Five arrested in two separate traffic stops for possession of drugs, firearms

Two separate traffic stops lead to the discovery of drugs and convicted felons in possession of firearms. This weekend, Traffic Unit Officers made several arrest from traffic stops.

Waco's City Manager retiring after 34 years of service

Waco City Manager Larry D. Groth, P.E. is retiring, after more than three decades serving the city. Groth has served as the city manager for 34 years, and his last day will be March 1.

State Representative, Doc Anderson, recognizes Waco P.D. Blue Santa program

State Representative, Doc Anderson, recognizes Waco Police Department for their Blue Santa Program.

Hawaiian Falls Waco looks to fill hundreds of seasonal positions

This weekend, Hawaiian Falls Water park in Waco is holding a job fair to fill hundreds of seasonal positions.

Trial underway for CenTex convicted felon charged with wife's murder

Jury selection is underway this morning in the capital murder trial of a Waco man who is charged with the 2012 death of his wife.

Inmate charged with attempted capital murder for trying to have judge killed

An inmate at the Jack Harwell Detention Center in Waco has been charged with attempted capital murder for reportedly trying to hire a hitman to kill a district judge.

MCC receives $879,402 grant for local skills training

McLennan Community College's Corporate Training department has received an $879,402 Skills Development Fund grant from the Texas Workforce Commission to train employees and purchase training equipment to use at four local manufacturing comp

Baylor University set to offer online MBA

Baylor University Thursday announced that it will make its renowned MBA program available online beginning this May. Applications for the program are currently being accepted.

Man booked on $250K bond following Thursday night stand-off

A man who was arrested after having a standoff with authorities Thursday evening has been booked into the McLennan County Jail on $250,000 bond.

Judge orders evidence to be preserved at Baylor stadium construction site

A Waco judge has issued a temporary restraining order against Baylor University and the construction companies, Derr and Isbell Construction and Flintco, who are working on Baylor's new stadium.