Rep. Edwards against health bill

WACO - Democratic Representative Chet Edwards announced Monday he is against the Senate's version of health care legislation. Rep.

Man dies after rolling, ejecting from vehicle

WACO - A DPS spokeswoman says a 31-year-old man was killed Saturday evening after his car rolled on Farm-to-Market Road 933. Jose Arturo Munoz over-corrected and and was ejected from the vehicle. Authorities say Munoz was not wearing a seat bel

Researchers seeking cause of quakes

DALLAS - Investigators believe they found the cause of a number of small earthquakes happening near the Dallas Fort-Worth airport. Researchers from Southern Methodist University and the University of Texas say a saltwater injection operation could

Former MCC coach indicted for alleged relations with minor

WACO - A former McLennan Community College assistant softball coach has been indicted for having an inappropriate relationship with a minor. The Waco Tribune reports 24-year-old Leslie Klemansky allegedly had sex with a 15-year-old player.

Textbook turmoil in Austin

AUSTIN - The standards regarding school social studies textbooks are being discussed in Austin. Before meetings began, a group of University of Texas students marched to the school board meeting.

Sales tax rebate down from previous year

WACO - Waco's sales tax rebate for March is down more than 17% from last year. The city's check for March is $1.66 dollars. The rebates reflect sales in January.

Officials meet to fix I-35 congestion

WACO - State officials say relieving traffic on I-35 is a top priority. The Texas Department of Transportation officials held a meeting in Waco to discuss the situation with local officials. Some ideas included extending state Highway 130 and b

Defeated candidate Wilson supporting opponent, candidate Flores

WACO - Defeated U.S. House hopeful Chuck Wilson says he will support his former opponent Bill Flores in a run off. Flores is facing Republican Rob Curnock for the seat. Wilson says Flores shares a common rural experience with local residents.

Candidates vie to replace Hutchison

It is not exactly clear if or when Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison will resign her senate seat as she promised. However, it isn't stopping those who have their eyes set on her chair.