Police identify man killed in local car accident

TEMPLE -- Police have identified the man killed in a car accident in Temple.

Summer program helping teach girls healthy habits

WACO -- It's no secret middle school is a confusing time. It's an age for change and a transition period into gaining some responsibility..

Don’t leave your pet in the wrong hands this summer

WACO, Texas – As families gear up for their summer vacation, Better Business Bureau has advice for pet owners looking for a safe place to house their furry friend.

Disciplinary spanking gets a bum rap

Gainesville, Florida - With the release of a biased report in the journal Pediatrics implying that spanking causes mental disorders, researcher Afifi continues the all-too-common unscientific assault on disciplinary spanking.

Oxford Economics to study economic impact of A&M games on local economy

COLLEGE STATION -- In College Station plans are underway to renovate their stadium, Kyle Field, and one option being considered is to play all home games in a city like Houston next year to speed up the construction process.

Man sends explicit photos of ex-wife to hundreds of contacts

WACO -- It's a situation you hope would never happen to you. Intimate moments recorded by a spouse, only to be sent out to more than 300 people after getting a divorce.

TIF approves $35 million to fund new BU stadium

WACO -- Lending a helping hand and a large chunk of change, the Waco Tax Increment Financial Zone 1(TIF) board has approved a $35 million public contribution to go toward the new 45-thousand seat Baylor stadium.

Crime Rate in Texas Drops for Second Consecutive Year

AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) today announced that for the second consecutive year the major crime rate in Texas has dropped significantly.

Yahoo's password hack shows that it failed security 101

If it wasn't clear before, it certainly is now: Your username and password are almost impossible to keep safe.

Officials identify 6 Fort Bliss soldiers killed in Afghanistan

FORT BLISS, TX — The U.S. Department of Defense confirmed the death of six Fort Bliss soldiers who were killed in Afghanistan on Sunday.