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Courthouse break-in shakes up workers

WACO -- Caught on camera, a man breaking into the Waco Courthouse this week and staying in the building for hours after vandalizing the Mental Health Office.

No word yet on Maj. Hasan's mental evaluation

FORT HOOD -- The Fort Hood shooter's attorney did not make the announcement that was expected this afternoon on whether or not Maj. Nidal Hasan will be court-martialed.

Obama pledged more support for military and their families

FORT HOOD -- Obama reiterated an issue Fort Hood's Lt. Gen. Bob Cone discussed in a satellite interview from Camp Victory, Iraq: suicides and protecting families of those who serve.

Concerns about abortion funding in health insurance costs

There are concerns that the the new health care law includes abortion funds in health insurance costs.

Robbery update: Robber on the run now in custody

Killeen police have arrested 17 year old, Shaquille Willis, who robbed two people, outside their home, on January 13th. Police say Willis demanded the two victims to give him their money, before fleeing on foot.

12 year old girl saves two children from burning house

A 12 year old girl is being credited for saving two children from their burning home in Waco, Monday night.

Coryell County issued burn ban

The Commissioner's Court in Coryell County has issued a burn burn for the next 90 days, unless notified otherwise. A release of the order is provided below in an .pdf attachment

DPS offering anmensty for outstanding fees

Texans whose driver licenses have been suspended for failing to pay state-mandated surcharges are urged to take advantage of a one-time payment amnesty from Jan. 17 to April 17, 2011.

High-risk sex offender escapes custody in Houston

DPS is searching for a high-risk sex offender who escaped from a Houston halfway house earlier this evening.

Private universities could see cutbacks, lawmakers working on budget

WACO -- Lawmakers are looking to cut the budget in every way, and private universities like Baylor aren't out of lawmakers' line of fire when it comes to balancing the state's budget.