Brush, debris removal still underway in Waco following last month's storms

The City of Waco Solid Waste Service department continues to respond to calls for brush removal as a result of the June storms. As of July 16, a total of 1,570 tons of brush have been collected from 1,201 Work Orders.

Temple man, woman plead guilty to mail theft charges

A Temple man and woman are awaiting sentencing dates after both have pleaded guilty to federal charges stemming from post office and mailbox break-ins.

Waco VFW chapter to host free barbecue next Wednesday

The Waco VFW Post 8564 Chapter is hosting a free barbecue next week for veterans and the community, despite having financial troubles of their own.

Bat tests positive for rabies, 4th case at Fort Hood this year

The Fort Hood Veterinary Center (VETCEN) was notified Thursday, July 17, that a bat found in the vicinity of the Department of Public Works motorpool, building 4001, tested positive for rabies.

Pro-life display vandalized, destroyed in Waco

A pro-life display was vandalized and destroyed in Waco on Thursday.

Killeen man convicted for sex trafficking of a minor

A Killeen native was found guilty of sex trafficking a minor by a Houston jury on Thursday.

CPS to hold recruitment event in attempt to get more local foster homes going

So far this year, McLennan County has already set a new record for the number of children being removed from their homes and being placed into foster care. Unfortunately, there aren't enough area foster homes available.

Waco ISD "Meals On Bus" program receives positive response from community

Every afternoon local families and children are lining up at different sites throughout Waco, waiting for a school bus arrive despite school being out for summer.

Police searching for individuals involved in throwing bricks at cars

Coolidge police are looking for a group of juveniles accused of throwing bricks at cars on a highway.

Israel launches ground operation into Gaza

  The Israeli military launched a ground operation into Gaza late Thursday, the government said.