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Waco church prepares to take supplies to children being housed in Laredo

A church in Waco is preparing to take donations down to Laredo on Thursday to help children who have crossed the border.

Registration open for school assistance through Salvation Army

As the new school year approaches, millions of children nationwide will find themselves lacking school supplies for their next school year.

Waco bowling alley closes after decades of business

A Waco bowling alley has shut its doors after more than five decades in the community.

McLennan Community College adds new degree in kinesiology

Individuals interested in a career in athletics have a new option for getting their degree at McLennan Community College.

Waco man receives 45 years in prison for 2012 murder

A Waco man has been sentenced to 45 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to murder, an enhanced charge, Monday afternoon. Julius Carter Lozano, 31, was arrested in Irving on July 23, 2012 on murder charges.

Man arrested for sexually assaulting teenage girl at knifepoint

A Central Texas man remains in jail on a $25,000 bond following his arrest Wednesday on allegations he sexually assaulted a teenage girl. Jacob Elmond Oliver, 20, is charged with sexual assault with force and threats.

Man attempts to steal vehicle hours after being released from jail

A man who stole a vehicle in Tarrant County drove to Waco in search for another car to steal.

Woman indicted for stealing more than $100,000 from a local church

A former church employee was indicted on Wednesday for stealing more than 100,000 from the Lakewood Christian church in Waco. Jonell Eason was indicted for theft more than $100,000 but less than $200,000.

Savor company looking to hire 300 people for McLane Stadium

Looking to make some extra cash this summer? Savor, the catering company for Baylor athletic facilities, will be hosting a job fair on Saturday, July 26. The fair will run from 9:00 a.m.

Parents plead guilty to charges in connection to family drug trafficking ring case

Two more family members have pleaded guilty in connection to an alleged two state drug trafficking ring.