Waco

Missing Waco man found safely in south Texas

A missing Waco man has been located safely in the south Texas area, according to Waco Police Department.

Testimony in Waco capital murder trial begins today

Testimony in the capital murder trial of a Waco man began today after screening more than 200 potential jurors since February 24.

Man arrested for threatening neighbor with gun for trying to retrieve ball

A Waco man was arrested Sunday night after an argument with a neighbor and a nearly three hour standoff with police. Niels Edward Olsen, Jr., 60, is being held on $10,000 bond for an aggravated assault charge.

Sexually oriented businesses could face ordinance changes in Waco

Tuesday night, Waco City Council will have a first reading on proposed changes to the city's ordinance regulating sexually oriented businesses.

'S.T.R.E.A.M. Day' encourages early career exploration

Children start dreaming of what they will be when they grow up at an early age, and Education Service Center (ESC) Region 12 provided a day of hands-on exploration for Pre-K through second grade students.

Spring Onto Summer Food Drive to be held this weekend

In order to help deal with the serious problem of child hunger in McLennan County which worsens in the summer when many children are home from school and cannot receive free, nutritional meals provided in schools, a special spring food drive is

City of Waco conducting Downtown Transportation Study

The public was invited to two Waco Downtown Transportation Study Open House meetings held yesterday at the City’s Multi-Purpose Facility at Paul Quinn Campus.

Waco man held without bond for pipe bomb

A Waco man is being held on federal charges without bond after police say they found a pipe bomb at his South Waco home earlier this week.

MCC's Certified Medical Assistant program earns accreditation

The Certified Medical Assistant program at McLennan Community College has earned accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) after an extensive two-year self-study process, an on-site visit by

Baylor School of Education and Midway ISD announce two new Professional Development Schools

Baylor University School of Education announced the establishment of two new Professional Development Schools (PDS) in partnership with Midway ISD at Midway Middle School and Spring Valley Elementary, beginning fall 2014.