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Local woman sentenced in connection with a 2008 murder

BELL COUNTY -- A Killeen woman gets a 10 year prison sentence in connection with a 2008 murder.

Local man jailed for robbing store armed with a knife

COPPERAS COVE -- Tonight a Copperas Cove man is in jail after threatening a clerk with a knife before robbing a local store.

Waco woman charged with manslaughter for fatal February car accident

WACO --  Miranda Monique Campbell, 28, showed up at the Waco Police Department early in the morning on February 3rd. But police tell us, there was no reason to arrest her at that point.

Planned Parenthood rallies against state cuts to women's healthcare

WACO -- "Enough is enough" is the message spread by Central Texas women today at a rally against what they say is the state's continued attacks on womens health care.

Authorities investigating auto-pedestrian fatality

WHITNEY -- The Hill County Sheriff's office investigating an auto-pedestrian fatality in Whitney. The accident happened around 4:30 a.m. Wednesday on State Highway 22 at San Jacinto Street.

Wanted man leaves local hospital, recaptured

WACO -- Tonight a man is recaptured after mistakenly being released by a local hospital shortly after his arrest. 41-year-old Bobby Lee Harrison was re-arrested at 2 a.m. Wednesday somewhere on Ross Road in McLennan County.

Woman arrested in connection with fatal February crash

Waco police have arrested a local woman for manslaughter and multiple traffic warrants. 28-year old Miranda Monique Campbell was taken into custody Tuesday morning at her house at around 12:10 a.m.

Midway not moving to two-tiered busing yet

WACO -- Last night Midway ISD called a special board meeting and made a few important changes to their budget proposal.

"Women's Health Express" comes to Waco Wednesday

WACO -- In response to more state funding cuts a bus dubbed "The Women's Health Express" will be stopping in Waco tomorrow. The Texas family planning program was cut by more than two thirds last year.

Brazos County Democrats speaking out against outsourcing A&M jobs

BRYAN -- We first told you several weeks ago that Texas A&M employees learned their jobs could be outsourced to private companies.