Police looking for man who robbed credit union in Temple

Temple police are looking for a man accused of robbing Texas Partners Credit Union on Thursday afternoon.

Thousands pay respect to Officer Robert Hornsby

The city of Killeen and the rest of Central Texas mourned the loss of one of its bravest Thursday as Killeen Police Officer Robert Hornsby was laid to rest. Robert Hornsby, 32, was killed in the line of duty early Sunday morning.

Missing from the North Waco area

Waco Police are asking for assistance in locating a missing mother and child.

College Station sees increased water demand

When the temperatures rise, people tend to use more water and it's a habit College Station city officials say they're concerned about.

Planned Parenthoods closing immediately as Abortion Bill takes effect

With the signing on the abortion bill by Governor Rick Perry on Thursday, Planned Parenthood began closing its doors in Texas towns.

1 arrested for aggravated assault, fail to stop, render aid

Thursday, around 1:20 p.m.,, Waco detectives arrested 24-year-old Justin Toyin Onalaja at his home for two counts of Aggravated Assault Deadly Weapon Bodily Injury and two counts of Fail to Stop and Render Aid.

Man creates fake Facebook profile and post nude photos of woman

Police say a man created a fake Facebook profile and posted nude photos of a woman who refused to go out with him.

MISD plans to buy 161 new security cameras with bond money

Midway ISD is making their first big purchase with their bond money that was approved back in May.

Free ride program continues for Waco ISD students

Waco ISD and Waco Transit have reached an agreement to continue the "Students Ride Free Program" on Waco Transit for the upcoming school year, 2013-2014.

Air Force will discharge sexual assault offenders

Airmen who commit sexual assaults will be discharged, and senior commanders must review actions taken on sexual assault cases under new Air Force initiatives that took effect recently.