Thousands of bats call Kyle Field home, company hired to relocate them

On any given Saturday during football season, more than 90,000 Aggie fans fill Kyle Field but recently fans of a different species have made their home in the Zone, the Mexican free-tailed bat.

Man tased after leading police on car chase

A man is in police custody today after he led them on a low-speed chase throughout East Waco.

Chaplain to posthumously receive Medal of Honor

A former soldier with the 8th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division will be posthumously awarded the Congressional Medla of Honor next month. Captain Emil Joseph Kapaun served as a chaplain during the Korean War.

Grease fire destroys Hallsburg home

A Hallsburg mobile home went up in flames Monday night and now the resident is wandering what’s next for him. 

Longest serving mayor leaving office in Temple, historic election upcoming

The longest serving mayor of a Central Texas city could soon be replaced by another man hoping to make history. Temple mayor, William Jones III, is resigning after 11 years in office.

Homeless TX vet ticketed for digging through trash

A homeless veteran in Texas was ticketed by police for searching through a garbage can for food. The case has sparked outrage from activists who say it's a waste of resources.

TX students lobby for official state pie

Most states have an official food, an official tree and even an official bird. But some Texas first-graders felt something was missing from that list-- an official state pie! So they went to state leaders to make it happen.

Temple man caught with almost 10 pounds of pot

A Temple man was taken into custody last week for allegedly possessing almost 10 pounds of drugs.

2013 Sweethearts selected

Waco, TX (March 12, 2013) – The 2013 Heart O’ Texas Fair & Rodeo Sweetheart competition was held with 104 young women competing.

Global warming brings on more pollen

With global warming, temperature extremes are becoming a norm -- and that's bad news for allergy sufferers.