Ex-cop guilty of killing wife

A Kansas jury Tuesday convicted former cop Brett Seacat of first-degree murder for killing his wife, Vashti Seacat, and trying to cover it up by burning down their house.

Belton group continues pushing for MLK street in town

It's been a long road for a committee in Belton, hoping to get one of the city's streets renamed.

Waco animal shelter desperately needs adopters, fosters

The Humane Society of Central Texas in Waco is desperately seeking fosters and adopters, as intake numbers have increased.

Central Texas lawyer guilty of shooting at census worker

A jury has found a Central Texas lawyer guilty of shooting at a census worker in May 2010.

Killeen PD cracking down on obnoxiously-loud music

Summertime can bring various parties and celebrations outdoors, but Killeen is warning residents to keep it civil.

Man charged with murder in connection to weekend shooting

A Central Texas man has been charged with murder after a Saturday shooting claimed the life of a Killeen woman. Killeen Police responded to shots fired at around 11:14 p.m Saturday at 502 Esther Circle.

Gov. Perry adds abortion, juvenile capital felony issues to 'Special Session' call

Gov. Rick Perry today expanded the special session call to include: Legislation relating to the regulation of abortion procedures, providers and facilities.

West ISD opts for cheaper football field after criticism

The West Independent School District is reversing plans to build a new, artificial-turf football field after receiving a critical letter from local U.S. Congressman Bill Flores.

VIDEO: 3 injured in TX house explosion

At least three people were hurt in a house explosion in Texas Tuesday morning. You are looking at what is left of the home in Dobbin. That's about an hour south of Houston

BREAKING: UIL passes amendment limiting full-contact football practice

Limiting full-contact practice during the football season is one more step to becoming reality.