Dept. of Homeland Security interested in Port Arthur. man's invention

PORT ARTHUR (KBMT) -- Ken Broussard owns the rights to 22 U.S. patents.

Tax relief, infrastructure and education: Priorities to keep Texas strong

Austin, TX (KYTX) -- Gov. Rick Perry delivered his State of the State address to the 83rd Texas Legislature, highlighting our state's strong economic outlook, and outlining his priorities to keep Texas on an upward trajectory.

Pro-life park founder dismayed after vandalism

The founder of a pro-life memorial park in Waco is in disbelief after a portion of his symbolic memorial was mowed over.

Norovirus on the rise in Brazos County

The flu outbreak has swept the nation and reached epidemic levels this season; it's even caused deaths but that's not the only nasty bug going around.

Spacecom and Spacex announce agreement for Amos-6 satellite launch

Hawthorne, CA / Ramat-Gan, Israel, January 29, 2013 – Today, Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) and Space Communication Ltd. (Spacecom) announced an agreement to launch Spacecom’s AMOS-6 satellite on SpaceX’s Falcon 9 launch vehicle.

Waco man killed in accident Monday night

A Waco man is dead, following a deadly accident Monday night.

Longtime Central Texas officer dies of heart attack, funeral set for Wednesday

Roger Faught, 58, of Copperas Cove, passed away January 26, 2013, at his residence. He was the 10th child born to Irlan and Bertha Faught in Brownfield, Texas on February 2, 1954.

Smashburgers employee fights off attempted robber

The Temple Police Department is investigating an attempted robbery that occurred at a local eatery early Sunday morning.

Temple ISD administrators discuss: Should teachers be allowed to carry guns?

We all know the issue of allowing teachers to carry guns is a hot topic in schools all across the country.

Fugitive caught by Waco Police

A Colorado man is now in the McLennan County Jail after eluding authorities for the past two weeks in both Colorado and Texas.