restaur


Electrical worker injured in Hearne area

HEARNE, Tex. (KBTX) - An electrical worker was injured Tuesday in Robertson County. Entergy said one of their employees was hurt in the Hearne area. Hearne police said the worker was electrocuted. He was airlifted to a hospital.


Two dead after tornado touches down in Louisiana; storm damage in East Texas

HOUSTON — The same storm system that rolled through Houston on Wednesday and produced a tornado in Bryan went on to cause damage in East Texas and Louisiana overnight. In Ruston, Louisiana there are reports of two deaths and significant tornado damage, reports CBS affiliate KSLA.


Police: Texas man fatally shot his children, sister-in-law

FORT WORTH, Texas – The man whom officials say shot and killed his young children and his sister-in-law before shooting himself had just taken a job with Child Protective Services and was in training to be a CPS investigator.


Union Pacific project in Robertson County put on hold

ROBERTSON COUNTY, Tex. (KBTX)- Union Pacific is putting the brakes on a multi-million dollar project that was planned in Robertson County. The following statement was issued Monday to KBTX by Union Pacific spokeswoman Kristen South:


Texas Mayor Arrested, Charged With Trying To Rig Own Election

Texas Mayor Arrested, Charged With Trying To Rig Own Election. A Texas mayor has been arrested on charges of trying to rig his own 2017 election victory, prosecutors say. Matt Yurus reports.


Hearne Family Dollar in Hearne celebrates grand reopening

HEARNE, Tex. (KBTX)- The Hearne Family Dollar is celebrating its grand reopening Saturday after merging with the dollar tree. The store provided bounce castles and games outside their store today to celebrate with the community.


Train hits car at Central Texas crossing

HOLLAND, Texas (KWTX) One man was reported dead Thursday morning after a passenger train struck his vehicle at a crossing in Bell County. Few details were immediately available.


What happened to those FEMA trailers stored in Hearne?

HEARNE, Tex. (KBTX) It wasn't long after tornadoes touched down last weekend in the Brazos Valley that some residents began asking why FEMA wasn't offering up some of its unused mobile homes stored in Hearne to help those affected by the violent storms.



Just before 5 pm Wednesday with tornado warnings Danny Morrison of Epicures Catering was in his building on Coyote Run Road at FM 1179. Danny has had a catering service at that location for about 6 years. He has been in business over 30-years and is well known in the Bryan-College Station area. Dann


Texas girl dies at hospital days after being beaten by classmates: report

A 13-year-old Texas girl died Wednesday after falling into a coma following a violent altercation with two teen girls outside her middle school last week in which one girl kicked her in the head.


Possible tornado rips apart homes and businesses in east Texas town

SAN AUGUSTINE COUNTY, Texas (KTRK) -- A reported tornado touched down in San Augustine County Wednesday night, destroying homes and businesses, the sheriff's office said. San Augustine County is just east of Lufkin.


Car partially under water after crashing into ditch

BRAZOS COUNTY, Tex. (KBTX) - Heavy rains in Brazos County caused a car to be partially submerged in a ditch after running off the road. KBTX crews came across the scene Wednesday night, just before 11:00 p.m.


Texas woman who suffered third-degree burns after falling on curling iron opens up about harrowing injury

WARNING: Article contains graphic photos. A mom in Texas says she isn’t about to let a tragic injury keep her from feeling beautiful inside and out. Brittney Sullivan, of Cleburne, was getting ready for work on Jan. 17, 2018 when she suffered an epileptic seizure and fell unconscious into her curlin


Do Texans have a right to know if a house is ‘haunted’ before buying? Curious Texas investigates

Elvira Perry said she’s been witness to odd noises and strange sights inside her Denton home that can only be attributed to the paranormal. Perry and her husband moved into their home three years ago, and she said they were not told prior to buying the house that it could possibly be haunted. But no


15 Suspected Online Child Predators Busted In North Texas Operation

McKINNEY, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Fifteen men have been arrested in an online child predator sting led by the Collin County Sheriff’s Department and Texas DPS. The Collin County Sheriff’s Department said Thursday, investigators from 14 different federal, state and local law enforcement agencies partici


Business owner picking up pieces after tornado devastates building

BRYAN, Tex. (KBTX) - Storms pummeled parts of the Brazos Valley on Wednesday with several businesses losing their buildings. Epicures Catering was one of the worst hit. The owner says this isn't the first time they've had a run in with a tornado there.


Texas executes white supremacist who dragged black man to death

An avowed racist who orchestrated one of the most gruesome hate crimes in U.S. history was executed Wednesday in Texas for the dragging death of a black man. John William King, who was white, received lethal injection for the slaying nearly 21 years ago of James Byrd Jr., who was chained to the back


Reported tornado damages buildings in Central Texas

BRYAN, Texas - A reported tornado damaged multiple buildings in Central Texas Wednesday afternoon just outside of College Station. Storm investigators say four structures in Bryan were damaged, but no one was injured.


Tornado Destroys Properties in Bryan

Severe thunderstorms passed through Bryan-College Station Wednesday afternoon, dumping huge amounts of rain and dropping at least one tornado which struck and destroyed several buildings off FM 1179. No one was seriously injured.