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.

New study suggests Acetaminophen links to asthma

WACO -- Acetaminophen, most often referred to as "Tylenol," has long been considered one of the safest over-the-counter medications when your headache or fever strikes.

Marine Corps celebrates 236th birthday

WASHINGTON — Before the United States was born, there was a Marine Corps. For the last 236 years Marines have fought tirelessly to preserve the freedom of the United States and the traditions of the Corps.

Juvenile charged with murdering 16-year old

Killeen Police have arrested a 16-year boy who was involved in an early morning shooting death shortly after midnight.

Region 12 GEAR's UP with $21 million

The Region 12 Education Service Center in Waco received $21 million for a new program to help students get accepted into college.

Food donations in memory of murdered firefighter

In memory of the tragic death of a fellow fire fighter, the Waco Fire Department is helping collect food this holiday season.

Farmers await 2012 Farm Bill

WACO -- Farmers have been waiting to see the new version of the farm bill and the main thing they are worried about -- crop insurance.

St. Joseph announces it won't renew contract with Scott and White

BRYAN -- If you have Scott and White insurance, heads up. St. Joseph's Hospital will no longer be an in-network provider so some patients may need to find a new healthcare plan.

Bryan residents vote to keep municipal course

BRYAN -- It's been a heated topic for the past couple of months: Should the city of Bryan sell the municipal golf course and buy the Briarcrest Country Club? Well now the debate is over and the voters have decided.