Ousted BU coach Art Briles sues regents, school official

Ousted Baylor head coach Art Briles is suing, alleging he was the target of defamatory attacks in the media orchestrated by a public relations firm and carried out by three university regents and a school official.

A local country club might be serving a side of sweat in your next sandwich.

The Texas Department of Public Safety is investigating an accident involving a local sheriff’s deputy that left two women with minor injuries.

A man who was shot by local officers after a confrontation outside of a local trailer park remained in a local hospital Thursday, but is expected to recover, police said.

Central Texas braces for a big chill

Area nonprofits gear up for the cold weather months

Police officer helps family in need after fire destroys possessions

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Coldest Night in 2 Years Ahead!

One-on-one with Baylor Head Coach Matt Rhule

Matt Rhule speaks one-on-one with KWTX News 10's Troy Hein, one day after he was introduced by Baylor University as their head football coach.

Pole downed by wind lands on cab; driver taken to local hospital

“Jeopardy!” contestant from Texas dies before episode airs

Minivan traveling at highway speed crashes into local home

Knife-wielding student shot by campus officer in critical condition

More Hatchimals coming to Central Texas

911 dispatcher guides mom through delivery at home

Bill Murray serenades 94-year-old Waco woman

Rollover accident sends one to local hospital

BU Players tweet support of Rhule, express thanks to Briles

Longtime Cowboys linebacker dies at his Central Texas home

Blogger’s claims about area church are “simply false,” official says

Complex evacuated at A&M after discovery of suspicious package

Gunmen rob armored car used in Texas sting; one dead, 2 arrested

Court overturns local man’s conviction, death sentence

Third Fort Hood soldier dies of wounds suffered in Afghanistan

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