Waco

Temple Police close investigation of fatal dog attack that took the life of 2-year-old girl

Investigators from Temple Police Department's General Investigations Unit met with the Bell County District Attorney to present their findings in the death of Je'Vaeh Mayes, 2, of Temple.

Trial underway for man involved in Waco shooting 1 year ago

The trial of a Waco man accused of aggravated assault began Tuesday.

BBB celebrates national consumer protection week

BBB helps people find and recommend businesses, brands and charities they can trust.

Waco man arrested after threatening to jump from roof of Waco house

Waco police arrested a man on several warrants after finding him on top of a south Waco house where he was reportedly threatening to hurt himself.

MCC to offer hospitality degree program

McLennan Community College has announced plans to start offering a hospitality degree program, beginning in the fall of 2014.

Today is National Pancake Day

If you haven't stopped by to get a free short stack of pancakes, you still have a little time to get there before 10 p.m. tonight.

Waco man pleads guilty, sentenced for HIV assaults

A Waco man has received 40 years in prison after pleading guilty to having sex with three teens and infecting two of them with HIV.

"Soup for Hungry Souls" campaign ends with 1,500 donations

Monday, the Salvation Army, in partnership with Chick-Fil-A, gave out about one hundred free bowls of soup to the community.

Tomorrow is National Pancake Day

In case you weren't aware, Tuesday, March 4, is IHOP's National Pancake Day.

Icy conditions lead to 75 crashes in Waco

Sunday's ice event proved to be quite cumbersome for Central Texas drivers.