20 fun and useful new mobile apps

With a flood of new mobile apps seemingly hitting the market every day, it's sometimes hard to keep up with everything that's out there.

Waco man indicted for February late night rampage in Hooters parking lot

A grand jury has handed down an indictment, charging a Waco man with aggravated assault and endangering a child.

Code Maroon issued at Texas A&M

Texas A&M University police are investigating a campus-wide bomb threat for Friday, March 8. The written threat was discovered this morning in the bathroom of a campus facility and an investigation was immediately launched.

Two rabies cases confirmed in Gatesville

Residents of Gatesville are on alert after two confirmed cases of rabies have popped up. On March 1st, Gatesville Animal Control officers shot and killed a rabid skunk fighting with dogs in a resident's yard.

U.S. Army looking for attempted child abductor

The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command has released a sketching of a man they say tried to abduct a child on the base of Fort Hood back in February. Take a look.

Poker machines, drugs seized from Waco convenience store

The McGregor Police Department, with the help of Woodway PD and the McLennan County Sheriff’s Office, busted a local convenience store for it's gambling machines. And now the owner is behind bars.

Woodway man arrested after 5 hour standoff with cops

A five hour standoff with law enforcement ended with the arrest of a Woodway man. Tyler Delane Staas,26, is charged with evading arrest, assault on a police officer, and abuse of 911 system.

New attitude fuels interest in revitalization, 'Vision McGregor'

A Central Texas city says a new attitude is fueling the desire and efforts to revitalize their community.

Study links gun laws and lower gun mortality

States with the most gun laws experienced a lower overall mortality rate from firearms than did states with the fewest laws, researchers in Boston reported in a study published Wednesday.

Iron Bridge fire rekindles, steadies

It has been a crazy 72 hours for the Texas Forest Service and volunteer fire departments battling the fire around Mother Neff and Iron Bridge Park.