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Copperas Cove coach on leave after allegations of improper behavior

A Copperas Cove school official has been placed on administrative leave after allegations of inappropriate behavior.

Killeen City Council votes to give City Manager $750,000

KILLEEN -- Tuesday night, Killeen City Council voted to give City Manager, Connie Green, $750,000 to leave his position. This after Green put in his resignation, but they city wouldn't say why.

Bryan Police Department’s top ten most wanted for April 2011

These ten individuals are the Bryan Police Department’s Top Ten Most Wanted for April 2011.

UPDATE: Identity of second murder victim in overnight Waco shooting released

WACO- The second victim from last nights shooting has been identified. The murder victim has been identified as Tyus Sneed, a 17-year-old black man from Waco.

Temple robber dies in hospital

TEMPLE -- New details in a Temple robbery that ended with an officer and suspect shot on March 6. Police now say the suspect that was shot, 20-year-old Eriberto Herrera, has died in the hospital from gunshot wounds.

Man arrested for arson at his parents' home in Waco

A fire that happened on February 5th, is now suspected to be arson. 38-year-old Ian Delventey Guy, has been arrested for reportedly starting the fire, at his parents home, on 2724 Mac Arthur Drive in Waco.

Man dies after running off road

One person is dead after a wreck near the intersection of New Road and I-35 Monday.

Police chase in Temple leads to narcotics charge

TEMPLE -- A man and a woman are in police custody after stealing a trailer and running from the cops.

State and local officials gather in Waco for Caterpillar

WACO -- Caterpillar celebrated the opening of a new manufacturing plant in Waco Monday. State and local officials all showed up for the ribbon cutting. They say it further defines Waco's economic strength.

Texas has highest number of minimum wage empolyees

In 2010, there were 550,000 Texas workers who worked for minimum wage, or even less, more than any other state. Nearly half of those hourly-paid workers were women.