Posted: 7:51 PM Two Mart police officers were being taken Sunday evening to a Waco hospital for treatment of injuries they sustained in a car crash that happened during a high speed case.
Posted: 11:33 AM A Texas man who was trying to help a woman dragged out of a nail salon by her husband was shot in the head, police say.
Updated: 11:19 AM A Texas man was shot repeatedly on the front porch of his home.
Updated: 11:18 AM A memorial service is scheduled Sunday for a Texas middle school cheerleader whose remains were found more than two years after she disappeared.
Updated: 11:17 AM Police were looking for a gunman Sunday after a deadly shooting at a Texas restaurant.
Updated: 11:47 AM One winning ticket was sold for a record Powerball jackpot of more than $590 million.
Posted: 10:54 AM Witnesses to a series of accidents on I-35 say distracted drivers may have caused at least one pileup.
Updated: 10:51 AM A cleaning employee was found dead in a local real estate business building.
Posted: 5:35 PM A 1-year-old left in a locked car in the parking lot of a Texas elementary school died Friday.
Posted: 11:49 AM Police were looking for leads Friday after a local restaurant was robbed at gunpoint late Thursday night.
Posted: 10:30 AM Classes were canceled again Friday in tornado-damaged Cleburne.
Posted: 10:28 AM Two men and a teenager were jailed Friday, charged in a break-in during which a pregnant Texas woman was beaten.
Posted: 10:27 AM An elderly Texas man has survived more than 200 bee stings.
Updated: 11:24 AM Country star Randy Travis is suing to block the release of video of his DWI arrest in 2012 in Texas.
Updated: 9:15 AM A woman was killed and three people, including two children, were injured in a crash on a Central Texas interstate.
Posted: 1:49 PM An investigation was underway Thursday after two bodies were found inside a burning home in rural Central Texas.
Posted: 1:29 PM A Central Texas woman shot and killed her husband in self-defense, a grand jury ruled in declining to hand up an indictment.
Posted: 12:09 PM The “emergency planning and response system worked,” West Mayor Tommy Muska said Thursday in a letter distributed to the media, apparently in response to coverage critical of the state of local preparedness before the deadly April 17 fertilizer plant explosion.