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Caught in the Web: Charlie Sheen's wife reportedly in rehab

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Former Majority Leader backs Senator Hutchison

TEXAS - Former Majority Leader Dick Armey is backing Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison in her race for the governors seat. Armey was a leading figure in the 1994 Republican revolution and is a leader in the Tea Party movement now.

Bears fall to K-State in a squeaker

WACO - 11th ranked Kansas State squeaked out a win last night over the number 24th ranked Baylor Bears 76 to 74. It was the first ever top 25 matchup for men's basketball in the Ferrell Center. Tweety Carter missed a last second shot to tie the

Officials arrest last of four home invasion suspects

WACO - Four Waco residents are out on bond in connection with a home invasion robbery back in December. Officials arrested Clinton Tynes Monday at the Town Oaks Apartments on Sanger Avenue.

Caught in the Web: Prison inmates perform new Michael Jackson tribute

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Fire destroys family's home

WACO - A fire Monday morning sent five people to the hospital and displaced a family of six in north Waco. Fire investigators say the fire started because of items being placed too close to a space heater. The Waco Tribune reports firefighters

Caught in the Web: Brangelina could be headed for a split

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Former Waco Minister sentenced to prison

WACO—Former Waco Baptist Minister Matt Baker will spend 65 years in prison for the drugging and suffocation death of his wife. He'll be 70 years old before he's eligible for parole.

Former minister found guilty of murder

WACO - Former Waco Baptist minister Matt Baker was found guilty of first degree murder Wednesday for the death of his 32 year-old wife, Kari. Baker never took the stand before the defense rested. Sentencing is scheduled for today.

Medina makes second debate

GOP Texas Governor's candidate Debra Medina is now in the second debate. Medina is running along with Governor Rick Oerry and Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison. The January 29th debate sponsored by some Texas television stations and the Dallas Morn