DA Abel Reyna introduces new criminal investigator

McLennan County District Attorney Abel Reyna introduced his newest criminal investigator at a press conference Tuesday afternoon in Waco. Mark Leger is a former Texas Ranger with 25 years of state service under his belt.

Police seeking legal action against train conductor responsible for blocking railroad crossing in Riesel

Train traffic was back to normal in Riesel Tuesday, after one train reportedly blocked residents in their home for about two hours Monday.

TX school denies allegations in defecation check lawsuit

An East Texas school district being sued for an unlawful strip search of students is adamantly denying those allegations and requesting the case to be dismissed.

Waco sees economic boost while hosting two NCAA tournaments

Baylor and the city of Waco are reaping benefits from hosting not one, but two major college basketball tournaments this week.

Baylor grad escapes major prison time for hit-and-run

A Baylor grad who was convicted of Criminally Negligent Homicide now knows her punishment.

ETX dog fighting part of multi-state federal

Two Kansas men were arrested Friday by federal investigators for involvement in a multi-state dog fighting ring, including dog fights near Tyler.

SpaceX's Dragon capsule on its way back to Earth

SpaceX’s Dragon capsule has successfully detached from the International Space Station and is now headed for Earth, and eventually to McGregor where SpaceX first tested the cargo ship.

Gates wants geeks to build a better condom

Bill Gates is putting out a call to inventors, but he's not looking for software, or the latest high-tech gadget. This time he's in search of a better condom.

Seattle man gets 18 years in terror plot

A Seattle man was sentenced to 18 years in prison on Monday for plotting to attack a military processing center using grenades and machine guns, the Justice Department said. Abu Khalid Abdul-Latif, also known as Anthony Davis, pleaded guilty in De

Too-early solid food could lead to problems for babies

At least 40% of moms are feeding their infants solid foods far too early, according a new study published in the medical journal Pediatrics, and that may lead to problems for their children later in life.