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Fort Hood, Texas A&M Forest Service sign aid agreement

A new agreement signed here, Feb. 4, formalized a long-standing relationship between the post's fire department and the Texas A&M Forest Service.

Killeen PD sees rise in reported scams

Killeen Police has seen an increase in the amount of reported scams and now they’re advising the public to be aware. Some of the scams include lottery scams, online phishing scams and the grandparent scam.

Super Bowl outage blamed on electrical relay device

The cause of Sunday's power outage at the Super Bowl in New Orleans has been traced to an electrical relay device, Entergy New Orleans Inc. announced Friday.

Waco police working to identify person responsible for selling stolen batteries for scrap

Waco police are looking to identify the person responsible for selling stolen batteries for scrap.

Motorcyclist killed in Waco, speed may be a factor

A Waco man was killed Thursday afternoon when his motorcycle crashed into the driver of a pickup truck.

Local authorities crack multi-county theft ring

Thefts happen all the time but when authorities from six different counties: Brazos, Madison, Robertson, Montgomery, Grimes and Waller all began to see an increase in ATVs and trailers missing they realized it wasn't a coincidence.

Verdict reached in Brazos Co. captial murder trial

After just three days of trial a verdict has been reached in the capital murder case of Stanley Robertson.

McLennan County students compete in Annual Junior Livestock Show

On Thursday, hundreds of Central Texas kids from around McLennan County showed off their pigs in Waco, as a part of the Annual Junior Livestock Show and Youth Fair.

MISSING: TX woman not seen for several days after walking off alone in NOLA

A Houston woman has been missing for several days after she went off alone in New Orleans. We’re told she has a medical condition and is in need of medication.

Scott & White opens new EMS center

A near fifty-year old building in Temple has received a half-million dollar makeover and is now serving as Scott and White’s new EMS center. The building was built in 1964 was originally home to the Temple Fire Department.