Waco

Multi-agency operation ‘La Flama Blanca’ leads to arrest of more than 20 local Aryan Brotherhood members

In the Waco area today, federal and state authorities arrested 21 Aryan Brotherhood (AB) members and associates, including ranking AB members 54–year-old Wayne Huisinger of Belton, TX, and 39–year-old Robert Eaton of Kempner, Texas,

Waco receives first natural gas station

Long haul truckers driving down I-35 near Waco now have a cleaner alternative to purchasing gas, as the first natural gas station has made its way to Waco.

Baylor rises to number 71 in Latest U.S. News rankings

In the latest rankings released Tuesday by U.S. News & World Report, Baylor University moved up to No. 71 among National Universities, achieving the University’s best rating since U.S.

Waco PD looks for wallet thief

Waco police are looking for a man they say stole a wallet inside a convenience store last month.

BBB offers steps for students to protect their identity

Information sharing has become second-nature to many college students who have grown up in an era of social media, smartphones and widely available internet access.

Waco VA Mental Health Summit aims to improve partnerships to address veterans’ needs

The Central Texas Veterans Health Care System invites its community partners to attend the Mental Health Summits set for September 10 at the Waco VA Medical Center.

Young Professionals Summit to be held in Waco on September 18

The Waco Young Professionals, in partnership with the Belton and Greater Killeen Young Professionals, will host the Second Annual Central Texas Young Professionals Summit & Leadership Conference on September 18 at the Waco Convention Center

Boating season wrapping up, officials still cautious about zebra mussels

Another heavy boating season is wrapping up on Lake Waco. And, officials are pleased to have once again kept zebra mussels out of the water.

Waco PD enforces speed limit along I35

Waco police have been out in higher numbers lately, enforcing the speed limit along I35. And, they plan to continue the crack down until drivers learn to follow the rules of the road.

Waco police look for surveillance camera thief

Waco police detectives are looking for a man who they say stole surveillance video equipment from outside of a local business.