BCS mourning loss of longtime employee and local leader

He was a man who dedicate his whole life to public service. 63-year-old Ronnie Jackson has worked for the city of Bryan as the Neighborhood/Youth Services Director. Before that he worked for Bryan ISD.

3 arrested in overnight ATM theft from Waco hotel

Three men have been arrested after stealing an ATM from a downtown Waco hotel.

Trial for 15-year-old murder case delayed again

The trial for a 15-year-old murder case that was postponed last week has been pushed back again due to confusion about a plea agreement back in 2002. James Earl Williams is accused of a 1998 drive-by shooting.

Waco man in jail for attacking elderly girlfriend

A Waco man is still in jail on a $5,000 bond, after being arrested Saturday on injury to the elderly charges.

Group asks for equal protection against discrimination in Waco

A new proposal, presented to the City of Waco, is asking for equal protection against discrimination, specifically against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender discrimination.

Three arrested for ATM theft after a lengthy car chase

Waco Police were called to the scene of an overnight ATM theft at a local hotel. It happened at the Hilton Hotel located in the 100 block of S. University Parks Drive at 11:45 p.m. Monday night.

Hewitt City Council approves inter-local agreement with Midway ISD

The final piece of the puzzle to Midway ISD's more than a half-million dollar security plan is now in.

Pen Pals of 74 Years Meet for the First Time in Corpus Christi

Corpus Christie (KIII) -- After 74 years of being pen pals, and close to 3,000 letters, two women met each other for the first time on Monday at the Corpus Christi International Airport. 3News was there for the emotional meeting. There was a wa

Issa accuses IRS of obstruction, warns of consequences

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The Republican congressman spearheading a House probe into alleged Internal Revenue Service targeting of conservative political groups accused the head of the IRS on Tuesday of obstructing his panel's investigation. California

New York-size sodas get green light from appeals court

New York restaurants can continue selling large sugary drinks after an appeals court sided Tuesday with a lower court ruling that found the city's restrictions on such beverages to be "arbitrary and capricious."