Waco City Council approves $35 million to Baylor Stadium

WACO -- Thanks to a unanimous vote by the Waco City Council Tuesday night, Baylor is $35 million closer to raising the $250 million needed for the new stadium.

Warning over energy bill scam

CENTRAL TEXAS -- It's a scam taking advantage of Texans who struggle in the summer heat.

Governor and first lady: Texas Governor’s Mansion fully restored

Gov. Rick Perry and First Lady Anita Perry today announced that the 156- year-old Texas Governor’s Mansion has been fully restored.

1 hospitalized following Waco motorcycle crash

The Waco Police Department has identified the driver as 79-year-old Clyde Kees of Waco. Kees was taken to a local hospital and is in critical condition.

Tea Party backs Marco Rubio for vice-president

Tea Party Express Chairman Amy Kremer announced today the results of the nationwide survey of Tea Party Express supporters that showed Florida U.S. Senator Marco Rubio the favorite vice-presidential candidate.

Bar association to hold free legal clinic for veterans in Navasota

Veterans who need legal advice or legal assistance can visit a free legal clinic scheduled in Navasota/Grimes County on Saturday, July 28, 2012, in conjunction with the Veterans Legal Initiative, a coalition of local bar associations providing

Quick response by mailman lands three in jail for home invasion

KILLEEN -- A local mailman reports a home invasion in progress, now three Killeen men are behind bars.

CS fire stations to get new alert system

COLLEGE STATION -- In an emergency, response times are critical.

Local and national need for blood donations

Blood supplies are notoriously low during the summer, but this year there is a much greater shortage.

Sentencing began today in trial of former school nurse who pleaded guilty to arson

WACO -- Sentencing began today for a former Speegleville nurse accused of setting the school on fire. Mary Lucille Gutierrez pleaded guilty to setting the elementary school on fire last August.