Man dies trying to escape storm

THORNTON -- In Central Texas, the storms left one man dead in Thornton. Police say 53-year-old John Gorrell and his wife were driving on Highway 14 Tuesday around 10 p.m.

Texas Top 10 Most Wanted fugitive from Amarillo turns himself in

Timothy Esteban Tinner, who was added to the Texas Top 10 Most Wanted list on Tuesday, saw himself on the news and turned himself in to the Potter County Sheriff’s Office at 5:30 a.m. Wednesday.

Tuesday wildfire update

Yesterday (Monday, April 25), Texas Forest Service responded to 23 new fires for 12,726 acres. We continue to work on 10 large fires totaling over 530,000 acres.

New Fort Hood Commander to meet with Hasan's attorneys

FORT HOOD – Lieutenant General Donald Campbell, III Corps and Fort Hood commander, will meet with defense attorneys for Maj. Nidal M. Hasan May 6.

Arrest made in multiple auto burglaries Easter Sunday

WACO -- The suspect accused of burglarizing several cars in Waco on Easter Sunday has been arrested. Investigators say 36-year-old Carlos Ramos robbed six vehicles that day.

Little leagues step up after former coach charged with sexual assault

BELLMEAD -- Local little leagues are stepping up as a former coach is charged with more counts of sexual assault of a child.

Flores stops in Waco to discuss local goals

WACO -- Congressman Bill Flores was in Waco Tuesday opening his new local office and meeting with locals about legislation geared to help Waco.

Two Rockdale teens charged with capital murder

Two Teens have been charged with capital murder in Rockdale.

Emergency education funding delivered to Texas

Texas received $830 million dollars today, eight months after a provision that prohibited the state from accessing emergency funding.

Forum in Killen to discuss City Manager settlement

KILLEEN -- In Killeen, many in the community have been left scratching their heads, wondering why almost a $1 million in tax-payer's money is being used to pay the City Manager to leave.