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  • Director of trauma at local hospital killed in accident

    Director of trauma at local hospital killed in accident

    Friday, September 4 2015 6:55 PM EDT2015-09-04 22:55:03 GMT
    The Assistant Director of Trauma at Scott & White Hospital has been killed in a Colorado accident.More >>
    The Assistant Director of Trauma at Scott & White Hospital has been killed in a Colorado accident.More >>
  • MCLENNAN COUNTY

    45 arrested in local undercover prostitution and trafficking sting

    45 arrested in local undercover prostitution and trafficking sting

    The McLennan County Sheriff's Office says an undercover investigation has led to 45 arrests of people related to some form of prostitution and human trafficking.More >>
    The McLennan County Sheriff's Office says an undercover investigation has led to 45 arrests of people related to some form of prostitution and human trafficking.More >>
  • Man killed in early morning crash in Nolanville identified, four others hurt

    Man killed in early morning crash in Nolanville identified, four others hurt

    Friday, September 4 2015 5:30 PM EDT2015-09-04 21:30:09 GMT
    Two cars hit head-on on US 190 early Friday morning.More >>
    Two cars hit head-on on US 190 early Friday morning.More >>
  • Father And Son Arrested For Theft Of Equipment

    Father And Son Arrested For Theft Of Equipment

    Saturday, September 5 2015 12:05 AM EDT2015-09-05 04:05:08 GMT
    A Caldwell father and son face felony theft charges after suspected stolen equipment turns up at their residences.  Cash Heath, 25,  and his father, Ricky Lee Heath, 58, were arrested after the disappearance of two flatbed trailers and a Bobcat excavator from ATS Irrigation in Washington County. Sergeant Mark Whidden of the Washington County Sheriff's Office said on August 24th, the company reported the stolen property and days later investigators found a trailer an...More >>
    A Caldwell father and son face felony theft charges after suspected stolen equipment turns up at their residences.  Cash Heath, 25,  and his father, Ricky Lee Heath, 58, were arrested after the disappearance of two flatbed trailers and a Bobcat excavator from ATS Irrigation in Washington County. Sergeant Mark Whidden of the Washington County Sheriff's Office said on August 24th, the company reported the stolen property and days later investigators found a trailer an...More >>
  • Woman starts Backing the Blue movement for fallen officers

    Woman starts Backing the Blue movement for fallen officers

    Tuesday, September 1 2015 7:45 PM EDT2015-09-01 23:45:54 GMT
    In light of recent police deaths around the country, a volunteer firefighter from Rogers is making it her mission to make sure the lives of law enforcement are respected.More >>
    In light of recent police deaths around the country, a volunteer firefighter from Rogers is making it her mission to make sure the lives of law enforcement are respected.More >>
  • Driver ejected from truck after head on wreck

    Driver ejected from truck after head on wreck

    Friday, September 4 2015 5:47 PM EDT2015-09-04 21:47:37 GMT
    Two people are recovering after a head on, three vehicle wreck in Harker Heights on Friday.More >>
    Two people are recovering after a head on, three vehicle wreck in Harker Heights on Friday.More >>
  • Waco teen admits to nine robberies, could get life in prison

    Waco teen admits to nine robberies, could get life in prison

    Thursday, September 3 2015 9:54 AM EDT2015-09-03 13:54:54 GMT
    A teen who was 16 years old when he committed nine aggravated robberies pleaded guilty to those crimes Wednesday and could get life in prison.Malik Boone will be sentenced as an adult October 15 for the series of holdups that happened over a two month period in Killeen in 2014.Boone originally planned to plead to seven counts of engaging in organized crime and two counts of robbery, but that changed when he got to court in Bell County.  He could get 5 to 99 years or life in prison...More >>
    A teen who was 16 years old when he committed nine aggravated robberies pleaded guilty to those crimes Wednesday and could get life in prison.Malik Boone will be sentenced as an adult October 15 for the series of holdups that happened over a two month period in Killeen in 2014.Boone originally planned to plead to seven counts of engaging in organized crime and two counts of robbery, but that changed when he got to court in Bell County.  He could get 5 to 99 years or life in prison...More >>
  • Waco mother accused accused of shoplifting, tossing baby

    Waco mother accused accused of shoplifting, tossing baby

    Tuesday, September 1 2015 11:58 PM EDT2015-09-02 03:58:53 GMT
    A Waco mother is accused of shoplifting and then tossing her six month old baby to a friend as she ran from the store.More >>
    A Waco mother is accused of shoplifting and then tossing her six month old baby to a friend as she ran from the store.More >>
  • State of Texas being sued by 600 school districts

    State of Texas being sued by 600 school districts

    Tuesday, September 1 2015 5:47 PM EDT2015-09-01 21:47:46 GMT
    There's a showdown going on in Austin over how public schools are financed in Texas.Attorneys for more than 600 school districts faced off with lawyers representing the State of Texas at the state supreme court.Included in that list of districts are Waco, Belton, La Vega, Robinson and Lorena.This comes after a lower court ruled the state's school finance system unconstitutional because there isn't enough money.both sides presented opening arguments today.Superintendent o...More >>
    There's a showdown going on in Austin over how public schools are financed in Texas.Attorneys for more than 600 school districts faced off with lawyers representing the State of Texas at the state supreme court.Included in that list of districts are Waco, Belton, La Vega, Robinson and Lorena.This comes after a lower court ruled the state's school finance system unconstitutional because there isn't enough money.both sides presented opening arguments today.Superintendent o...More >>
  • Man holds woman against will in motel, arrested

