Texans paying slightly less for groceries, goes unnoticed

WACO -- It's something we can't survive without...food. And while food prices were expected to increase in 2012, so far, according to the Texas Farm Bureau, they haven't risen as high as first predicted.

Planned Parenthood sues state after ban from health program

WACO -- Planned Parenthood is fighting back against a Texas law that bans them from receiving federal funding from a state health program.

TxDOT projects to help traffic near nea Baylor stadium

WACO -- TxDOT and Baylor are in the early stages of planning for the new Baylor football stadium. But before they start digging there's a few projects to take care of first.

Viking recalls dishwashers, offers free repair

Viking Range Corporation has voluntary recalled approximately 2,000 of its machines. A part in the dishwasher can overheat, causing it catch fire. The recalled dishwashers were manufactured between May and September of 2010.

Baylor applications for admission increase

WACO -- Baylor has had it's share of triumphs this year and an increase in admission applications proves more high school students want to be a part of the University's success.

Two unvaccinated dogs kill rabid skunk

KILLEEN -- Killeen Animal Control tell us they've placed two dogs in quarantine for 90 days after they killed a skunk that tested positive for rabies.

Rains ease the pain for hay producers

WACO -- For rancher Doug Dierksen, producing enough hay for his cattle was a struggle in 2011.

Melanoma rates increasing in young women

BROWNSVILLE — "My biggest battle in the valley, since I've been here, is trying to convince the valley population that they really are at risk for getting skin cancer of all types really," says Dermatologist, Dr.

Seized animals granted to local animal shelter

WACO -- Owners of the nearly 80 dogs taken from their home in Central Texas have nine days to appeal the judge's decision to keep the animals in the care of a local animal shelter.