U.N. Security Council could vote on Syria resolution Friday

The U.N. Security Council could vote as early as Friday on a draft resolution regarding Syria's chemical weapons program.

Senate votes to approve spending measure that clears the way for Obamacare funding

According to CNN, the Senate voted on Friday to overcome a filibuster led by GOP Sen.

Waco man arrested for threatening children with gun

A Waco man is out on bond after being booked into jail Thursday on aggravated assault charges.

Local law enforcement agencies still facing ammunition shortage

Waco police are in the process of doing their 2013 qualifications training, and they're worried they may run out of ammunition soon.

Health officials researching West victims' medical files to conduct study

The Texas Department of State Health Services and the Waco-McLennan County Health District have announced that they will be working on a study to look into the injuries sustained from the West fertilizer plant explosion.

Zebra mussels found in Lake Belton and suspected in Lakes Worth and Joe Pool

Zebra mussels, a destructive invasive species that originated in Eurasia, have been found in Lake Belton in Central Texas.

Warrants issued against men accused of dog fighting, drug operations

Arrests warrants have been issued against two men that McGregor police believe are responsible for  appears to have been a dog fighting and drug operation at a home, located at 116 Rogers Street in McGregor.

Star Baylor athlete arrested on assault charge

The Baylor Bears starting safety and leader on defense was arrested Thursday for allegedly assaulting another person the earlier this month

House: A vote for cloture is a vote for ObamaCare

Twenty-one conservative House members, including three Texas representatives, have sent a bill to Senator Mitch McConnell warning Senate Republicans not to vote for cloture.

New trial ordered for Florida woman in warning-shot case

An appellate court on Thursday ordered a new trial for a Florida woman who was sentenced to 20 years in prison for firing a gun to scare off her allegedly abusive husband, ruling that a jury was improperly instructed on self-defense. Marissa Alexa