Third person in slew of bank robberies sentenced to prison

WACO -- The last of three people linked to a string of bank robberies in Missouri and Central Texas has been sentenced to prison. Jeffrey Brent Heckman was sentenced to 65 years in prison in U.S. District Court in Waco.

Sex offender frauding Killeen area as meat salesman

The Killeen Police Department is investigating numerous theft and fraud cases that have involved 31-year-old Johnathan Roger Barton. He has been involved with approximately 24 incidents in the Killeen area within the last two years.

McLennan County offering diabetes self-management class

The Texas AgriLife Extension Service in McLennan County and the Waco-McLennan County Public Health District have partnered to provide a Do Well Be Well With Diabetes self-management class series.

Florida man arrested in Bryan for capital murder

BRYAN -- A Bryan neighborhood is in shock tonight after learning that a man who lived right around the corner has been arrested on a capital murder charge for allegedly killing his 2-month-old daughter back in December.

Hiking tuition costs have officials warning to prepare now

WACO -- More and more people are getting their degree's and even their master's. But as enrollment increases so does tuition.

Spontaneous combustion fire, thousands of hay bails burned

TEMPLE -- Wednesday night, a local farmer watched three months of work go up in flames, and Thursday the burning continues. Around seven a fire broke out in north Temple on Brewster drive.

FDA warns of fake Adderall sold over internet

WACO -- They hype of attention stimulants, like Adderall, and the shortage seen around the country have opened the door to a new illegal market.

Jurors deadlocked on five counts against John Edwards

Lawyers for former two-time Democratic presidential hopeful John Edwards asked for a mistrial in his federal corruption case after jurors announced they had reached a verdict on only one of six counts against him.

New York City seeks to ban big sodas from restaurants, food carts

New York City is set to ban the sale of large-size sodas and other sugary beverages in an effort to combat rising obesity rates, city officials said Thursday.