Quality Care of Waco opens new wing for West residents

A local nursing home has just opened a new wing of their facility, specifically designated for West residents that have temporarily relocated because of the fertilizer plant explosion in April.

TX Farm Bureau donates to city of West

The Texas Farm Bureau has donated more than $173,000 to the city of West to help cover the cost of a new ambulance and park, which will honor the first responders who died in the April fertilizer explosion.  

Government defends use of evidence in Hasan case

In the case of U.S. vs. Maj. Nidal M. Hasan, Military Judge (Col.) Tara Osborn required government lawyers to explain the relevance of using of a photo of Sgt. Hasan K.

Waco woman arrested after hitting dad with car

A Waco woman was arrested Tuesday night for reportedly trying to run down her 83-year-old father.   Melissa Burch, 47, is charged with injury to an elderly individual for the incident.  

8 Texans arrested in Louisiana prostitution sting

A recent prostitution sting in Baton Rouge has netted 18 arrests. The arrests were performed by the Louisiana State Police, Baton Rouge City Police and East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office.

Waco PD investigating aggravated assault

On Thursday at 5:00 p.m., two victims came to the Police Department to report they had been shot at in their car around 15 minutes prior to arriving to the station.

BREAKING: Ariel Castro pleads guilty to 937 counts, avoids death penalty

Three young kidnapping victims could be spared another ordeal because there may be no trial. Castro is accused of holding three women against their will for about a decade.

Bush on shaving head: 'It was the right thing to do'

The decision to shave off his hair in solidarity with a young leukemia patient was simply "the right thing to do," former President George H.W. Bush said in an interview with his granddaughter Friday. "Little Patrick had leukemia.

Scientists give mice false memories

Imagine you're a mouse, and you're freaking out right now because a researcher is putting you into a chamber.

New $444 million hockey arena is still a go in Detroit

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Detroit's financial crisis hasn't derailed the city's plans to spend more than $400 million in Michigan taxpayer funds on a new hockey arena for the Red Wings. Advocates of the arena say it's the kind of economic development