Former minister found guilty of murder

WACO - Former Waco Baptist minister Matt Baker was found guilty of first degree murder Wednesday for the death of his 32 year-old wife, Kari. Baker never took the stand before the defense rested. Sentencing is scheduled for today.

Medina makes second debate

GOP Texas Governor's candidate Debra Medina is now in the second debate. Medina is running along with Governor Rick Oerry and Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison. The January 29th debate sponsored by some Texas television stations and the Dallas Morn

Religion and medicine seperate at Baylor

Officials at the Baylor College of Medicine say the school will remain its independence if allied with Baylor University. Opponents of the idea say they want to keep medicine and the religious ideal of the university separate.

Dallas group ships out to help Haiti

TEXAS - Doctors from the Lone Star State ship out to bring much-needed medical supplies to Haiti. The group from Forest Park Medical Center left North Texas early Sunday morning bound for Port-au-Prince. The trip was organized through the ancie

Waco officials making Valley Mills Drive safer

WACO - Waco planning officials say they hope to build pedestrian friendly medians extending the entire length of Valley Mills Drive. It is part of a 15 item road project list presented by the Waco Metropolitan Planning Organization. The median

Community members celebrate MLK Day

WACO - Members of the community celebrated the memory of Martin luther king jr.

Vikings blow out Cowboys 34-3

MINNESOTA - The Cowboys lost a heartbreaker to the Minnesota Vikings this weekend officially ending their season. The Vikings rolled over Dallas 34 to 3. Minnesota will head to New Orleans to play the Saints in the NFC Championship Game.

Woman faces 20 years in prison for role in ponzi scheme

WHITNEY — A Whitney woman faces up to 20 years in prison for her involvement in a large scale ponzi scheme. Officials say Julia Ann Schmidt pleaded guilty to defrauding victims out of several hundred thousand dollars.

Haiti in devastating conditions

Devastation in Haiti more than a day after a deadly earthquake toppled the capital and surrounding areas.

State senator ending re-election campaign

WACO - Republican Senator Kip Averitt of Waco has announced he will end his re-election campaign. The senator cited health problems as his reason behind quitting the race. “While I will not serve another term, serving my friends and neighbors h