West homes still in process of demolition

It's been more than two months since the deadly fertilizer plant explosion in West, and residents are still recovering.

Waco man found guilty of arson

A Waco jury has found a Waco man guilty of arson for attempting to set his ex-girlfriend's house on fire. The trial for William Charles Webb, 29, began after jury selection on Monday.

Texas Senator, Robert Nichols, releases statement for failing to address SJR 2 bill

Republican Texas Senator Robert Nichols released a statement on the failure to address the SJR 2 bill.

Texas most wanted fugitive arrested in California

A Texas Most Wanted fugitive has been arrested in California. Ricco Leo Torres, 33, is a top 10 Texas Most Wanted Fugitive and Barrio Azteca gang member. He is now in custody after being arrested on Tuesday in California.

DPS to combat DWI during 4th of July weekend

The Texas Department of Public Safety will increase DWI patrols for a 10-day period that includes the July 4th holiday.

Ft. Hood Commander responds to announced force reductions

Fort Hood may see a 7% reduction over the next three years. That estimate comes after the Army Chief of Staff earlier this week announced a department-wide cut in manpower.

Scott & White opens new pediatric clinic in Belton

Good news came Wednesday morning for parents who live close to Belton. Today, the Scott & White healthcare network opened a brand new children’s hospital.

Oprah claims top spot on Forbes 'Most Powerful Celebrities' list

Forbes has released their 2013 Most Powerful Celebrities list. In the number one position for the fifth time is Oprah Winfrey .

Group wants fines for wearing saggy pants

Kansas City, MO (WDAF) -- A group that calls itself the "Pull Up Your Pants, Respect Yourself" task force rallied Tuesday in front of City Hall to gain support for a ban on sagging pants in Kansas City, Mo. Led by Bishop John D.

Porn, wine and kazoos on IRS workers' charge cards

WASHINGTON (CNNMoney) -- Pornography, wine bottles and kazoos were among improper purchases made by IRS employees using their work-issued charge cards, according to watchdog report. Like a lot of big companies, the Internal Revenue Service allows