Temple man arrested in connection to last week's fatal shooting

A man wanted in connection to a homicide that occurred in Temple last Thursday night has been arrested. John Nichols surrendered himself to authorities at the Bell County Jail, police said on Friday.

Drug take-back happens this Saturday

Local law enforcement agencies are participating in the DEA's Drug Take Back Program starting today and continuing throughout the weekend.

Ink for Awareness takes place this Sunday in Waco

Infamous Ink in Waco will host their second annual "Ink For Awareness" event this Sunday.  

Waco Pd works to ID Kohl's thieves

Waco Police Department is looking for two men they say are responsible for stealing items from a local department store.

"Join the Pride" event to be held at Waco zoo this Sunday

Waco, Texas — A disability awareness day and resource fair will be held at Cameron Park Zoo on Sunday, and it is open to the public.

Waco man arrested on child indecency charge

A Waco main remains in jail on a $15,000 bond and an immigration detainer following his arrest on Friday for a child indecency charge.

More than 200 Chili's restaurants rally together to help victims of 2014 Fort Hood shooting

All day Tuesday, April 22, Chili’s® Grill & Bar restaurants throughout Texas, Louisiana, New Mexico and Oklahoma are coming together to raise funds in support of the Fort Hood Compassion Fund.

Waco man convicted of 2012 killing of his wife

A McLennan County jury has to decide whether to sentence a Waco man to life in prison or the death penalty after finding him guilty of the 2012 murder of his wife.

New community walking trail open in East Waco

The Live Well Waco Coalition in partnership with the YMCA of Central Texas will celebrate the grand opening of a new walking trail recently added to the East Waco neighborhood, Saturday, April 26, 2014 at 10am at the Doris Miller Y.

Waco police investigating use of counterfeit $50 bill at 7-11

Waco Police Department is looking to identify a woman they say may be responsible for passing a counterfeit $50 bill at a local convenience store.