Waco

Man pleads guilty to July 2012 murder of ex-girlfriend

A McLennan County man has pleaded guilty to the July 2012 murder of his estranged girlfriend.

MCC agrees with Tech to make transferring easier

Last week, MCC signed an agreement with Baylor to make the transfer process between the two much easier for Baylor-bound students. And now, MCC has partnered up with Texas Tech as well.

Waco convicted arsonist pleads guilty to injury to a child

A Waco man, who a jury found guilty of arson and sentenced to 65 years in prison,  has pleaded guilty to giving his 8-month-old son vodka.

Waco, Beverly Hills PD looking for restaurant robber

Both Beverly Hills and Waco Police are asking for help in identifying a man in some surveillance video. Check it out.

Trial date set for former Collin Street Bakery comptroller

A trial date has been set for the former comptroller of a well-known Central Texas fruitcake company, after he was indicted last week by a federal grand jury on charges that he embezzled millions of dollars from the business over the

Waco PD warns drivers of hazardous flooding

According to the Waco Police Department, a Flash Flood Watch is in effect for all of Central Texas until Saturday morning. Some areas could see four or more inches of rain over the next day and a half.

New voting requirements set in Texas

A new law has been passed for Texas voters, which requires you to present a photo ID when voting.

BBB warns consumers of deceptive Change-My-Address.com site

People who need to update their address often find it convenient to do so online rather than going to the local post office for a change of address form.

Baylor University sets record high enrollment numbers

Baylor University has enrolled the most diverse student body in the University’s 168-year history and set another overall enrollment record, according to official 12th-day enrollment statistics compiled by the Office of Institutional Rese

Robinson family of six now without home after fire

A family of six is now without a home after an early-morning fire destroyed their house at 896 Saffle Road in Robinson. Smoke detectors alerted the parents shortly before 2 a.m.