WACO — Major road construction projects are being thrown out because of state funding cut backs.
Roads affected by the cuts are Loop 340/Highway 6 and Interstate 35.
Officials say the region is short $11 million dollars from a yet-to-be-d
BLUM — April Thompson, 24, of Odessa, was arrested Saturday morning after shooting and killing Private Cody Ryan Patterson of Blum.
The Hill County Sheriff's Office says Patterson was home on leave from Iraq.
Officials say Thompson was ar
WACO — William Scott Bartlett, 48, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, possesion of a prohibited weapon/explosives, two counts of carrying an unlawful weapon and possession of marijauna on Tuesday.
WACO — Hundreds of students evacuated from a Baylor University science building about 3 p.m. Tuesday.
Baylor spokeswoman Lori Fogleman says a student dropped a vial of toxic cyanide and it cracked on a bench.
WACO — McLennan Community College Will be bringing more Texas Tech Classes to campus in the spring.
Two more communication classes, leadership and communication in relationships, field ecology and a multiculural literatures of America will b
WACO— A cummuter jet landed safely in College Station after smoke was reported in the cockpit.
ExpressJet Airlines spokeswoman Kristy Nichols says the flight left Houston's Bush Intercontinental Airport about 2 p.m.
WACO— Waco Police Department is cracking down on the new cell phone ban in school zones.
The law states drivers using a cell phone in a school zone during school hours will be ticketed.
The law does include a few exceptions: a hands-free