Typhoon Haiyan death toll tops 6,000 in the Philippines

Nearly five weeks after Typhoon Haiyan tore through the Philippines, the government now says more than 6,000 people have been reported dead.

Several stabbed after NFL football game in Denver

A late-night scuffle outside Denver's football stadium after the Broncos' 27-20 loss to the San Diego Chargers on Thursday left three people with stab wounds -- one of them in critical condition, authorities said Friday. Police had three people in

Gov. Perrys requests Presidential Disaster Declaration for CTX flood damage

Governor Rick Perry is requesting a presidential disaster declaration for three Texas counties due to extensive flood damage in Central Texas following the storms that occurred from October 30th to November 1.

You better not pout! Watch out for these 12 scams of Christmas

BBB counts down the 12 most common scams of the season CENTRAL TEXAS - Only 12 days until Christmas and although the holiday may bring out the best in people, it can also bring about scammers to take advantage of your generosity.

A&M students say farewell to President Loftin

It was news that left many speechless; last Thursday the University of Missouri announced that outgoing Texas A&M President,  R. Bowen Loftin, will be the University's next chancellor.

Waco couple charged with child endangerment

A Waco couple was arrested and charged with endangering and abandoning a child after a cemetery worker found them passed out in the cemetery, under the influence of drugs.

Temple PD, Fire and DPS preach safety for holiday season

With winter and the holiday season comes an uptick in various reported crimes, fires and injuries. Local officials are doing their best to advise citizens on how to protect themselves.

Bellmead PD looking for toy donations

The Bellmead Police Department is still looking for toy donations this Christmas.  

VIDEO: Elderly woman overwhelmed when military presents her with flag for cheering them up at Christmas

For years, Nancy Wilde of Merrill, Wisconsin has been sending Christmas cards to United States military members.

Waco PD adds new school zone

Due to safety concerns and several citizen complaints, the Traffic Department of Waco Police Department has installed new School Zone signs in front of University High School on S. New Road.