'Pauper' cemetery low on space

WACO - The county run pauper cemetary is running out of room. Officials say McLennan County averaged about six pauper burials a month in 2009. A pauper is defined as someone who dies without enough money to pay for a burial. Presently, Restl

Man who killed father found competent, will stand trial

The son of a Waco firefighter who reportedly admitted to killing his father, has been deemed competent enough to stand trial. Ramonell Stephens told investigators he set his father's house on fire back in November. A psychologist also determine

Toyota reeling from pedal recall

UNDATED - 2.3 million Toyotas have been recalled for sticky accelerators. Toyota says it has a fix for the problem and have three plants ramping up production to get the job done. Meanwhile financially-troubled General Motors is taking this op

Taxpayers pay $101,000 for Pelosi's in-flight 'food, booze'

It reads like a dream order for a wild frat party: Maker's Mark whiskey, Courvoisier cognac, Johnny Walker Red scotch, Grey Goose vodka, E&J brandy, Bailey's Irish Crème, Bacardi Light rum, Jim Beam whiskey, Beefeater gin, Dewars scotch, Bombay Sapph

Police looking for man attacking young boys

WACO - Waco police are looking for a man who's allegedly attacked several young boys in the past couple of months. The Waco Tribune reports the attacks happened in the Woodway area.

Texas Rangers Museum could face problems

The future home of the Texas Rangers Museum is being built on top of a landfill. The Waco Tribune reports state regulators notified city officials last week about the museum being built on top of the closed landfill. City officials are not sure

County jail to begin checking immigration status

WACO - County jailers are looking to cut down on illegal immigrants. The Waco Tribune reports the McClennan County Jail will now check the immigration status of people when they are booked into the jail. Fingerprints of those jailed will be che

Former Majority Leader backs Senator Hutchison

TEXAS - Former Majority Leader Dick Armey is backing Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison in her race for the governors seat. Armey was a leading figure in the 1994 Republican revolution and is a leader in the Tea Party movement now.

Bears fall to K-State in a squeaker

WACO - 11th ranked Kansas State squeaked out a win last night over the number 24th ranked Baylor Bears 76 to 74. It was the first ever top 25 matchup for men's basketball in the Ferrell Center. Tweety Carter missed a last second shot to tie the

Officials arrest last of four home invasion suspects

WACO - Four Waco residents are out on bond in connection with a home invasion robbery back in December. Officials arrested Clinton Tynes Monday at the Town Oaks Apartments on Sanger Avenue.