Texas Rangers investigate after local deputy shoots wanted man

GROESBECK -- The Texas Rangers are investigating after a Limestone County Sheriff's Deputy shot a wanted man during an arrest.

Man behind bars after severely beating local store clerk

WACO -- The man accused of  beating up a Waco store clerk and robbing him has been arrested. But police say they're still looking for a second suspect.

Police identify man killed in local car accident

TEMPLE -- Police have identified the man killed in a car accident in Temple.

Summer program helping teach girls healthy habits

WACO -- It's no secret middle school is a confusing time. It's an age for change and a transition period into gaining some responsibility..

Don’t leave your pet in the wrong hands this summer

WACO, Texas – As families gear up for their summer vacation, Better Business Bureau has advice for pet owners looking for a safe place to house their furry friend.

Disciplinary spanking gets a bum rap

Gainesville, Florida - With the release of a biased report in the journal Pediatrics implying that spanking causes mental disorders, researcher Afifi continues the all-too-common unscientific assault on disciplinary spanking.

Oxford Economics to study economic impact of A&M games on local economy

COLLEGE STATION -- In College Station plans are underway to renovate their stadium, Kyle Field, and one option being considered is to play all home games in a city like Houston next year to speed up the construction process.

Man sends explicit photos of ex-wife to hundreds of contacts

WACO -- It's a situation you hope would never happen to you. Intimate moments recorded by a spouse, only to be sent out to more than 300 people after getting a divorce.

TIF approves $35 million to fund new BU stadium

WACO -- Lending a helping hand and a large chunk of change, the Waco Tax Increment Financial Zone 1(TIF) board has approved a $35 million public contribution to go toward the new 45-thousand seat Baylor stadium.

Crime Rate in Texas Drops for Second Consecutive Year

AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) today announced that for the second consecutive year the major crime rate in Texas has dropped significantly.