Alex Fulton, KWTX News 10

Alex Fulton

KWTX News 10

Waco, TX, United States

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Recent articles by Alex:

Youth and Young Adult Suicide Awareness Week starts Sunday in Killeen

The organizer said she started this because the holidays and New Year can be tough on a lot of teens. → Read More

Viral Gatesville rancher uses TikTok for agriculture education

Cody Archie's content centers on topics like what is a Dorper sheep and how much it costs to raise the beef. → Read More

Viral Gatesville rancher uses TikTok for agriculture education

Cody Archie's content centers on topics like what is a Dorper sheep and how much it costs to raise the beef. → Read More

‘People they don’t think’: Killeen mother shares message for drivers after her daughter was hit and killed

Tatiana Mathis was on her way to a convenience store when a driver hit and killed her as she was trying to cross Elms Road on foot. → Read More

After tornado destroyed original building, Salado church opens new facility for Christmas

The doors officially opened on Friday with a Christmas service at the new church. → Read More

‘They can be their own boss’: Killeen holiday bazaar inspires children to reach for the sky

The holiday bazaar was meant to uplift and inspire children in attendance. → Read More

Volunteers lay hundreds of wreaths for veterans in Killeen for Wreaths Across America Day

The Heart of Texas Bass Anglers Club put on the Killeen event in honor of the national “Wreaths Across America Day.” → Read More

Man dies from self-inflicted gunshot wound; woman critically wounded, Temple police say

The Temple Police Department is investigating an early morning shooting where two have been injured. → Read More

‘The best thing that’s ever happened to us’: Baylor Singing Seniors provides creative outlet for elderly

From pupils to pros the Baylor Singing Seniors unites members all under one roof. → Read More

New holiday market in Waco features all minority-owned businesses

Cha Community hosted Waco’s first holiday market for business owners who are Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC). → Read More

Central Texas Christmas tree farm forced to close cutting lot due to drought

Most of the farm's trees only reached 4 to 5-feet tall due to the drought. → Read More

Killeen Police Department event aims to fill openings amid nationwide recruiting crisis

At the open house guests could step inside police vehicles, look at drones used by the department and see K-9 units. → Read More

‘Sunday Night Lights’ raises money for families of victims, honors law enforcement in McGregor shooting

Organizers raised over $50,000 for the victims' families. → Read More

Harker Heights homeowner demands action after two vehicles crash into his property in the past 18 months

Dwight Anders said he's spent around $30,000 in repair costs to fix his fence twice. → Read More

‘It’s just that image you face everyday’: Waco breast cancer survivor describes battle with body image

Waco resident Heather Field remembers feeling insecure about her body during her battle with breast cancer. → Read More

Temple High School alumna named contestant on new season of ‘Love is Blind’

While at Temple High School, Nancy Rodriguez spent many years on the football field as the high school mascot. → Read More

Massive blaze torches more than 70 vehicles at Robinson Family Farm parking lot

The fire was posted at 1:15 p.m. Oct. 15 on the Robinson Family Farm Facebook page. → Read More

Massive blaze torches more than 70 vehicles at Robinson Family Farm parking lot

The fire was posted at 1:15 p.m. Oct. 15 on the Robinson Family Farm Facebook page. → Read More

‘He didn’t deserve that’: Family mourns loss of teen murdered in Killeen

Davarian Lawrence, 14, was shot and killed in Killeen on Sunday, becoming the city's 16th murder victim this year. → Read More

‘Definitely been scary’: Central Texas man joins one percent of U.S. men battling breast cancer

In June, Moody resident Jason Williamson was diagnosed with breast cancer. → Read More