Waco

SpaceX test scares herd of cattle

SpaceX warned McGregor residents last week that louder, longer tests would happen at its testing facility, and today we saw why.

BAA fails to dissolve itself, long-term future unclear

The future is now looking unclear for the Baylor Alumni Association after a vote to strip its own power failed over the weekend.

Salvation Army gives away A/C units

Today, the Salvation Army in Waco gave away more than a dozen air conditioning units and fans to those in need.  

Jet-fueled RC planes invade Waco this weekend

This weekend there will be some pretty cool planes in Waco. Ron Schwarzkopf works at Lockheed Martin.

Free pet microchipping offered Sunday in Waco

The city of Waco is coming together as a community to help ensure pet owners are in compliance with the city's new pet ordinance. This Sunday, the Animal Birth Control Clinic will be offering free microchipping.

Central Texas 9/11 Memorial dedication ceremony set for Saturday

A project more than twelve years in the making is finally being completed.

Police still seeking to identify man who robbed CVS in July

Woodway police have released surveillance video, in hopes of identifying the man responsible for robbing a Woodway CVS store in July.  

Ammonia leak at Lacy-Lakeview fertilizer plant causes small scare

An ammonia leak at a Lacy-Lakeview fertilizer plant had local firefighters and a hazmat crew on alert Wednesday morning.

Two 18-wheeler fires wreak havoc on Interstate 35

Two 18-wheeler fires wreaked havoc on Interstate 35 Wednesday. The first came in the early morning when an 18-wheeler blew out a tire at exit 321 near Lorena. A fire spread to the cargo which was a shipment of cowhide.

Louder, longer tests coming to McGregor SpaceX facility

SpaceX is warning McGregor residents of looming tests that should be louder and longer than usual. Officials with the private space exploration company said the tests could come as early as Wednesday night.