Waco

Salvation Army celebrates National Donut Day

The Salvation Army is celebrating National Do-nut Day today, Friday June 6, from 7 a.m. to 8 a.m.

Texas Educators Association extends deadline for educators to complete the TELL Texas survey to June 6

The TEA has extended the deadline for educators to complete the TELL Texas survey to June 6.

Animal control still looking for dog after vicious attack

Animal Control officers are looking for a dog after a viscous dog attack in Waco on Wednesday.

Waco PD looks for person of interest in counterfeit money case

Waco police are asking for the public's help in identifying a person of interest in a counterfeit money case.

Police catch man breaking into a Waco home

A man is behind bars after police caught him red-handed, breaking-into a home.  

FBI launches national campaign to address laser threat to aircrafts

The FBI yesterday announced a national campaign to deter people from pointing lasers at aircraft, a federal violation that presents danger to pilots, passengers, and those on the ground.

Woman arrested for stealing thousands from Waco Walmart

Police have arrested a woman they say is responsible for stealing thousands of dollars worth of merchandise from the Waco Walmart store.

Baylor wide receiver Robbie Rhodes will not face drug charges

Baylor wide receiver Robbie Rhodes will not face possession of marijuana and tampering with evidence after being arrested early May.

Waco Regional Airport receives $2.5 million grant for upgrades

The Waco airport will be receiving upgrades this year.

Chair of Baylor’s Department of Psychology, Neuroscience named APA's Executive Director for Education

Chair of Baylor’s Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Is Named the American Psychological Association’s New Executive Director for Education