Briles to stick with Baylor, puts rumors to rest

After weeks and weeks of speculation over Art Briles' status as the head coach of Baylor University, it seems Briles himself cleared up any speculation with a Friday morning tweet.

Waco PD seeking help in identifying counterfeiters

Waco police need help identifying two people who they believe may be responsible for passing counterfeit hundred dollar bills on two separate occasions.  

No major accidents, numerous arrests made for New Year

Between New Year's Eve and New Year's Day, there were fortunately no major traffic accidents due to drunk driving, but that doesn't mean there weren't impaired drivers out on the roadways.

Gas prices decline in New Year

In case you weren't aware, the New Year is expected to bring about changes in the price of gas, houses, milk, and even gas.  

Set manageable goals to maintain New Year's workout resolutions

With the start of a new year, many people have made resolutions to hit the gym and finally get their "rocking body", but that resolution isn't as easy as it sounds.

Waco PD looking for New Year's Day 7-11 robbers

Waco police are still looking for two men responsible for robbing a 7-11 convenience store Wednesd morning.

Barkin' Ball rings in 2014 with fun, money for local animal rescue

Waco’s biggest annual charity event of the year was another huge success Tuesday night after hundreds came out to support Fuzzy Friends Rescue with their annual Barkin' Ball New Years Gala.

KWBT in, KTBC out on 94.5 FM in Waco

Radio listeners in the Waco area may have noticed a change to a certain frequency on their dial. This week, 94.5 - Waco’s only FM talk radio station - changed to a hip-hop format.

High-speed chase ends with man's arrest on felony charges

McLennan County deputies and U.S. Marshals arrested a man who abandoned his car after it crashed Tuesday afternoon during a high-speed chase on Interstate 35 and then tried to escape on foot.

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.