Waco man indicted on capital murder for killing 2 cousins in May

A Waco man was indicted Wednesday on capital murder in connection to the shooting deaths of two men in May of this year.

Two city officials placed on administrative leave following internal investigation

The city hall for Valley Mills closed their doors on Monday after the city secretary, Christi Turner, and the municipal judge, Madolyn Johnson, were placed on administrative leave.

Rapoport Academy receives $100,000 grant

A local charter school received a $100,000 grant for ongoing renovations to one of their campuses.

Texas housing inventory increases for first time in 3 years

The Texas housing market is doing well, with home prices continuing to increase from high demand, according to the Texas Association of Realtors.

Early morning fire erupts in local Mexican restaurant

A popular Mexican restaurant in Waco is closed after flames erupted in their kitchen early Wednesday morning.

Forged check passed at Waco area HEB, police look for 2 women

Waco Police Department is looking for two women in connection to a forged check that was passed at an area HEB.

Waco animal shelter needs to raise $1.5 million for renovations

The Waco animal shelter is looking to raise more than a million dollars in donations for renovations.

Waco PD participates in National Night Out event

On Tuesday, August 5, the Waco Police Department invites everyone to participate in the 31st Annual National Night Out.

Academy Sports + Outdoors hosts a back-to-school uniform donation for 30 kids with Big Brothers Big Sisters

To make back-to-school shopping a little easier, Academy Sports + Outdoors is hosting its annual Back-to-School Donation for 30 kids from Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Baylor University releases rules for new McLane Stadium on game days

As Baylor University transitions from 64-year-old Floyd Casey Stadium to the state-of-the-art 45,140-seat McLane Stadium on the Brazos River in 2014, there are several new policies and procedures being implemented.