Mexia murderer denied parole again

Twice convicted killer Carlos Don Stultz, the man who murdered Mexia's Kathy Jones in 1969, has again been denied parole by a state board.

A Waco church held an event to help combat human-trafficking Friday night.

The goal of the program is to bridge gaps in the community through one tasty meal at a time.

One man died when his pickup collided with an 18-wheeler on a Central Texas highway, the Department of Public Safety said Thursday.

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