Convicted sex offender receives life sentence plus 139 years in prison

A Waco man convicted of sexual assault last week received a life sentence along with another 139 years in prison.

McLennan DA wants 3rd party investigators

It's been a week since a Waco Police officer shot a young man after arriving to a potentially violent domestic disturbance call.

Funeral service set for Baylor student who collapsed at Bearathon

Funeral services have been set for the Baylor University senior who collapsed near the finish line of the Annual Bearathon on Saturday morning.

New 'Safe Place' signs going up in Waco

New signs went up on Waco's Fire Station No. 1 on Saturday, to remind the public that it is a "Safe Place".

Early Monday morning fire severely damages Lacy Lakeview home

An early morning blaze severely damaged a home in Lacy Lakeview Monday morning.

Waco PD replacing defective radars in patrol units

Waco Police Department is in the process of replacing their patrol radars, after it was discovered that some weren’t functioning properly.

Waco man goes on trial for Belton murder

A Waco man stands trial this week for his alleged role in the shooting death of another man during February 2012.

Fort Hood soldier dies in ATV crash

Fort Hood officials released the name of a Soldier who died from injuries suffered from an all-terrain vehicle accident Wednesday, March 13.

Hanging dead animals were for art project, woman says

GREENVILLE, SC (WHNS) -- A decomposing cat and dead squirrels hanging - that is what authorities said they found behind the home of a Greenville woman on Thursday morning.

Thousands turn out at Cowboys Stadium for RIT’s 28th Big Shot photograph

Arlington, Texas – People from across the country and around the world came together at the world’s largest domed stadium Saturday night to help make Rochester Institute of Technology’s 28th Big Shot photograph a success. More than 2,400 volunteer