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Uninsured drivers will receive warning from state

WACO - More than 40,000 McLennan County residents are on the list of uninsured drivers who will soon receive warning letters from the state. The Texas Department of Insurance will begin sending out letters sometime this spring to drivers informing

Theatre suspends shows indefinitely

WACO - The Waco Hippodrome Theatre has canceled its last show and closed indefinitely. Thursdays performance was canceled due to budget shortfalls, as well as the firing of the theatres staff and ending plans for the 2010-2011 season. The group

Caught in the Web: Russian ape heads to rehab

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Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison to visit Waco

WACO - Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison is headed to Waco today. The senator will be speaking at the Texas Farm Bureau Office on Fish Pond Road today at 4:00 p.m.. Hutchison is running for Governor of Texas.

Caught in the Web: Church members let loose for worship

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Man indicted after throwing baby

WACO - A Waco man who allegedly threw his girlfriend's child against a wall has been indicted on capital murder charges. Officials say Derrick Nicholes reportedly got frustrated when the child would not stop crying.

Man arrested on capital murder charges

WACO - 2 people were murdered last night in Waco. Police say Stacy Coleman and Gerald Eaton were both killed around 8:30 p.m.. The suspected killer is now behind bars. The shooting took place off the 3400 block of North 19th Street. Polic

Caught in the Web: Challenge offers $10K for watching a movie

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Officials warn drivers to be safe

WACO - After 3 inches of snow in Waco yesterday sunny skies are expected through the day today. Officials say road conditions could still be slick as temperatures fell late Tuesday. They urge drivers to be careful on the roads.

Officials prepared for wintry weather

WACO - In anticipation of the winter weather, local officials made sure they were prepared. Officials with the Texas Department of Transportation spent Monday filling trucks with sand and gravel, plus de-icing mixtures. At Oncor, officials say