Local News

Car chase in Mineral Wells ends in death

A car chase in Mineral Wells ended with police killing a suspect in the kidnap-murder of a four-year-old boy.

Bill White admits to profiting from overseas oil company

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Bill White says he profited from an oil company overseas.

New group helping local business

"Thrive Business Mentors" is a new group in town that's helping businesses become more successful in the Waco area.

White raises more than Governor Perry

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Bill White says he's raised more money than incumbent Rick Perry. White reported more than $9 million in campaign cash on Thursday.

Riesel officer resigns from job

A Riesel police officer resigned Tuesday after coming to work with alcohol on his breath. Former officer James Black had been with the department for less than a month.

1 dies in crash on bridge

One person died Wednesday after running into a guardrail on the Lake Waco bridge. Officials say the accident happened around 8:30 p.m..

Sexual Assault charges dropped against former Robinson officer

Sex charges against a former Robinson cop were dropped by prosecutors Tuesday. 33-year-old Jeremiah Beavers was arrested in 2007 after he allegedly sexually assaulted a 30-year-old woman.

Murderer asking for new appeal

Convicted murderer Darlene Gentry wants a new judge to consider her appeal.

Cleveland QB makes a stop in Temple

Rookie football star Colt McCoy visited Temple on Tuesday. The former University of Texas quarterback helped kick off the fundraising campaign for a new children's hospital.

Austin man suing city of Waco

An Austin man is suing the city of Waco for demolishing a home he was renovating two years ago. Greg Daniels says he bought the house on West Avenue in 1998.