WACO - Waco City Council will meet today to discuss adopting new red light cameras.
The current cameras only monitor traffic and do not give out tickets.
If approved, the new cameras would snap shots of a law-breaker's license plate and send it
The continues to spread in the Gulf of Mexico, but officials still are giving it their all.
The fire hasn't been an adequate match for the oil, so British Petroleum is working on other options.
One plan involves a dome-type chamber system to ca
WACO - Lake Whitney Park will be making some major renovations after getting a $3 million boost.
The 800 acre park will use the money for new bathrooms, better handicap accessibility and new campsites.
Renovations should wrap up by the end of S
WACO - Waco's Cameron Park will celebrate it's 100 year anniversary tomorrow.
The centennial celebration kicks off with a parade, and will also have a kids play area, a concert and fire works.
Organizers say it's a chance for everyone to get to
WACO - Two Whitney High School baseball coaches have been accused of giving alcohol to students.
Police say Christopher Garrett and Nicholas Bird distributed alcohol to minors over spring break and lied to authorities about it.
Both are on paid
Texas Governor Rick Perry weighed in on Arizona's new law on illegal immigration
For the past few days the nation has been talking about the state of Arizona's gutsy move to make being in the United States illegally a state crime.
WACO - A Septic tanker driver is in the hospital after his truck blew a tire and rolled several times.
The man's name was not released, but authorities say he is lucky he was ejected from the vehicle before it rolled.
Officials say the man sust
WACO - A mother of six is the victim of a chain saw killing.
Her body was found in the street of Lewisville and investigators point the finger at her husband.
A local neighbor says he woke up Tuesday morning to the sound of a chainsaw.
WACO - The Pecan Grove Funeral Home is still posted for foreclosure despite efforts to negotiate the 1.8 million dollar lawsuit.
The Fifth Third Bank of Ohio sued the home, claiming loan payments were late and sometimes non-existent.
WACO - Former Waco mayor David Sibley, backed by big-name endorsements, has raised a sizeable campaign war-chest 10 days before election day.
Sibley is running in a 4-way special election to fill retired State Senator Kip Averitt's seat.