TEMPLE, Texas — Happy Hump Day, Central Texas! Here are the 6 things you should know before you start your day.
Although allergies arestill wreaking havoc on some of us, cooler temperatures and partly cloudy skies will make for a good weather day! Meteorologist Meagan Massey has more on why allergies are in full swing.
A reported multi-vehicle crash on Interstate-35 early Wednesday morning ended with the driver of a semi-trailer hospitalized, and traffic backed up as police and fire rescues worked to reopen the flow of traffic. Here's what we know so far.
Officials said a credit card skimmer was found on a pump at a Waco gas station on Tuesday. Now, the Waco Police Department has reason to believe Russian and Cuban mafias are behind it.
Now that a total of six Temple house fires have occurred since Nov. 30, 2018, the fire marshal's office believes the trend is suspicious, but no arson cases have resulted. Here are tips for homeowners to reduce the risk of house fires.
The Temple Police Department is still searching for 28-year-old Jenna Scott and 32-year-old Michael Swearingin, who went missing on Friday. A GoFundMe page set up by one of the missing person's family has now raised over $12,000 to fund search efforts. WATCH Scott's father give details to KCEN Channel 6 about his daughter's disappearance.
Texas & Beyond
After President Donald Trump addressed the nation for the first time from the Oval Office, Democrats were given a chance to respond. Now, local politicians are releasing statements on Trump's speech. Here's what some of them have to say.
As always, thank you for keeping in the know. We will be back again Thursday morning with your top headlines.