Waco

Flu numbers increase in Texas

It's the middle of flu season and the virus is on the move as the number of those infected continues to rise.

Waco PD looking for wannabe XBox One thief

The Waco Police Department is asking the public for help in identifying a man who tried to steal two new Xbox One consoles and injured a Wal-Mart security officer in the process.

New BU stadium to be named after Drayton McLane

Baylor University announced today that it would name its new football stadium, McLane Stadium, after one of the most distinguished and generous alumni families in Baylor University history. The name honors Drayton McLane Jr.

Holiday shopping down despite more sales

Shopping was down this holiday season, despite Thanksgiving night doorbusters, Black Friday, and 24-hour sales leading up to Christmas.

Local Christmas tree disposal/recycling dates

Now that the holiday season is almost over, it's time to start taking down Christmas trees. Waco, Temple, Killeen and nearly every other Central Texas town has a free recycling program for residents.

Enduring legacy of generosity to Baylor prompts Regents' action

 Baylor University announced today that it would name its new football stadium, McLane Stadium, after one of the most distinguished and generous alumni families in Baylor University history. The name honors Drayton McLane Jr.

Man killed in one-vehicle accident on Highway 6

A man was killed in a one-vehicle collision near Waco yesterday morning when his car flew off the road and landed in a nearby creek.

Waco Transit offers safe rides for New Year's Eve

Waco Transit is once again providing safe transportation for the New Year's holiday.

Waco woman robbed at gunpoint

Sunday afternoon, at 4:29 p.m., a 34-year-old female employee of the Alon Convenience Store, located at 25th Street and Waco Drive, was attempting to make a store deposit at a local bank when she was robbed.

Pre-trial intervention program proves successful in McLennan County

A new program in McLennan County is keeping non-violent criminals from clogging up the judicial system while also generating money for the county.