Gas prices decline over holiday weekend

Gas prices are an average of nearly ten cents lower than this same time last month.

Central Texas lake levels are lower than normal

Due to little rain and drought like conditions, lake levels in the Central Texas area are low, but reportedly haven't reached a dangerous level.

Waco chamber launches campaign to increase airport traffic

City leaders say a quick, reasonable way to travel isn't being utilized enough, and they are working to change that.

What to know about 'Fourth on the Brazos'

The Brazos River will play host to the annual "Fourth on the Brazos" celebration on Thursday. Here are things to know before you head out to celebrate Independence Day:

Waco man arrested for August 2012 stabbing

Authorities have arrested a Waco man, who has been on the run for months, after police say he stabbed a man at a traffic light.

Autopsy shows Baylor student died of natural causes at Bearathon

Autopsy results have been released for the Baylor University student who died near the finish line of the school’s annual Bearathon.

McLennan Co. J.P. under investigation for mileage reimbursement discrepencies

A McLennan County Justice of the Peace is under investigation for reported discrepancies with mileage reimbursement forms.

Fireworks ordinance will be heavily enforced July 4th

The City of Waco Fire Department encourages everyone to have a safe Independence Day, free of fires, by enjoying the professional fireworks display at the Fourth on the Brazos celebration at Indian Spring Park.

Two juveniles arrested for throwing rocks and concrete onto the interestate

Two juvenile suspects were arrested for the stone/concrete throwing that occurred on Saturday morning at 1:10 a.m. in the 800 block of Interstate Highway 35.

East Waco library mural now complete

A large mural on the side of an East Waco library is now completed.