'Game of Thrones' finale will be a 'tricky homecoming'

With fans still reeling from last Sunday's Red Wedding episode, "The Rains of Castamere," the third season of "Game of Thrones" comes to a close this weekend, and no one is waiting with more bated breath for that than Ni

West High School students come together to commemorate their next step

Weeks after an explosion rocked their city, the graduating class of West High School came together to commemorate their next step.

California gunman walked quietly and casually as he fired, killing 4

Authorities on Saturday identified one of four people shot dead by a man armed with a semi-automatic rifle who blazed a mile-long path of calamity that ended with his death in the library of Santa Monica College.

New Bryan police officers graduate

The Bryan Police Department would like to welcome four new officers to the police force.

Hundreds from West enjoy day in the sun

A local waterpark hosted a fun day in the sun for the town of West. Hawaiian Falls in Waco will be donating money from Friday's event to West ISD.

VA health fair in Temple today

The Central Texas Veterans Health Care System held its 6th Annual Health Fair Friday in Temple. Dozens of VA, state and federal programs were on hand letting veterans know of certain benefits they were eligible of.

'Night Stalker' Richard Ramirez, convicted mass murderer, dead at 53

Richard Ramirez, a mass murderer and serial rapist known as the "Night Stalker" for his 1984-1985 crime spree in California, died Friday morning of natural causes at age 53, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation

Current, former Marines caught up in alleged crime ring

Seven active Marines, seven former Marines and a Navy sailor were among 50 people arrested in a sweeping Southern California raid aimed at shutting down a network that allegedly dealt in stolen cars, drugs, weapons and other military gear.

Waco ISD, Waco Transit System pilot program appears to have been successful

Another year of school has wrapped up, and so has Waco ISD's first Transportation Pilot Program with the Waco Transit System.  

With his speech, valedictorian brings God to graduation

Leading up to Saturday’s ceremony, Roy Costner IV prayed on what he was going to do. Liberty High School’s 2013 valedictorian would soon find himself in front of a microphone.