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Tenth Lawsuit Filed Over West Fertilizer Plant Explosion
A tenth lawsuit was filed Wednesday in a state district court naming West Fertilizer Company and its owner in connection with the April 17 fire and explosion that left 15 dead, more than 200 injured and scores of homes destroyed.
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Waco police have found the female suspect accused of stealing credit cards from Central Texas hospitals.
Thu May 23, 2013
Ed Graf Jr. had his hearing today to decide if they want to retry him on charges of murder or capital murder based on other evidence.
Waco Officers Cleared by Grand Jury
Waco Police Officers Hans Fitting and Darrell Patterson were "No Billed" during their McLennan County Grand Jury meeting.
George P. Bush Looks to Make Mark on Texas
Texas is Bush Country and now a new generation of the political family looks to make his mark on the state.
Wed May 22, 2013
Man Sought After Local Officers Injured In Chase Surrenders
A man wanted in connection with a high-speed chase Sunday during which two Mart police officers were injured turned himself in to McLennan County Sheriff Parnell McNamara Wednesday at around noon Wednesday.
Manhunt for Suspect Who Assaulted Deputy
The McLennan County Sheriff's Office was leading a manhunt late Tuesday night for a man who assaulted a deputy who was trying to serve a warrant.
Mart suspect involved in high speed chase turns himself in to authorities
Police say a suspect involved in a high speed chase Sunday night is now in custody.
Mental health exam ordered for ex-paramedic
A judge in has ordered that a mental health evaluation be done for a former West, Texas, aramedic who's accused of possessing bomb-making material.
Mon May 20, 2013
Search On For Suspect Who Left Two Police Officers Injured
Two Mart police officers were taken to a Waco hospital Sunday evening for treatment of injuries they sustained in a car crash that happened while they were involved in a high speed chase with a suspect.
Sun May 19, 2013
Status Of West Blast, "Undetermined"
People waiting for answers about the cause of the April 17 explosion at West Fertilizer Company will be waiting longer as the investigation continues.
Fri May 17, 2013
DA to retry Central Texas man in deadly '86 fire
Prosecutors plan to retry a Central Texas man whose 25-year-old conviction for setting a fire that killed his two young stepsons was set aside due to issues raised later with the science used to find him guilty.
Thursday Night Bar Fight Lands Man In Jail
West police arrested a man at a local bar Thursday night after other patrons there reported he pulled a gun on them and later started shooting.
Early Morning Stand Off Ends In Man's Arrest
A McGregor man was arrested early Friday morning after he held police and sheriff's deputies at bay for a short time.
One Killed, Three Injured In Thursday Afternoon Interstate Crash
A Houston woman died and another woman and her children were injured in a Thursday afternoon crash on Interstate 45 near Fairfield.
Opinionator: Targeting Texas
While the Republican Party struggles to resolve fratricidal conflict over gay marriage and immigration reform, there is another elephant in the room: Texas, the last big-state bastion of the right.
Thu May 16, 2013
Officials To Release Info On Investigation
With the joint investigation into the blast at West Fertilizer Company apparently winding down, officials have called a press conference for this afternoon to discuss their findings.
Wed May 15, 2013
Lawyers in Texas Explosion Strategize After Insurance News
The focus of lawsuits stemming from the April 17 explosion at the West, Texas, fertilizer plant may change, after news that Adair Grain Inc., doing business as West Fertilizer Co., holds only a $1 million liability insurance policy.
Texas paramedic pleads not guilty to pipe bomb charge
A Texas paramedic who responded to a fertilizer plant explosion last month pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to possessing pipe bomb components, his lawyer said, after agreeing to postpone his detention hearing.
Hostage Standoff Ends Peacefully; One Man In Custody
McLennan County deputies convinced a man who had barricaded himself inside a Hallsburg home with a woman held hostage to surrender after about a two-hour standoff.