the ATF said so far they've found no evidence that the West explosion was started by a bomb of any type.
That's according to NBC's Pete Williams. More>>
You hear of life-threatening situations all the time, but many people never imagine it happening to them.
The reality is, it can.
And the question is are you really prepared. More>>
With last years record-breaking West Nile numbers Central Texas is gearing up once again for the onslaught.
Last year McLennan County saw 42 cases while Bell County saw 10. More>>
There's a new hi-tech tool helping doctors catch it before it grows deadly. More>>
The food at the mom and pop-style restaurants may be just as calorie-laden as what's served in those larger chains. More>>
We all know the dangers of going grocery shopping on an empty stomach. More>>
"How much did you weigh when you were born?" Dr. Alfred Brann asks the first time we talk. More>>
Theresa Borawski sat down heavily on a neighbor's porch, somewhere in between her front door and her good friend's driveway. The distance between the two was less than half a mile. It might as well have been 20. More>>
FEMA and other national organizations are stepping in to help West victims get back on their feet.
After weeks of devastation more than 400 people are receiving good news. More>>
Two Brazos County brothers are hospitalized in College Station with a potentially fatal form of e-coli. More>>
This is Max Simmons, but you can call him Jedi Max. Our cameras caught up with this 8-year-old boy back in March, just after he found out he had brain cancer, again. More>>
Have a heart attack in Ogdensburg, N.Y., and it'll cost $15,087 on average. But if you are treated in Valley Regional Medical Center in Brownsville, Texas, the bill will be nearly $66,000. More>>
Tanning beds will now have stricter regulations in order to be in business. More>>
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is now speaking out after getting criticism for his weight-loss surgery. More>>
Half of Americans who test positive for Hepatitis C do not receive follow-up testing. More>>
Any parent will agree, saving a dime here and there can help out a lot down the road.
And Central Texas moms are doing just that by tapping into the popular DIY or "do it yourself" phenomenon. More>>
Flame retardants found in common household items could be linked with cognitive problems in early childhood. More>>
A Central Texas police station is making an extra effort so people in the community can get their concealed hand gun license. Twice a year Morgan's Point holds CHL classes at their facilities. And Saturday More>>
Cholera is an intestinal infection that's rare in the United States currently. More>>
If you're a smoothie lover, take note. Eight spots in your kitchen -- including the indispensable blender and a few other unexpected areas -- may be alive with foodborne pathogens potent enough to sicken you and your family, a new study from a leading safety organization has found. More>>
There are new health concerns over a chemical found in popular liquid hand soaps and body washes. More>>
It's been two weeks since the West fertilizer explosion, and now people are questioning if mandatory emergency planning was in place.
Thursday the McLennan County Emergency Management Team held a press conference after they said they were misrepresented. More>>
The Justice Department is now appealing a judge's decision to lift age limits on the Plan B morning after birth control pill and its generic version. More>>
Ladies, next time you apply your lipstick, here's something to think about. More>>