29, Aug 2014 - Mclennan, TX Waco official wants inmates to replace 2 workers
WACO — A Central Texas county commissioner is looking at replacing two employees who do landscaping with prison inmates, but the proposed 2015 budget calls for adding new positions and restoring a 5 p
29, Aug 2014 - Mclennan, TX Texas official wants inmates to replace 2 workers
WACO, Texas (AP) - At least one Central Texas county commissioner is looking at replacing two employees who do landscaping with prison inmates. But McLennan County's proposed 2015 budget calls for adding new positions and restoring a 5 percent pay cut that elected officials took last year.
02, Apr 2014 - Orange, TX Orange is the new black for Texas lawyer: wears prison jumpsuit for Lent
(KWTX) WACO A Mission Waco Lawyer is taking the phrase “orange is the new black,” to brand new heights. If you’ve seen 34-year-old Kent McKeever walking around Waco, you might agree that his fashion sense is turning heads. For Lent …
02, Apr 2014 - Man, wife, his son charged in Texas drug ring
WACO, Texas (AP) — A Central Texas man, his wife and his 26-year-old son have been charged in a drug and money laundering case linked to California. Prosecutors say 58-year-old Phillip Larry Koss, 60-year-old Le'Ann Koss and Conner Phillip Koss, all from Waco, face a court appearance next week. A federal grand jury in Waco on Tuesday indicted the trio on charges of conspiracy to possess with ...
01, Apr 2014 - Hood, TX Fort Hood soldier who had explosives gets prison
WACO, Texas (AP) - A Fort Hood soldier caught with explosive materials and metal pipes in his home has been sentenced to more than two years in prison. A federal judge in Waco sentenced Spec. Jason Alan Garthwaite Sr. of Copperas Cove. Garthwaite in January pleaded guilty to possession of an unregistered destructive device. Copperas Cove police last September raided Garthwaite's ...
25, Jan 2012 - Waco, TX Fraud trial of failed financier R. Allen Stanford gets under way in Houston
The fraud trial of the flamboyant Texas billionaire who once pledged millions for Memphis charities opened Monday in Houston.
25, Jan 2012 - Waco, TX Man and Wife Make Initial Appearance to Answer Counterfeit Charges - KWTX
WACO (January 24, 2012)—A Central Texas husband and wife appeared in federal magistrate’s court Monday for an initial appearance on counterfeiting charges. Richard and Veronica Steen were ordered to return to magistrate’s court on Thursday to face ...