WACO — The Baylor Alumni Association will not be apart of December graduation ceremonies at the school.
Traditionally at graduation, the alumni association presents awards to notable alumni and give a speech to students asking them to remain
WACO — Sentencing was handed out to eight of the 12 people who admitted to operating an expansive drug trafficking industry.
The operation reportedly brought in 25 million dollars worth of cocaine each month to Waco for nine years.
WACO — Downtown living in Waco is about to get cheaper.
The soon to open historic lofts at Waco High will offer lower income housing in a historic location.
Developers say rent will range from 204 to 600 dollars a month and the units will
WASHINGTON - The sudden spasm of intense debate over abortion on Capitol Hill this week threatens not only to stall the passage of health care legislation, but also to shatter the delicate cease-fire that has governed the abortion issue during the Ob
WACO — Two officers were injured by Jose Lopez, a man trying to renew his license at the DMV.
The officers tried to arrest him after a warrant check showed the man was wanted on a robbery charge.
One sergeant with the DMV did require medi
KILLEEN — Fort Hood officials are amping up security at the post.
Since the shooting on Thursday, the post has closed off to the public and security for the memorial yesterday was even tighter with the president attending.