Officials warn drivers to be safe

WACO - After 3 inches of snow in Waco yesterday sunny skies are expected through the day today. Officials say road conditions could still be slick as temperatures fell late Tuesday. They urge drivers to be careful on the roads.

Officials prepared for wintry weather

WACO - In anticipation of the winter weather, local officials made sure they were prepared. Officials with the Texas Department of Transportation spent Monday filling trucks with sand and gravel, plus de-icing mixtures. At Oncor, officials say

Longtime principal stepping down

WACO - After 12 years A.J. Moore Academy principal Debra Bishop will be stepping down. Bishop is leaving to become an independent council for the National Academy Foundation. Bishop's last day at the academy is this Friday.

Police arrest two alleged church arsonists

A pair of arrests are made in a string of church fires in East Texas. Authorities have taken 19-year-old Jason Robert Bourque and 21-year-old Daniel George McAllister into custody. Officials suspect the two are responsible for ten church

Sierra Club suing Luminant

WACO - The Sierra Club has filed its intention to sue power company Luminant. They claim the company violated the Clean Air Act with Big Brown, a coal-burning power plant in Fairfield. The plant is located 60 miles east of Waco.

Fire displaces family of three

WACO - A family of three is displaced after a fire in their garage burned through their house. It happened in the Parkdale Viking Hills neighborhood. No one was reported injured and the cause is still being investigated.

Kinky rallies in Waco

WACO - Democrat Kinky Friedman was in Waco Friday rallying support for his Texas Agriculture Commission campaign. Friedman met with voters at Common Grounds in Waco. Some of his ideas to improve agriculture in the state include promoting fund d

Plane crashes into Austin building

AUSTIN - A small plane crashed into a building in north Austin around 10 a.m.. Officials believe it could have been intentional. The pilot, Joseph Andrew Stack, reportedly set his own home on fire before flying the plane into the building. H

Man oversleeps court date, gets 20 years

WACO - A man hoping for felony probation was sentenced 20 years in prison after oversleeping his court appearance. Alton Young pleaded guilty to burglary of a habitation back in November.

Ken Starr introduced to Baylor community

WACO - Newly named President Ken Starr received a warm welcome after being introduced to the Baylor University community Tuesday. Starr was named the 14th president of the university on Monday. Starr is a former independent prosecutor whose in