Fort Hood hearing for Maj. Hasan delayed

The Fort Hood shooting suspect's hearing has been delayed one more day. Victims were suppose to tell there story in front of Maj. Nidal Hasan, today. Defense attorney Maj.

First time national funding for a national campaign to prevent teen and unplanned pregnancies

Waco--There is a National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy that is nationally funded for schools, and health districts for the first time.

Fort Hood shooting suspect's hearing delayed

FORT HOOD, Texas (AP) - A military court hearing to determine whether there is enough evidence to put an Army psychiatrist on trial for a deadly rampage at Fort Hood nearly a year ago has been delayed.

Experts look to private sector to create jobs

The U.S. unemployment rate remained steady at 9.6 percent in September and 8.3 percent here in Texas. While nearly 160,000 government jobs were lost, more focus turns to the private sector for job creation.

Burn bans to promote fire safety

Waco-- The dry weather season is just around the corner. During this time, the city may issue burn bans that are guidelines for the community to follow, in order to prevent wild land fires in the area.

Methane project increases energy resources

Waco-- The Waco Metropolitan Area Regional Sewer System is expanding their methane program by using more organic resources for energy.

Authorities looking for bank robbers

New information has been released regarding two separate bank robberies in the Killeen area. Police say two men passed notes to bank officials stating they were armed and demanding money.

Gov. Perry speaks out about human trafficking

Human trafficking is a big concern in Texas.

Trial continues for a woman who left a baby in a dumpster

The trial of a woman accused to kidnapping a friend's baby and putting the child in a dumpster continues. 26-year-old Priscilla Mechell pleaded not guilty to aggravated kidnapping, but pleaded guilty to one count of abandoning a child.

McLennan Community College and Tartleton State renew their contract

Waco-- McLennan Community College and Tarleton State renewed their contract yesterday. They have made new additions to the agreement to allow more students to use the program.