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Soldiers return for the holidays

WACO - Hundreds of soldiers returned from the Middle East to Fort Hood just in time for Christmas. Families greeted the soldiers as they arrived back to the states and for First Sergeant Michael Williams, it's a chance to see his 10-month old dau

Senator McCaskill defends health care bill

WASHINGTON - With the health care bill going to a final vote tomorrow Democrats are fighting back against Republican criticisms about the bill. Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill responded to opposition of the health care reform bill stating the

Waco considering streetcar system

WACO - Waco is looking into the possibility of building a streetcar system downtown.

Couple assaulted in home invasion

WACO - A Waco couple was assaulted during a home invasion last night. Officials say two men approached a lady outside of her house when she went out to get her cell phone from her car.

TABC stepping up anti-alcohol campain

WACO - TxDOT and TABC are stepping up their anti-alcohol campaign for the holiday season. The "Don't Drive if Your Tipsy, Buzzed or Blitzen" campaign aims to remind drivers to find a safe ride home. The Waco Tribune reports from 6 p.m.

Transit system sponsoring safe ride home

WACO - The Waco Transit System is sponsoring a Safe Ride Home service December 31. To use the service, the destination to and from must be within 5 miles of Waco. The service will be free of charge.

Caught in the Web: Car replica 64 times its original size

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Double robbery, police looking for suspect

WACO - Waco police continued their search for a man they say robbed two local businesses. Officials say both robberies took place early Thursday morning. The first at the CVS on North Valley Mills Road and the second at Ed's truck stop on 337 S

Caught in the Web: Christmas comes early for man coming home from trip

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New gun policy at Fort Hood

Fort Hood is amping up its gun registration policy in the wake of last month's deadly mass shooting. Now soldiers and their families must register any person weapon that is kept there.