Waco

A new twist on tailgating soon to take over the Brazos

Football and tailgating, an American tradition that goes hand-in-hand but when a new stadium is located just off of the Brazos River, a new tradition is bound to take off full speed ahead.

Man charged with DWI after wrecking into 2 Waco churches

Two churches are picking up the pieces and one man is behind bars following a weekend crash in North Waco.

Man rescued from Cameron Park cliff

Waco Police, Fire & Rescue were searching for a man who was reported to have fallen from a cliff in Cameron Park on Friday afternoon.

Waco man arrested for sexually assaulting child

A Waco man is in jail on $50,000 bond following his arrest Thursday on an aggravated sexual assault of a child charge.

Waco PD looks for Walmart thieves

Waco police are looking for a man and woman who are accused of stealing from Walmart in two separate cases.

Tickets still remaining for two Baylor football games

Baylor football tickets went flying out the box office yesterday while putting up impressive sales numbers. The ticket office, located in the Ferrell Center sold over 8,200 tickets online, over the phone and in person.

Waco man indicted on capital murder for killing 2 cousins in May

A Waco man was indicted Wednesday on capital murder in connection to the shooting deaths of two men in May of this year.

Two city officials placed on administrative leave following internal investigation

The city hall for Valley Mills closed their doors on Monday after the city secretary, Christi Turner, and the municipal judge, Madolyn Johnson, were placed on administrative leave.

Rapoport Academy receives $100,000 grant

A local charter school received a $100,000 grant for ongoing renovations to one of their campuses.

Texas housing inventory increases for first time in 3 years

The Texas housing market is doing well, with home prices continuing to increase from high demand, according to the Texas Association of Realtors.