Democrats call for election officials to investigate a poll watcher training session

MCLENNAN CO. -- The Democratic Party in McLennan County is calling for the disqualification of a group of Tea Party poll watchers who attended a training session Tuesday.

Police nab man on most wanted list

One of Waco’s most wanted arrested in Austin.

Children hear anti-drug message in the start of Red Ribbon Week

MCLENNAN COUNTY-- Red Ribbon Week kicks off Tuesday, and that means police officers are showing up at schools around McLennan County to spread the anti-drug message to children.

Downtown Waco gets new recycling bins, saves space in landfill

WACO-- If you happen to notice something different downtown Waco, it's the city's effort to clean up that might save the city landfill usage for generations.

Baylor University football ranked in top 25

The Baylor football team beat Kansas State on Saturday, 47 to 42. This win put the team in the top 25 rankings, and make them eligible for a bowl game for the first time since 1993.

Fatal motorcycle crash in Killeen

A  man died this morning in Killeen, while driving a motorcycle, that was hit by a central Texas college bus.

Waco law enforcement takes part in Red Ribbon Week

Local law enforcement officers will be observing Red Ribbon Week on October 26th-28th by sharing the anti-drug message with students who attend schools in the McLennan County area.

Soldier's name released in deadly car accident

FORT HOOD, Texas - Fort Hood officials have released the name of a Soldier who died Oct. 23 at Fort Hood from injuries sustained from an automobile accident.

Cleaning company helps cancer patients, calls on others to join

WACO-- One local cleaning service is giving back to the community by helping those battling cancer have one task taken off their list. It's called English Maids, and they're cleaning homes of women battling cancer.

Study shows young american election enthusiasm declining in midterm

WACO-- Politicians in Central Texas have been rallying, trying to fire up young people to get out and vote. However,  results from Harvard's Institute of Politics show a decline in interests of 18 to 29 year-olds in the midterm el