Waco Police officers cleared of wrongdoing

Two Waco Police officers were cleared of any wrongdoing in a McLennan County Grand Jury hearing this morning. Officers Hans Fitting and Darrell Patterson will now both be fully re-instated.

Storm Watch exhibit remembers 1953 tornado that devastated Waco

It's been 60 years since the deadly tornado of 1953 ripped through Waco, killing more than a hundred Central Texans.

Jury summons issued in capital murder trial of 2nd Lakewood Villas murder defendant

Court officials in Williamson County have sent out 1,200 jury summons for prospective jurors in the capital murder trial of a Waco man.

Officials scheduled to announce cause of West explosion on Thursday

State and federal officials anticipate announcing the results of their joint investigation into what caused the explosion at the West fertilizer plant nearly a month ago.

VIDEO: Wealthy families using disabled tour guides to skip theme park lines

Wealthy New York families have found a way to skip to the front of the line at Disney World. They hire disabled tour guides. That's according to social researcher, Wednesday Martin.

TX teen bags state's largest alligator

An 18 year-old high school senior, on his first alligator hunt, has bagged the largest alligator to be certified in the State of Texas.

Waco officers involved in January shooting cleared by Grand Jury

A McLennan County Grand Jury met today and has completed their review of the officer involved shooting that occurred on January 11th at 3424 Forrester.

Angelina Jolie undergoes double mastectomy

Actress Angelina Jolie announced in a New York Times op-ed article on Tuesday that she underwent a preventive double mastectomy after learning that she carries a mutation of the BRCA1 gene, which sharply increases her risk of developing breast

61-year-old Beaumont man receives bionic fingers

A daily struggle is over for a Beaumont man who spent the past six decades without any fingers on his right hand, thanks to a set of bionic fingers.

Living to work: 93-year-old shoe cobbler says he'll never quit

Henry Linder did try to give up the shoe repair business once. It was 1991, and he was about to turn 72. He figured he was ready to stop fixing footwear and spend more time in the yard.