Temple police investigating Friday night homicide

Authorities have released the name of a Temple man who was killed shortly after 9 p.m. Friday. Michael Lamar Green, 34, was positively identified on Saturday, and the investigation into his death continues.

Fewer veterans starting businesses

Fewer veterans are starting their own businesses, continuing a decline that began more than a decade ago.

Spokesman: House majority leader knew of Petraeus matter in October

House majority leader Eric Cantor talked to an FBI official in late October about former CIA Director David Petraeus' involvement in an affair, a spokesman for the congressman told CNN Sunday.

Victim identified in Bell County homicide

UPDATE: The victim who was pronounced deceased has been identified as 28 year old Imran Amir Dhukka of Killeen. The name of the surviving victim will not be released at this time.

McLennan County celebrates National Adoption Month

Today almost 6,400 children in Texas Foster Care are waiting for the right family to call their own. In McLennan County, 96 children in Texas Foster Care are waiting.

Waco celebrates tailgating with family-friendly event Saturday

The Public Improvement District of Waco is bringing Waco’s Downtown Tailgate Throwdown to Waco for the first time on Friday, November 16th at Heritage Square.

Supreme Court to tackle key voting rights provision

The Supreme Court agreed Friday to decide whether the key enforcement provision of the landmark Voting Rights Act of 1965 should be scrapped as a constitutionally unnecessary vestige of the civil rights era.

Home Pregnancy Tests May Detect Men's Cancer

If you've been near social media or on the Internet, you may be aware of the buzz over posts claiming a teenage boy took a home pregnancy test as a joke, received a positive result, and wound up being diagnosed with testicular cancer.

Pecan crop thrives after 2011 drought

CALDWELL -- Horticulture specialists predicted last month that the outlook for the 2012 pecan crop was good despite last year's historic drought.

City of Marlin still having water problems

The city of Marlin is still trying to fix a mechanical problem at its water treatment plant today after the city lost water pressure last night.