Texas 'unlikely' to secede from the union by a petition

More than 76-thousand people believe Texas should no longer be a part of the U.S. But, their petition to the White House is ruffling a lot of feathers.

Area leaders schedule I-35 safety meeting

There have been many wrecks on I-35 involving tractor-trailers in the past few months, some of which have been fatal.

Jury selection begins in used-car murder

Jury selection began today in a murder case that all started with a used car sale. 33 year-old John Carl Arabie Jr. is accused of shooting 74 year-old David Lloyd Sanders, a Waco transit employee. in October of 2011.

Juvenile arrested in Temple murder case

A Juvenile has been arrested in the fatal shooting of a Temple man of Friday. The suspect was taken to the Juvenile Detention Center in Killeen after the arrest late Monday night.

800 million Facebook shares set to flood market

It's déjà vu all over again for Facebook. On Wednesday, the company faces yet another day when millions of shares could hit the market -- and this may the biggest potential stock dump by far.

Texas day care owner found guilty of murdering 4 children

A jury in Houston has found Jessica Tata guilty of murder in the deaths of four children in a fire at her home day care facility in 2011.

Officials release name of Ft. Hood soldier killed by train

Fort Hood officials have released the name of a Soldier who died from injuries suffered when his vehicle was hit by a train Nov. 9 in Killeen, Texas.

Gov. Perry, Lt. Gov. Dewhurst Call for Drug Screening for TANF, UI Applicants

AUSTIN – Gov. Rick Perry and Lt. Gov.

Petraeus probe includes top general in Afghanistan

The scandal that took down former CIA Director David Petraeus has ensnared another powerful general.

Waco police investigate club shooting that left 1 injured

Waco police are investigating a shooting at a local business early Sunday morning.