Preliminary hearing held about proposed Brazos County landfill

Like many in the neighborhood, Dorothy Butler has lived in her Brushy home since 1971.

Waco Suspension Bridge to get new LED lights

The Waco City Council approved tax payer’s dollars to help light the historic Waco Suspension Bridge. $52,500 will help swap old, incandescent lights with newer LED lights.

First vote on new nightclub ordinance passes

On Tuesday night, the Waco City Council voted on a controversial nightclub ordinance. With a 5-1 vote, the council passed a preliminary bill that would require licenses for bars and nightclubs that allow dancing.

DHS selects Texas A&M for campus resilience pilot program

Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano today announced the selection of Texas A&M University to participate in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Campus Resilience Pilot Program (CR Pilot).

McLennan Co. sheriff requests to buy AR-15 style rifles

McLennan County Sheriff Parnell McNamara hopes McLennan County Commissioners approve his request to purchase 19 AR-15 style rifles for the sheriff’s department.

Suspect sought in overnight robbery in Temple

On Tuesday night, around 10:55 p.m., Temple Police responded to the intersection of South 9th Avenue and West Avenue H, in reference to a robbery. 

Gatesville man pleads guilty to child pornography charges

A Gatesville man has pleaded guilty to child pornography charges stemming from an investigation started early this year.

Remains found more than two years ago in Milam County now identified

The Milam County Sheriff’s Office has concluded an investigation into the identity of a partial skeleton located in a wooded area along U.S. Highway 77, north of Cameron.

Skid marks among few clues in Texas prosecutor slayings

KAUFMAN COUNTY, Texas (CNN) -- A set of large tire tracks. It's one of the tenuous clues that could help authorities figure out who killed Kaufman County's top prosecutor and his wife.

North Korea's elaborate game of chicken with the U.S.

Kim Jong Un's latest threats against the United States may be even more apocalyptic than Kim Jong Il's. But the Obama administration still believes the young North Korean leader is reading from a page in his father's playbook.