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Perry visits Belton, declares disaster

Texas Governor Rick Perry made a trip to Belton to tour flooded areas ravaged by tropical storm Hermine.

Waco police looking for convenience store robber

Officers are looking for a man who reportedly robbed the Skinny's convenience store Thursday.

Couple indicted for lying in court

Jeremy Landers and his wife were indicted Wednesday for allegedly lying about the number of children they have. Officials say they lied in February during Mr. Landers trial for sexually abusing a child.

Hermine pours on central Texas

Tropical Storm Hermine has proven to be deadly in central Texas. At least one man has died so far in Killeen, when his vehicle was submerged near Reese Creek.

McLennan County to repair courthouse dome

The Waco Tribune reports McLennan County must make more than $100,000 in structural repairs on the courthouse dome.

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.