Baylor Study: Facebook groups improve grades, critical thinking

A new Baylor study shows students involved in Facebook learning groups generally score higher grades and have better critical thinking.

University High school students run on-campus credit union

It's a Central Texas first, according to Waco University High School officials. Thanks to a $40,000 grant from Educate Texas, the high school opened an Educator's Credit Union on campus.

'Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day' to be held this Saturday

"Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day" takes place this coming Saturday, May 3, for Waco, Hewitt, Lorena, Lacy Lakeview, and Woodway residents.

Waco panhandler arrested after threatening to kill 2 women

A man was arrested for threatening to kill two woman who were walking into a Waco convenience store over the weekend.  

Waco ISD principal resigns amidst STAAR testing investigation

A Waco ISD principal has resigned after reportedly violating STAAR Testing protocol on April 3.

Waco cab driver robbed this morning

A Yellow Cab driver was robbed early Monday morning after dropping off a passenger at a Waco hotel.

Temple man arrested in connection to last week's fatal shooting

A man wanted in connection to a homicide that occurred in Temple last Thursday night has been arrested. John Nichols surrendered himself to authorities at the Bell County Jail, police said on Friday.

Drug take-back happens this Saturday

Local law enforcement agencies are participating in the DEA's Drug Take Back Program starting today and continuing throughout the weekend.

Ink for Awareness takes place this Sunday in Waco

Infamous Ink in Waco will host their second annual "Ink For Awareness" event this Sunday.  

Waco Pd works to ID Kohl's thieves

Waco Police Department is looking for two men they say are responsible for stealing items from a local department store.