Waco

TX Sports Hall of Fame 2013 ballot set

According to Smoaky.com, the Texas Sports Hall of Fame Selection Committee, comprised of media members around the state and chaired by Denne Freeman, has set the final ballot of nominees to be voted on for the Class of 2014.

Salvation Army continues to provide relief for victims of West explosion

The Salvation Army continues to respond in West, after the powerful fertilizer plant explosion that caused significant damage to the town on Wednesday, April 17.

BBB warns Central Texans about new cell phone scam

Many consumers have their bank account conveniently at their fingertips. Better Business Bureau warns to watch out for text messages that pose as bank alerts asking you to confirm account information.

Jury selection underway for 2nd Waco 2011 apartment shooting suspect

Jury selection is underway for the second capital murder defendant in a 2011 Waco double homicide.

Waco man charged with injuring baby

A Waco man is in jail, after police say he caused life-threatening injuries to his 5-month-old son. Christopher Franks is being held on a $500,000 bond on injury to a child charges.

Man arrested for first murder of the year in Waco

The man police believe is responsible for the first murder this year in Waco has been arrested.

Waco PD seeks motel robbery suspect

Officers with the Waco Police Department responded to a robbery Monday night at the Roadway Inn located at 3912 South Jack Kultgen (I-35).

Waco PD investigate overnight shooting

Monday night at 11:40 p.m., officers responded to a shots fired call in the area of Garrison and Faulkner.

FedEx Facility to be built in the Robinson Industrial Park

ROBINSON, Texas – June 3, 2013 – Dirt was turned recently for the construction of a 48-door cross-docking facility of approximately 18,400sf for FED-EX FREIGHT.

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.