Waco PD seeking suspects in aggravated robbery, murder

At 12:15 Tuesday morning, Waco Police Department officers responded to an aggravated robbery at 2742 Madison Drive.

Waco drug deal goes bad, one man fatally shot

Waco Police are investigating a drug deal that went south, and ended with a Coryell County man dead in the street.

Faulty cable causes major water problems in Gatesville

Residents in and around Gatesville are currently under a water conservation order. A power failure at the water-intake pump at Lake Belton caused the Gatesville Regional Water Plant to go down as well.

Six trash bags, 300 lbs. of prescription drugs taken by Waco PD

The Waco Police Department is touting success over the weekend's drug takeback program. Police officers took in six trash bags full of unused, unwanted prescription drugs.

Drug deal gone bad leaves one dead, two at large

A drug deal that went bad left one man dead and two suspects on the loose Saturday night. It happened around 19:30 p.m., Waco Police were called to a shooting at Lafayette Apartments in the 2500 block of Ethel Street.

Rare vintage airplane in Central Texas, flights for $75

A very special airplane is in the Waco-area this weekend, and you have a chance to fly onboard. Rand Siegfried is in town from California this weekend.

Waco PD searching for two wanted in violent robbery

The Waco Police Department has released two photos of men wanted for a violent robbery that occurred earlier this month in North Waco.

Waco PD seeks 2 robbers said to be armed, dangerous

Waco Police are seeking the following individuals responsible for a home invasion robbery that occurred on October 3, 2013, in the 1100 block of North 17th Street.

Waco PD seek 2 women in connection with multiple Central Texas burglaries

Two individuals are now wanted in connection with burglaries that were occurring in the North Waco and China Spring area.

BAYLOR STUDY: Supernatural experiences trigger religious donations

People who have had what they believe to be supernatural experiences are more likely to be “religious givers,” with their behavior based on cost-benefit principles that work in other transactions — whether that be through Amaz