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Power outage at some Belton ISD schools, students let out early

BELTON-- Due to  power outages Wednesday morning, Feb. 2, at Lake Belton Middle School, Pirtle Elementary, and Lakewood Elementary, parents of students at these campuses are encouraged to pick up their students by noon.

UPDATE: Woodridge Intermediate students being moved to River Valley

MIDWAY ISD--  Woodgate Intermediate students are currently being transported to River Valley Intermediate at 4750 Speegleville Rd. due to power outage.

Woodgate Intermediate School power out, might have to move students

WACO -- Woodgate Intermediate School's power is out Wednesday morning. Midway ISD is waiting for information from TXU on when power will be restored.

Body found in Bell County identified

BELL COUNTY -- Police have identified the body found on the side of Quarry Rd. in Bell County. 26-year-old Shayna Lynette Waller was from Killeen. They identified her through fingerprints.

Fort Hood soldiers get 24-hour helpline for counseling

FORT HOOD -- Fort Hood is turning to New Jersey for help when it comes to a record number of soldier suicides in 2010.

UPDATE: Houston SPCA still removing hundreds of animals from Coryell Co. home

CORYELL COUNTY -- Police are still investigating in Coryell County where hundreds of animals were found in terrible conditions.

Winter storms through Central Texas

Temperatures remain below freezing, and winds up to 32 miles per hour, continue to move through Central Texas.

Cold weather tips

The Brazos Valley will be experiencing some freezing weather over the next few days in the low 20’s that constitutes a HARD FREEZE warning by the National Weather Service. Most citizens may not be prepared for such extreme weather.

Hundreds of animals found at home in Coryell Co.

CORYELL CO. -- Police are still investigating in Coryell County where hundreds of animals were found in terrible conditions. They are now working on removing the animals over the next couple days.

Texas Railroad Commission Chairman announces campaign for U.S. Senate

WACO-- Chairman of the Texas Railroad Commission, Elizabeth Jones, will be running for U.S. Senate.   Jones made a stop in Waco on Friday to announce her campaign to run as a Republican.