"Fly Waco" Campaign set to run to December

Earlier this week, American Eagle announced they will continue to service between Waco Regional Airport and Dallas/ Fort Worth International Airport.

Killeen PD makes illegal gambling arrests

On October 2, members of the Killeen Police North Precinct Special Investigation Division executed search warrants at 4201 East Rancier Suite 109 and suite 111, The Booze Box store and Gateway Food Mart.

Midway ISD says standardized tests better prepare students for college

The increased number of tests being given to students has been largely debated. Some educators and parents praise it while others say it is excessive.

Rangers make changes to coaching staff

Bench coach Jackie Moore and first-base coach Dave Anderson did not have their contracts renewed after the Rangers’ 91-72 season wasn’t good enough to get them into the playoffs for a fourth straight year.

Backhoe cuts into dinosaur's tail, revealing rare fossil find

It's like a scene out of a Flintstones comic.

Breast cancer screening Qs answered

For years there has been much discussion about mammography screening. Several medical organizations have reviewed the scientific literature and made various recommendations -- to begin screening at age 40, or to begin at age 50.

CNN keeps count: Congress gets paid, but who's keeping their paycheck?

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- While more than 800,000 federal workers, including some congressional staffers, are being furloughed during the government shutdown, members of Congress are still getting paid, as required by law.

The government shutdown: Americans on the edge

For some, it's an emotional punch to the gut. For others, the consequences could be truly life-changing.

Tennessee crash: Dental records needed to ID some bodies, official says

Investigators probably will have to use dental records to identify some of the eight people who were killed in a wreck involving a church bus and two other vehicles in eastern Tennessee, a Tennessee Highway Patrol official said Thursday. Some of t

October 3: A busy day in history

History is made every day. But even by that standard, October 3 stands out as an especially eventful day. Set aside the fact that it was on this day in 1863 that President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed a national day of Thanksgiving.