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New credit rules begin Monday

UNDATED - Strict credit card regulations go into affect next Monday. The hope is to get relief from those with mounting credit card fees and skyrocketing interest rates. Under the new law, credit card companies will no longer be able to arbitra

Caught in the Web: Study ranks states in order of happiness

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Rock slide at Cameron Park

A rock slide at Cameron Park over the weekend is being blamed on cold temperatures and rain. A large chunk of the 80 foot cliff collapsed, blocking off the Brazos river trail below lovers leap. Officials say it happened because water got into c

Caught in the Web: Film director told he's 'too fat to fly'

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City tearing down toxic building

WACO - A former pesticide factory on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and I-35 will be torn down. The site has been abandoned since the 1980s. Officials say some of the pesticides seeped into the soil and groundwater under the building.

ATF releases photos of persons of interest

TYLER - ATF is now confirming they have three people of interest in the East Texas church fires. They believe 3 men could be involved. They are all white and one man has a tattoo of flames, another also has a tattoo of flames and a tattoo of an

Caught in the Web: Baldwin makes quick recovery from hospital trip

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Man with hundreds of animals gets probation

WACO - An Elm Mott man has been placed on deferred probation after he reportedly kept more than 70 dogs at his home. The Waco Tribune reports Derwood Johnson has pleaded no contest to three counts animal cruelty charges. Johnson's house was rai

Caught in the Web: One of Tiger's mistresses has a new TV gig

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Local furniture stores struggling in weak market

WACO - Several furniture stores around Waco are in danger of closing. Owners say it is because furniture is no longer a necessity, but rather a luxury. They say it is due to the recession and foreign competition. The Waco Tribune reports the