Waco man found guilty of sexual assault from nearly 20 years ago

A McLennan County jury has found a Waco man guilty of sexually assaulting one of possibly seven children, nearly 20 years ago.

TX authorities take down double-murder suspect

A former Colorado inmate who was a white supremacist gang member is now the focus of the investigation into who murdered the state's prison chief.

Waco schools receive $100,000 in grants on Thursday

The Waco ISD Education Foundation board members and donors “SURPRIZED” Waco ISD teachers Thursday by awarding $100,000 in classroom grants.

Woman arrested for soliciting undercover College Station officer

A woman is arrested in College Station after she allegedly unknowingly solicited an undercover officer for sex.

SpaceX's newest rocket engine is ready for liftoff

SpaceX’s newest rocket engine has achieved flight qualification. The Merlin 1D is the fourth generation of the Merlin rocket engine. Its lighter and is claimed to be the most efficient booster engine ever built.

Digital technology changing the future of 911 call response

New 911 call technology is making it easier for operators to respond more quickly and effectively in Bell County. In fact, being able to text and send pictures to the emergency communications center may not be too far in the future.

Focus on Colorado parolee in prison chief's slaying

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado (CNN) -- Colorado investigators are in Decatur, Texas, Friday morning eager to examine evidence found in a black Cadillac whose driver might have been involved in the slaying of Colorado's prison system chief.

Marathon runner with terminal brain cancer wins Gusher and inspires others

KBMT (KBMT) -- Iram J. Leon won the Gusher Marathon on March 9, 2013 pushing his 6 year old daughter, Kiana, in a borrowed stroller. But that's not the most miraculous part of the story. Iram has terminal brain cancer.

Possible Plans to Dig Up Whale Skeleton, Put it on Display

Port Aransas, TX (KIII) -- A nearly 50-foot whale that washed up on the beach in Port Aransas three years ago may soon be dug up and then put on public display.

Congressman wants to drug test unemployment beneficiaries

El PASO, TX (KDBC) -- When you apply for a job, an employer may require you to pass a drug test before you're hired for the position. A controversial proposal in Washington wants to extend this rule to the unemployed as well, and require the joble