Waco

McLennan County man indicted for aggravated kidnapping

A China Springs man was indicted Wednesday on kidnapping charges and remains in jail in connection to an April 11 incident.

Waco PD moves to new location on Monday

Waco Police Department is putting the final touches onto their new building before officially opening on Monday at 5 a.m.

UPDATE: Man killed in Waco motorcylce wreck identified

The victim in the motorcycle crash that happened early Tuesday morning has been identified.

Motorcyclist killed in early morning wreck in Waco

A man was killed early Tuesday morning when his motorcycle crashed near Logan's Roadhouse, on I-35 in Waco.

Memorial Day celebrated at Waco Memorial Cemetery

While many of you enjoyed a good barbeque, time with family, and perhaps a day off from work, local leaders and veterans don't want us to miss the true meaning of today's Memorial Day holiday.

Proposal could require dogs, cats in Waco to be spayed/neutered, micro-chipped

A new mandate being proposed by the Waco Animal Welfare Advisory Board may soon require all dogs and cats in the city to be micro-chipped and almost all of them spayed or neutered.

Waco ISD School Board adjusts attendance boundaries

In a meeting on Thursday night, Waco ISD trustees adjusted school attendance zones "to alleviate overcrowding at some schools and to better distribute the student population among District facilities".

Annual Waco Memorial Day ceremony moved to Waco Memorial Cemetery this year

For the first time in decades, the Annual Memorial Day Ceremony, held by the McLennan County Veterans Association, will not be held at Rosemound Cemetery.

Baylor lyricist joins with sudents, musicians to issue call for respect

 By blending choruses, empathy and common sense, Baylor University lyricist-poet Terry York and more than 200 elementary school students and adults in choirs have begun an unusual anti-bullying effort.

Local jail switches to powdered milk to save money

In an effort to cut costs from the county's already tight budget, McLennan County officials have decided to start serving inmates powdered milk.