Warrants issued for duo accused of stealing phone

Theft warrants have been issued for two people, thanks to a Crime Stoppers tip and the use of Facebook.

Midway ISD breaking ground on 2 major additions to MHS

Today, Midway ISD celebrates the beginning of construction on two major additions to the Midway High School. A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held today at 11:30 a.m. at the Midway High School Arena Foyer.

Former Baylor football player denied motion for new trial

A district judge denied a motion for a new trial for a former Baylor football player, who was sentenced to prison for sexual assault earlier this year.

Man detained after pipe bomb discovered at South Waco house

Multiple law enforcement agencies responded to a South Waco home Monday afternoon after a tip lead to a pipe bomb being discovered in an ice chest behind the house.  

McLennan County honors National Crime Victims' Rights Week

If you've passed by the McLennan County courthouse this week, you've probably noticed the pinwheels on the lawn. Those are out in honor of National Crime Victims' Rights Week.

TxDOT emphasizes driver safety during 'Work Zone Awareness Week'

Each year in Texas, there are approximately 15,000 crashes and more than 100 people killed in highway construction and maintenance zones. Motorists traveling through work zones make up the majority of fatalities.

BBB warning of scammers taking advantage of Malaysian Airlines flight mystery

The world is eager for news about missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370--so eager in fact, that scammers are taking advantage of the public’s curiosity.

Waco ISD teacher on paid leave following STAAR testing violation

A Waco ISD principal is on paid leave after reportedly violating STAAR Testing protocol Thursday.

Waco woman receives 10 years probation for hitting mom with SUV, killing her

A Waco woman received ten years felony deferred adjudication probation today after pleading guilty in January to manslaughter in connection to a June 2012 accident that left her mother dead.

Fort Hood soldier pleads guilty to stolen explosive charges

A Fort Hood soldier, who is accused of trying to sell stolen explosives, pleaded guilty to one count of possession of stolen explosives in federal court on Thursday.