WACO - A Septic tanker driver is in the hospital after his truck blew a tire and rolled several times.
The man's name was not released, but authorities say he is lucky he was ejected from the vehicle before it rolled.
Officials say the man sust
WACO - A mother of six is the victim of a chain saw killing.
Her body was found in the street of Lewisville and investigators point the finger at her husband.
A local neighbor says he woke up Tuesday morning to the sound of a chainsaw.
WACO - The Pecan Grove Funeral Home is still posted for foreclosure despite efforts to negotiate the 1.8 million dollar lawsuit.
The Fifth Third Bank of Ohio sued the home, claiming loan payments were late and sometimes non-existent.
WACO - Former Waco mayor David Sibley, backed by big-name endorsements, has raised a sizeable campaign war-chest 10 days before election day.
Sibley is running in a 4-way special election to fill retired State Senator Kip Averitt's seat.
WACO - Caterpillar announced a positive first quarter earnings.
The heavy equipment manufacturer said its net income was more than $200 million.
The company is expected to employ more than 350 area workers by fall 2010.
Part of the G.L. Wiley Middle School caught fire Sunday evening.
The blaze was quickly extinguished, but not before the building suffered smoke damage.
Investigators suspect the fire was caused by tampering with copper wires in the building.
The 45-year-old man known as "Caveman" was sentenced to 90 years in prison for the shooting death of Bobby Evans.
James Ramirez will serve 30 years behind bars before he is eligible for parole.
Ramirez' partner-in-crime, Jerry Newland, faces li
WACO—Waco High and Brazos Middle School are two of the eleven schools in the state receiving a hefty $500,000 grant.
The money is part of the re-design and restructuring grant aimed at improving student performances.
The funding was only
WACO — The new jail on Highway 6 has still yet to be filled.
The Tribune Reports the New Jersey based detention company that will manage the facility has not yet worked an agreement with Texas agencies to house inmates.
The battle over a National Day of Prayer continues in Washington.
Congressman Louie Gohmert, who represents parts of East Texas, held a news conference in response to a federal judges ruling last week, that a national day of prayer is unconstituti