14 graduate from Killeen Police Academy

The Killeen Police Department added 14 new officers today in a ceremony Tuesday afternoon. The graduation ceremony was well attended by the community as every seat was taken and dozens more stood in the back.

2nd arrested in Temple murder case, ID of victim released

2nd UPDATE The identity of Friday’s murder victim has been released, and Temple Police have arrested another in connection to the crime. The victim was Michael Carl Davis, 43.

Cause of Nolanville house fire ruled Arson

A family of three is now homeless after an arson fire next door spread to their own house. The Bell County Fire Marshal's Office investigated the aftermath Tuesday morning.

Transparency Committee Launches Impeachment Probe of UT Regent

Today, the House Select Committee on Transparency in State Agency Operations held its preliminary meeting for the investigation of the contemplated impeachment of Wallace Hall, a current member of the Board of Regents at the University of Texas

Waco man on trial for arson, giving alcohol to baby

A trial is underway in the 54th District Court for a Waco man accused of arson and giving alcohol to an infant. The trial for William Charles Webb, 29, began after jury selection on Monday.

Bosque County inmate's death last month ruled a suicide

An autopsy report conducted by the Tarrant County Medical Examiner's Office shows a Bosque County inmate, found dead in her cell in early May, died as a result of suicide.

VA hosts HIV testing day on Thursday

National HIV Testing Day is June 27, 2013. Central Texas Veterans Health Care System encourages everyone to get tested for HIV. The only way to know if you have HIV is to get tested. Many people with HIV don’t have any symptoms.

Free dog, cat adoptions available this week in Waco

The Humane Society of Central Texas (HSCT) and the City of Waco Animal Services will celebrate “Meow Luau” with free cat adoptions and the “Dog Days of Summer” with free dog adoptions the week of June 24 to 29.

Photo ID now required to vote in TX elections

Pursuant to a U.S. Supreme Court ruling issued today, new voting requirements passed by the Texas Legislature in 2011 will take effect immediately. Photo identification will now be required when voting in elections in Texas.

TX teenager dead after being impaled by bull statue

A Texas teenager was killed over the weekend after a game of hide and seek went terribly wrong.