Waco

Environmentalists provide ways to protect yourself against West Nile Virus

So far this year, there have been no reported cases of West Nile Virus. Local environmentalists hope to keep it that way.

Group of Waco children dazzled by Texas A&M Chemistry Road Show

The Texas A&M Chemistry Road Show made a stop at the Waco-McLennan County Library to teach children about colorful chemical reactions, experiments and what its like to be a scientist.

Two men indicted in connection to possible gang rape initiation

Two men have been indicted on aggravated sexual assault of a child charges in connection to the rapes of at least two girls.

Suspect arrested in connection with stabbing death outside of Gospel Café

An arrest has been made in connection with the stabbing outside of Gospel Café that led to the death of a 19-year-old.

McLennan County Public Health District offering free HIV Testing

This Friday is Nation HIV Testing Day and the McLennan County Public Health District is offering free rapid HIV tests.

Fireworks stands now open for July 4th sales

Fireworks are now on sale for the Independence Day holiday.

MCC enrollment decrease will not effect tuition cost

The McLennan Community College is preparing for an anticipated 3 percent decrease in enrollment next year.

Strong winds cause tree to snap in half smashing mans car

Around 6:45 p.m, police responded to a report of a man trapped inside his vehicle in the 1700 block of Harrison Ave.

Waco woman arrested for stabbing another woman with steak knife

A Waco woman is still in jail, following her arrest on Monday, after police say she stabbed another woman with a steak knife.

City of Waco to collect brush, downed limbs

Due to the recent winds and damaging storm activity in the region, Solid Waste Services has received an unusually high volume of call-ins for brush and downed limb collections.