Local News

Hermine makes landfall

Tropical Storm Hermine lost strength as it made its way into Texas Tuesday.

Baby killed in wreck on I-35

6-month-old Evelyn Garcia died after a van carrying her family lost control on Interstate-35 in central Texas, then flipped several times. The accident happened Monday around 2 a.m. north of Hillsboro.

Labor Day fun

People in the Waco area are taking advantage of an extra day off for Labor Day. Many celebrated this weekend with their family and friends, enjoying the lake and outdoor activities in the sun.

Dams to get $1M in repairs near Robinson

The dams in Castleman Creek Watershed will get $1 million in repairs. Inspections of the dams have shown erosion and foundation cracks. Officials say the problems need immediate attention.

Native Wacoan backing the Bears

Waco native David Crowder will debut his song "Rise Up," featured in the one-minute video shown on the stadium's video board when the Baylor Bears take the field on Saturday.

Retirement residence in need of donations

The Stillwell Retirement residence in Waco is looking for $200,000 in donations.

EPA delays ozone decision

The Environmental Protection Agency was scheduled to set new ozone attainment levels Tuesday. However, it has been delayed until the end of October.

Some charges dropped against former MCC assistant coach

Federal prosecutors dismissed several charges against former McLennan Community College assistant softball coach Leslie Klemansky Friday.

Waco ponders enforcement of new ordinance

The city of Waco is trying to determine how they will enforce a new ordinance requiring pet owners to spay or neuter their pets.

McLennan county approves new budget

The McLennan County Commissioners Court approved a $119.4 million budget for the 2011 fiscal year.