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Jury decides punishment for capital murder defendant

Jurors listened to testimony Monday as they weigh in on whether the man they found guilty of capital murder should be put to death or face life in prison without parole.

Democratic sheriff candidate remains strong in campaign's last 24 hours

Willie Tompkins was born in Louisiana and moved to Waco to attend Paul Quinn college in the late sixties and never left.

ICE: Texas attorney caught laundering $600M of Mexican cartel cash

Immigration Customs Enforcement agents arrested an El Paso attorney in connection with a $600 million money laundering case involving a Mexican drug cartel.

Local retailers expect busy holiday season

It should come as no surprise when you walk into your favorite stores and see costumes and candy, from Halloween, moved to the clearance aisle while Christmas trees and wrapping paper are now on sale.

2012 early voting numbers barely top 2008 numbers

The final results for early voting in McLennan County are in and they barely edged out 2008’s record-setting numbers.

Early morning fire contained in Bellmead

Firefighters from three Central Texas fire departments have spent ten hours Monday morning battling a large building fire in Bellmead.

Obama, Romney make a mad dash in a final bid for votes

President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney are spending the final hours of the campaign making a mad dash through battleground states Monday in a late push to sway a closely divided electorate ahead of Tuesday's election.<

Controversial halftime show at Texas HS game stirs debate

A Texas high school is facing intense criticism after a halftime show in which a person dressed like Mitt Romney was punched in the face by someone depicting Big Bird.

Red Cross Supports Local Firefighters During Warehouse Blaze

WACO, TX, November 5, 2012 — The American Red Cross is providing ice, water, snacks and support for approximately 20 firefighters battling a warehouse fire on New Dallas Highway in Bellmead.

McLane Advanced Technologies Hosts Golf Tournament to Benefit the United Way of Central Texas

TEMPLE, Texas (November 2, 2012) McLane Advanced Technologies (MAT), a global provider of Information Technology and logistics solutions, will be hosting a golf tournament on Monday, November 5, 2012 to benefit the United Way of Central Texas.