TEXAS — State transportation officials will vote Thursday to approve more than one billion dollars in funds to widen parts of I-35.
Some state officials think the funds should be used for other projects.
According to reports, the funds wi
Today marks the 10 year anniversary of the deadly bonfire collapse at Texas A&M in College Station.
The deadly fire killed 12 and injured 27 when the log pile collapsed.
The bonfire still exists, but now takes place off-campus.
WACO — The Waco City Council is considering a proposal tonight that will limit the height of new front yard fences.
Officials say the plan recommends lowering the height from six feet to four feet.
The goal of the plan is to make the neig
WACO — The Baylor Bears fell hard to the Texas Longhorns this weekend at Floyd Casey Stadium, losing 47 to 14.
The Waco Tribune reports the Bears can still be bowl eligible if they win their final two regular season games.
BEIJING – President Barack Obama pointedly nudged China on Monday to stop censoring Internet access, offering an animated defense of the tool that helped him win the White House and suggesting Beijing need not fear a little criticism.
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.