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Public meeting to be held to discuss Baylor game day parking

A public meeting will be held Tuesday night, discussing proposals on the parking situation in downtown Waco during football season when the new stadium opens.

New charges filed against Waco murder suspect

Over the weekend, new charges were filed against a man accused of killing two other men during an apartment shooting last week.  

Freddy's Frozen Custard & Steakburgers now open in Waco

Quick-casual restaurant franchise, Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers, opens Monday on the northwest corner of Hewitt Drive and Mars Drive in the Greater Southwest Region of Waco.

Double murder suspect arrested by U.S. Marshal

The man wanted in the Waco apartment double murder on May 13th, has been arrested.

Toddler taken to the hospital after being struck by SUV

Around 11:20 a.m. Waco P.D, Fire and ETMC responded to a report of a small toddler being hit by an SUV. The accident happened at the1600 block and Meridian.

Texas Workforce Commission honors National Small Business Week

This week is National Small Business Week and the Texas Workforce Commission just announced they will provide $1 million dollars in funding to small businesses.

Baylor Baseball is taking on the Little League

Want a way to enjoy the weather this weekend and give back at the same time? On Sunday, May 18th,  the Division 1 Baylor Baseball is taking on the little ones.

Waco PD works to ID possible kidnapping suspect

Waco police are looking to identify a man they say may be responsible for an attempted kidnapping last week.

MCC sees rise in McLennan County inmates pursuing education services, GEDs

Adult education services have been provided to McLennan County inmates for many years. But, over the last three years, there has been a significant rise in county inmates pursuing their GED's.

Peace Officer Memorial Service honors those who have fallen

A procession of officers made their way onto the grass of Indian Spring Park during a Peace Officer Memorial Service. The service was to pay tribute to those who have seen their end of watch.