Waco man killed in accident Monday night

A Waco man is dead, following a deadly accident Monday night.

Longtime Central Texas officer dies of heart attack, funeral set for Wednesday

Roger Faught, 58, of Copperas Cove, passed away January 26, 2013, at his residence. He was the 10th child born to Irlan and Bertha Faught in Brownfield, Texas on February 2, 1954.

Smashburgers employee fights off attempted robber

The Temple Police Department is investigating an attempted robbery that occurred at a local eatery early Sunday morning.

Temple ISD administrators discuss: Should teachers be allowed to carry guns?

We all know the issue of allowing teachers to carry guns is a hot topic in schools all across the country.

Fugitive caught by Waco Police

A Colorado man is now in the McLennan County Jail after eluding authorities for the past two weeks in both Colorado and Texas.

Lampasas PD arrests murder suspect

A 22-year-old man is now in the Lampasas County Jail facing a murder charge for allegedly shooting a man after an altercation on a rural road in Lampasas Sunday morning.

Sen. Cruz to Chicago Mayor: Keep gun control efforts "north of the Red River"

Texas Senator Ted Cruz (R) sent a letter to gunmakers, banks, and Chicago

Why new laws could miss America's bigger gun problem

(CNN) -- Trent Brewer drove to a parking lot, planning to sell some weed. The transaction never happened.

Healthy housing for immigrant farmworkers

(CNN) -- While President Barack Obama discussed the need to fix the nation's immigration problems during his inauguration speech last week, Sister Cathy Buster is already doing something about it. She was all smiles at Wednesday's grand opening of

Immigration plan: A new era of bipartisanship or a political necessity?

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- An immigration proposal crafted for months in secret by a high-profile, bipartisan cadre of senators is both a rare moment of simpatico in politics and a matter of political practicality. President Barack Obama, who won re-elec