Waco man held without bond for pipe bomb

A Waco man is being held on federal charges without bond after police say they found a pipe bomb at his South Waco home earlier this week.

MCC's Certified Medical Assistant program earns accreditation

The Certified Medical Assistant program at McLennan Community College has earned accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) after an extensive two-year self-study process, an on-site visit by

Scott and White Hospital gives last patient update

Baylor Scott and White Hospital has transferred the last two shooting victims who are still seeking treatment to the brooke army medical center in San Antonio.  

Houston man extradited to Bell County for grocery store murder

A 20-year-old Houston man, who is charged with murder in connection to a shooting and robbery at a Temple grocery store last week, has now been booked into the Bell County Jail.

Baylor School of Education and Midway ISD announce two new Professional Development Schools

Baylor University School of Education announced the establishment of two new Professional Development Schools (PDS) in partnership with Midway ISD at Midway Middle School and Spring Valley Elementary, beginning fall 2014.

Rabid skunk found in Hewitt

A rabid skunk was found and euthanized in Hewitt earlier this week.

Felony arrest

On 04-07-2014 at around 1130 hours, the Copperas Cove Police Department became aware of an incident involving the Online Solicitation of a Minor. The suspect was identified as 20 year old Copperas Cove resident Jamie Matthew Mulford.

Texas man sentenced to 2 years in prison for slitting puppy's throat

Angelina County, TX (KETK) -- An East Texas man has been sentenced to two years in prison for admitting to slitting the throat of his ex-girlfriends puppy. On Saturday, December 31, 2011, Jeremy Spencer AKA "Tramp", 33, of Zavalla, was arrested fo

Comcast grilled in Senate over merger plans

Comcast says its pending merger with Time Warner Cable will benefit consumers, but some senators aren't so sure. Executives from the two companies appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday to make their case for the deal, but the

BofA to pay customers $727 million over credit card practices

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has ordered Bank of America to pay $727 million to customers who were duped by the bank's illegal credit card marketing and billing practices.