Registration for Diabetes Education classes ends May 12

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in McLennan County and the Waco-McLennan County Public Health District have partnered to provide a Do Well Be Well With Diabetes self-management class series.

Property being damaged by pellet gun in Copperas Cove

The Copperas Cove Police Department is asking for the community’s assistance in solving numerous reports of property being damaged by means of either a pellet or BB gun.

Rockdale man receives 60 years for murder

A Rockdale man was sentenced to 60 years in prison for first degree felony murder.

Baylor gives tour of stadium construction

If you commute on Interstate 35 in North Waco, everyday you pass by Baylor’s new football stadium currently being constructed. On Tuesday, Baylor gave a progress report on the state-of-the art facility.

Killeen Police pursue three teens in car chase

The Killeen Police Department is investigating a stolen vehicle and pursuit that ended in three arrests today.

TxDOT reminds drivers to click it or ticket

Texans wear their belt buckles with a certain Lone Star pride, but it's the buckles in the their vehicles that could save their lives. These buckles are more functionable than fashionable.

Bryan opens new wastewater plant to meet growing demands of the city

Construction on the west side of Bryan is everywhere you look and with new development popping up left and right, that means more customers for the city of Bryan to serve.

Bryan police find two guns on man they search

Bryan officers on patrol near South College because of a recent burglary problem in the area made a big arrest Monday.

Temple PD announces prescription medication disposal site

As a service to the community, and in light of the overwhelmingly positive response by the citizens of Temple to previous “Drug Take Back” programs, the Temple Police Department has created a permanent local drug disposal location.

CEOs name TX 'Best State for Business' for 9th straight year

More than 700 top CEOs around the nation are ranking Texas as the best state to do business for the ninth year in a row in Chief Executive magazine’s annual Best and Worst States survey.