Waco law enforcement takes part in Red Ribbon Week

Local law enforcement officers will be observing Red Ribbon Week on October 26th-28th by sharing the anti-drug message with students who attend schools in the McLennan County area.

Soldier's name released in deadly car accident

FORT HOOD, Texas - Fort Hood officials have released the name of a Soldier who died Oct. 23 at Fort Hood from injuries sustained from an automobile accident.

Cleaning company helps cancer patients, calls on others to join

WACO-- One local cleaning service is giving back to the community by helping those battling cancer have one task taken off their list. It's called English Maids, and they're cleaning homes of women battling cancer.

Study shows young american election enthusiasm declining in midterm

WACO-- Politicians in Central Texas have been rallying, trying to fire up young people to get out and vote. However,  results from Harvard's Institute of Politics show a decline in interests of 18 to 29 year-olds in the midterm el

Bellmead grandfather arrested again for two counts injury to a child

BELLMEAD - David Jackson was arrested by Bellmead Police Thursday for two counts of injury to a child.

University High School student runs from police

WACO - Police say a Waco University High School student bolted after being arrested in class Thursday. The Waco Independent School District Police first arrested him after receiving a notice of violation of probation.

Workers injured in Wednesday construction explosion recovering

WACO - One man is still being treated in Dallas for burns, and two others are recovering at home after an explosion at a construction site. It happened Wednesday morning in the 4000 block of Green Oak Dr.

DPS approves driver responsibility program changes

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Maj. Hasan hearing delayed until Nov. 15

The hearing for army psychiatrist, Maj. Nidal Hasan, is delayed again.  The defense asked for a delay until Nov. 15.