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Testimony begins in murder trial

WACO -- Testimony began today in Waco in the trial of a man accused of murdering another man and injuring two others in 2009.

Man in jail after stabbing brother

WACO -- A Waco man is accused of stabbing his own brother. 25-year-old Miguel Angel Gonzalez was arrested early Sunday morning after stabbing his brother who was trying to protect a woman Gonzalez was hurting.

Police search for man accused of critically injurying a child

KILLEEN -- Killeen police on the hunt for a man tonight for critically injuring a child. 21-year-old Ruben Campos-Galvan is accused of causing severe head injury to his girlfriend's 22-month-old baby.

Waco economy returning to pre-recession status

WACO -- The Greater Waco Chamber of Commerce has seen the cities economic numbers steadily returning back to pre-recession status. Many retail items took a dive in the past few years like cars, hobbies and restaurant sales.

Trial begins for ex-teacher accused of sexual assault

WACO -- An ex-Central Texas teacher is on trial in Waco after being charged with five counts of sexual assault and indecency with a child by contact.

Man sentenced to 8 years for hit and run

TEMPLE -- A man has now been sentenced to 8 years in prison after being charged with hitting and killing an elderly woman with his car in May.

Killeen police investigate shooting death

Killeen Police are investigating the shooting death of a 36-year old Killeen man just before 6:00 p.m. Sunday.

90th annual Waco Veterans Day Parade

This year the annual Veterans Day Parade in downtown Waco was the largest it's been since it started. About 3,000 participants marched from 13th Street down Austin Avenue to Waco City Hall.

EPA issues first Texas greenhouse gas permit

WACO -- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued its first Texas greenhouse gas permit yesterday to a power plant in Llano County.

A local group commits to hiring more veterans

WACO -- Through it's seven franchise brands the Waco based Dwyer Group has pledged to hiring 300 veterans over the next three years.