Local News

Another attempted child abduction in the area

There has been many attempted child abductions reported in the area, including two abductions that occurred in Killeen on December 10th and October 18th.

Hospital gets $25,000 from small, local business

KILLEEN -- A local smoothie shop in Killeen had a special ribbon cutting Wednesday.

Allstate increases rates 5.4 percent

WACO -- Some Central Texas homeowners will be paying more for coverage in 2011. A step being reviewed by the Texas Department of Insurance.  

Man arrested for sexually assaulting man in wheelchair

CORYELL -- Coryell Police have arrested a man for sexually assaulting another man in a wheelchair. Police say 29-year-old Christopher Wayne James forced sex on the 20-year-old man 3 times this year.

Killeen police arrest suspect in Bruceville shooting

KILLEEN -- The investigation continues into the shooting and carjacking Monday in Bruceville. 44-year-old Jose Garcia was arrested in Killeen Tuesday evening.

Military families receive donated holiday meals

The second annual "Holiday Meals for Military Families", took place today near the Fort Hood Military Base. Beam Global Spirits and Wine donated 450 meals to military families through the charity.

"Coats for Kids" donations during the holiday season

Power 108 Radio station is collecting coats for kids during this holiday season. While some families can not afford to buy coats for their children, now they can receive free coats at Mission Waco and Caritas.

Baylor University's School of Social Work moves downtown

Baylor University's School of Social Work is moving this week to a new home in downtown Waco. They are moving from a parking garage on Baylor's campus, to the former Wells Fargo Bank on Washington Avenue.

A deeper look into the new children's hospital

TEMPLE -- A local business owner giving the ultimate gift this holiday season: $25,000 toward building the $50 million children's hospital in Temple.

Study shows children in apartments exposed to more tobacco

TEMPLE -- Chldren living in apartments have more tobacco in their blood than those in houses, even if their parents don't smoke, according to the Rochester Medical Center.