Waco PD reports rise in snake sightings due to change in weather

With summer here, snakes are officially on the move, looking for cooler places to get some shade. Unfortunately, those hideouts could include your home.

Norovirus outbreak causes Waco VA facility to postpone 4th of July plans

The traditional barbecue and Independence Day plans scheduled at the Waco VA facility have been postponed due to a norovirus outbreak.

Two women arrested after causing a car wreck while driving intoxicated

Police have arrested two women after a crash that sent 5 people to the hospital on Tuesday.

Animal shelter may receive a $2 million dollar upgrade

The Waco Humane society may see a $2 million upgrade in the near future.

Metal thieves strike local business

Waco detectives need help in searching for two men who were caught on camera stealing metal from a local business. The is not the first time the thieves have visited the business.

Brazos River bridges completed

Construction of the historic Brazos River Bridges in Waco has been completed.

Baylor mourns passing of distinguished alumnus and philanthropist Ted Getterman

The Baylor University family is grieving the loss of Ted Getterman of Waco, who passed away July 1, 2014, at the age of 89.

Miss Texas celebrates first night at Eisemann Center in Richardson

Dallas, TX: The 79th Miss Texas Scholarship Pageant(www.misstexas.org) celebrated the first night of competition at the Eisemann Center in Richardson, TX.

Downtown streets, portion of Riverwalk to close for Fourth on the Brazos Celebration

Waco, Texas (July 2, 2014) – Several downtown streets, along with a portion of the Riverwalk, will be temporarily closed in preparation for the annual Fourth on the Brazos celebration and Fireworks display. Closures will take place on Thursday, Ju

New food trucks brings business to downtown Waco

The food truck industry is serving up a frenzy in downtown Waco with the emergence of new trucks.