Down Syndrome group fights sonogram bill

The new sonogram bill is awaiting Gov. Perry's signature. The bill would require women seeking an abortion to have a sonogram before the abortion.

Locals protecting air conditioners after rash of thefts

WACO -- Nearly 50 families have been a victim of a ring of air-conditioning thefts in Waco over the past six months. Now, five men are in custody for the thefts.

Former Jim Wells DA to serve 6 months in jail

ALICE – Former Jim Wells and Brooks County District Attorney Joe Frank Garza today was sentenced to 180 days in the Jim Wells County Jail as a condition of 10 years probation. Garza’s jail term begins Monday morning.

Arrest affidvit: Teacher gives students permission to hit another student

WACO -- A Cesar Chavez Middle School teacher turned herself into police Thursday for endangering a child.

Man arrested after firing shots at several people

WACO -- A Waco man is behind bars after shooting at several people Tuesday. Police say Marcus Marshall-Moore fired shots at a car on S. 12th and Brown Ave.

Woman admits to setting house on fire, injuring herself

WACO -- The investigation into a year-old fire case has finally ended. It happened in March 2010 in the 6500 block of Mundo Dr. in Waco.

House aims to cut back on athlete injuries

WACO -- Despite school budget concerns, the house has passed a bill to strengthen protocol for dealing with student athletes who have concussions.

Police Investigation leads to multiple arrests in copper thefts

From the Waco Police Department: Waco Police arrested five individuals in relation to multiple copper thefts that occurred in Waco over the past several months. The arrested individuals are as follows:  

British pop star selected to 'X FACTOR' panel; Dallas auditions up next

British pop superstar Cheryl Cole will join Antonio “L.A.” Reid and Simon Cowell as a judge on THE X FACTOR, the highly anticipated singing competition series debuting this fall on FOX.

$1 million for job training in Waco

WACO -- McLennan Community College received more than $1 million Wednesday from the Texas Workforce Commission. The money will be used to train workers for four companies in Waco.