WACO - The Waco Mammoth site continues to draw record crowds.
The archaeological marvel dig site has recently experienced an explosion of visitors due to spring break.
Since it's opening just a few months ago, the site has drawn over 8,000 visi
WACO — Kip Averitt's State Senate seat could be filled by a survivor of the September 11 attacks on the Pentagon.
Retired Lieutenant Colonel Brian Bromwell said yesterday he's running in the May special election.
WASHINGTON – Slowly but steadily, support is building behind President Barack Obama's health care legislation in the House, the result of intense lobbying and politically targeted changes aimed at reassuring waverers and winning over critics.
The woman suspected of stealing from the Saint Jerome Catholic Church has been indicted.
38-year-old Patricia Poehls will stand trial on a theft of more than $120 thousand dollars from the house of worship.
Prosecutors say the alleged theft sta
Waco businessmen are making a push to maintain Lions Park, the 1950's era amusement park, which needs major repairs.
Those working on the project hope to have the park fixed up by Memorial Day weekend.
The park celebrated its 50th year of opera
WACO - Police say a man robbed a Baylor student at gunpoint.
The Waco Tribune reports the assailant first asked the victim for a ride at a South 8th Street Coffee Shop.
The attacker ended up making the student take money out of his bank account
WACO - A 72-year-old cat lover will not have her house demolished.
Last October authorities called Kathryn Pace's home a public nuisance, due to strong odors from stray cats that Pace had taken into her home.
A recent trial gave Waco the right