AMCHS blood drive banner presented to Bryan FD

A&M Consolidated High School recently held their annual Blood Drive. The drive was run by the Red Cross Blood Center and sponsored by AMCHS Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA).

Temple PD asking for help in Monday night shooting

Temple Police are asking for help in identifying those responsible for the shooting of a man late Monday night. Police were called to the Wildwood Apartments on West Adams Road just after 9 p.m. Monday.

Man who fled cops on trial for murder

A North Carolina man is now on trial after pleading not guilty to killing two of his passengers after a police chase in Killeen in April of 2012.

Temple man arrested for indecency with a child

A Temple man is now facing charges of indecency with a child after he touched a juvenile on multiple occasions.

Pentagon: Awarding Purple Hearts to Ft. Hood victims could hurt trial

The Pentagon is fighting a push to award the Purple Heart to victims of the 2009 massacre at Fort Hood, Texas, fearing it could hurt the case against the Army officer charged with turning on his comrades.

School districts anxious about second round of STAAR testing

Midway ISD officials are anxious about Tuesday being the start of another round of STAAR testing for students.

Waco Parks & Rec opens new hike and bike trail

Waco Parks and Recreation officials celebrated the opening of the newly completed Cotton Belt Trail in McLennan County on Tuesday.

Third rabies case confirmed in McLennan Co. in about a week

A rabid skunk was captured last week in a resident's yard in the 400 block of Shadow Mountain Drive in Woodway. On Monday, it was confirmed that the animal has rabies.  

AR Atty. General asks Exxon to retain records

On Tuesday, Attorney General Dustin McDaniel requested that Exxon Mobil Corporation preserve and maintain all documents and all other information related to Friday’s extensive oil spill and ongoing cleanup efforts in Mayflower.

2 inmates escape Hopkins Co. Jail, 9 schools on lockdown

According to the Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office, two inmates, one being held on a capital murder charge, escaped the Hopkins County jail Tuesday morning around 9:20 a.m.