    Man holds woman against will in motel, arrested

    Wednesday, September 2 2015 10:35 AM EDT2015-09-02 14:35:29 GMT
    A man is in jail in Copperas Cove on a number of charges after his wife called police saying he threatened her with a knife.Jim Bob Wilkin was picked up Monday at the Cactus Motel on east Business 190.Police say the woman said Wilkin kept her against her will in the room Sunday and into Monday morning.  On Monday she was able to escape and call for help.Police say there was a good deal of damage done to the motel room as well.More >>
    A man is in jail in Copperas Cove on a number of charges after his wife called police saying he threatened her with a knife.Jim Bob Wilkin was picked up Monday at the Cactus Motel on east Business 190.Police say the woman said Wilkin kept her against her will in the room Sunday and into Monday morning.  On Monday she was able to escape and call for help.Police say there was a good deal of damage done to the motel room as well.More >>
  • Boil notice for Waco VA hospital after bacteria found

    Boil notice for Waco VA hospital after bacteria found

    Friday, September 4 2015 11:56 PM EDT2015-09-05 03:56:51 GMT
    The entire Doris Miller Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center is under a boil water notice after a routine test discovered a possibly dangerous bacteria in the water supply. Test results revealed Friday, September 4 showed positive results for Coliforms. which are a broad class of bacteria usually found in the feces of humans and other warm-blooded animals. The presence of coliform bacteria in drinking water may indicate a possible presence of harmful, disea...More >>
    The entire Doris Miller Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center is under a boil water notice after a routine test discovered a possibly dangerous bacteria in the water supply. Test results revealed Friday, September 4 showed positive results for Coliforms. which are a broad class of bacteria usually found in the feces of humans and other warm-blooded animals. The presence of coliform bacteria in drinking water may indicate a possible presence of harmful, disea...More >>
  • Local police sergeant shares thoughts on "blue lives matter" movement

    Local police sergeant shares thoughts on "blue lives matter" movement

    Friday, September 4 2015 4:19 PM EDT2015-09-04 20:19:14 GMT
    Sgt. Patrick Swanton of the Waco Police Department made a statement based on his thoughts of the recent #BlueLivesMatter and #BackTheBlue movements.More >>
    Sgt. Patrick Swanton of the Waco Police Department made a statement based on his thoughts of the recent #BlueLivesMatter and #BackTheBlue movements.More >>
  • Family of stabbing victim said his death could have been prevented

    Family of stabbing victim said his death could have been prevented

    Saturday, August 29 2015 7:20 PM EDT2015-08-29 23:20:54 GMT
    The family of 62-year-old Ronald Ruiz said if his trucking company would have taken action sooner, their father would still be aliveMore >>
    The family of 62-year-old Ronald Ruiz said if his trucking company would have taken action sooner, their father would still be aliveMore >>
  • HEWITT

    Local school district evaluates effectiveness of iPads in classroom

    Local school district evaluates effectiveness of iPads in classroom

    Thursday, September 3 2015 10:16 PM EDT2015-09-04 02:16:26 GMT
    More than a year after making a $4.1 million investment in iPads, Midway ISD is evaluating their effectiveness in the classroom. Midway ISD used a research-based survey tool called Brightbytes to receive feedback from teachers, administrators, students and parents about the impact of the implementation of the devices.The research results show students have strong foundational skills, basic navigation or processing skills and multimedia skills. However, there could be improvement on cri...More >>
    More than a year after making a $4.1 million investment in iPads, Midway ISD is evaluating their effectiveness in the classroom. Midway ISD used a research-based survey tool called Brightbytes to receive feedback from teachers, administrators, students and parents about the impact of the implementation of the devices.The research results show students have strong foundational skills, basic navigation or processing skills and multimedia skills. However, there could be improvement on cri...More >>
  • HEB water, Johnsonville sausage recalled

    HEB water, Johnsonville sausage recalled

    Thursday, September 3 2015 9:55 AM EDT2015-09-03 13:55:45 GMT
    Recalls were announced Wednesday on two grocery items distributed in Texas.HEB issued a voluntary recall on one gallon jugs of Hill Country Fare Spring Water with a Best Buy Date of Dec.19, 2015.  They could contain a possible milk allergan that could cause an allergic reaction by people with a sensitivity to milk.The issue was discovered September 1 during quality assurance product reviews.  There have been no complaints or reports of illness.The recall is specific only to s...More >>
    Recalls were announced Wednesday on two grocery items distributed in Texas.HEB issued a voluntary recall on one gallon jugs of Hill Country Fare Spring Water with a Best Buy Date of Dec.19, 2015.  They could contain a possible milk allergan that could cause an allergic reaction by people with a sensitivity to milk.The issue was discovered September 1 during quality assurance product reviews.  There have been no complaints or reports of illness.The recall is specific only to s...More >>
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