American student aboard Malaysia Airlines flight shot down

An Indiana University student was one of the passengers aboard a Malaysia Airlines flight that was shot down Thursday in eastern Ukraine, leaving no survivors.

Mom accused of using salt to kill son no shows pretrial conference

 A New York mother accused of poisoning her 5-year-old with salt to gain attention and sympathy was a no-show Wednesday at a pretrial conference where her defense was given an additional month for evidence discovery in the case.

U.S. business publication, Forbes, sold to Asian investors

Forbes, the iconic U.S. business publication that follows the rich and powerful, is being sold to a group of Asian investors.

Copperas Cove PD asks for community's help solving robbery

Copperas Cove Police are asking for the community’s support in solving an aggravated robbery which occurred during the early morning hours of July 14, at the Mickey’s Convenience Store, located at 1306 Georgetown Road.

SAVOR sets goal to raise $100K in donations to local charities

On July 16, 2014, SAVOR, the exclusive provider of retail food and beverage services for Baylor Athletic facilities announced the launch of its fundraising program for area Non-Profit Organizations at the new McLane Stadium.

Texas man suspected of killing his wife found dead

A spokesperson for the Port Arthur Police Department Thursday said a man who is a suspect in the shooting death of his wife was found dead from an apparent suicide.

Boots and Badges competition continues today in Killeen

The Scott & White Blood Center hosts seven blood drives in July for the “Boots and Badges” competition.

Waco MPO Policy Board will meet July 22

The Policy Board of the Waco Metropolitan Planning Organization will meet on Tuesday, July 22, at 2:00 p.m. at the City of Waco Operations Center, located at 1415 N. 4th Street.

Robinson will hold community job fair in August

The Robinson Chamber of Commerce, Workforce Solutions for the Heart of Texas, and the City of Robinson are collaborating to host the Robinson Community Job Fair on Friday, August 1 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Brush, debris removal still underway in Waco following last month's storms

The City of Waco Solid Waste Service department continues to respond to calls for brush removal as a result of the June storms. As of July 16, a total of 1,570 tons of brush have been collected from 1,201 Work Orders.