Mississippi church that refused to marry black couple apologizes

After barring a black couple from marrying in its Mississippi facility in late July, the First Baptist Church of Crystal Springs released a statement Sunday apologizing for its actions.

2 killed, 1 critically injured in fiery weekend wreck

Two people died over the weekend in a fiery wreck on Martin Luther King Boulevard.

Annie Parisse Joins Cast of "The Following"

 Annie Parisse (“Law & Order,” “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days”) has joined the cast of THE FOLLOWING as a series regular in the highly anticipated new thriller from creator/executive producer Kevin Williamson (&l

Waco ISD working to give teachers a pay raise

WACO -- After millions of dollars of state funding cuts from school district's budgets, Waco ISD is now working to give their teachers a 3.5 percent pay raise to help keep good teachers in their district.

DPS launch online program to monitor prescription drugs

CENTRAL TEXAS -- More than 15,500 people die every year from prescription drug overdose, leading the Centers for Disease Control to label drug abuse a national epidemic. And Central Texas is not immune.

Hasan contempt of court for not shaving again

FORT HOOD -- Maj. Nidal Hasan appeared in court today for another pre-trial hearing, and the beard is still there. For the second week in a row he was held in contempt of court and fined 1,000 dollars.

Vandals strike at California Chick-fil-A restaurant

Activists on both sides of the gay rights issue are putting fast food restaurant Chick-fil-A in the spotlight this week -- with day two of demonstrations calling for a same-sex "kiss-in."

Gay rights activists plan 'kiss day' at Chick-fil-A restaurants

Gay rights activists plan a "kiss day" at Chick-fil-A outlets nationwide Friday amid a controversy over a company official's stance against same-sex marriages.

Robber ties up homeowner in wheelchair during heist

Officials are searching for an alleged robber who stole cash and weapons from a handicapped man.

ERCOT urges energy conservation

WACO -- There's no escaping the August heat or your energy bill. ERCOT  announced record breaking energy usage Tuesday with 65,790 Mega Watts.