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UV Index at extreme level

WACO -- The UV level in Central Texas is 11, which is two times the average level increasing your chance of a sun burn.

Police searching for man connected to Killeen murder

Detectives with the Killeen Police Department would like to talk to Tarius Caines, a person of interest, regarding the Murder that occurred in the 1800 block of Windward during the early morning hours of Tuesday, May 22, 2012.

Parents of dead ETX baby choose prayer over calling 911

Cherokee County officials are investigating the death of an infant, whose parents chose to pray over the baby before calling for help 15 hours after the child's death.

Green Fund Advisory Board Announces Spring 2012 Grant Winners

College Station, TX - The Aggie Green Fund Advisory Board (AGF) awarded $334,710 in grants to seven projects designed to provide environmental improvements at Texas A&M University.

38 counterfeit bills slip by CSPD and Brazos County Sheriff's Office

COLLEGE STATION -- A man in College Station arrested for public intoxication is arrested again, this time for counterfeit bills. When 22-year-old Moses Long was first busted earlier this month he had $843 on him.

One-year-old city ordinance against uninsured motorists successful

WACO -- In June 2011 the city of Waco enforced a new city ordinance that all drivers must be insured, as required by state law, or it's off to the impound yard.

Body found in Trinity River identified

MADISON COUNTY -- The Madison County Sheriff's Office has identified the body of a man discovered in the Trinity River yesterday.

Bryan man arrested in Sheriff's parking lot for drunk driving

BRYAN -- A Bryan man spent his Memorial Day in jail after he was arrested for drunk driving in the Brazos County Sheriff's Office parking lot.

Beaumont authorities investigate 10th murder of 2012

One person is dead, two others injured and another man is in jail as Beaumont police begin the city's tenth murder investigation of 2012.

Deliberations resume in John Edwards trial after long weekend

After the long Memorial Day weekend, jurors return Tuesday for a seventh day of deliberation in the corruption trial of former presidential candidate John Edwards. The jury began its deliberations a week ago.