WACO PD: Prescription drug 'take-back'

The Waco Police Department is participating in the DEA Drug Take-Back Initiative that allows for collection of medications that are no longer needed or wanted.

Texas to post names of habitual toll violators online

The State of Texas is trying to recoup more than $27 million in unpaid toll violations by posting the names of their most egregious offenders online.

Three Waco-area hospitals recognized for outstanding leadership in wake of West explosion

In recognition of their outstanding service to the community during theApril 2013fertilizer plant explosion in West and its aftermath,Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center, Hill RegionalHospital and Providence Healthcare Networkwereawarded the Texas

New video from SpaceX shows most impressive Grasshopper test yet

We’ve been covering the testing process of SpaceX’s Grasshopper prototype rocket for the past year. And recently, the private space exploration company released its most impressive testing video yet.

Waco property tax bills mailed

McLennan County mailed more than 115,000 tax bills to property owners this past week. The tax office says the money is due upon receipt of the statement and becomes delinquent in February- so check your mail.

Waco PD asking for help finding credit card thief

Waco Police needs help identifying a man they say used a stolen credit card at a Target store in late September, and he could be responsible for more incidents in the area.

Needed rain cancels groundbreaking, brings lower temps

Temple ISD was supposed to break ground today on its newest elementary today, but the event was canceled due to the rain. The ceremony for the future Scott Elementary School will be rescheduled.

Cyberchondria: Anxiety from online searches about health — Is worse for those who fear the unknown

Turning to the Internet to find out what ails you is common, but for folks who have trouble handling uncertainty, “cyberchondria” – the online counterpart to hypochondria – worsens as they seek answers, according to a Ba

Hybrid cars status symbol of sorts for seniors, Baylor consumer study shows

Paying extra bucks to “go green” in a hybrid car may pay off in self-esteem and image for older drivers, as well as give a healthy boost to the environment, according to a Baylor University study.

Despite rain, major construction along I35 still set to begin Monday

Barring a prolonged downpour, the Interstate 35 closure in Bruceville-Eddy is still scheduled to start Monday night and last each night until Thursday morning this week.