Waco

Crews prepare for Traditions Rally at McLane Stadium

Crews have started assembling the stage for the Baylor Traditions Rally, the debut of McLane stadium. Officials expect anywhere from 25,000 to 30,000 people to attend tomorrow's free concert.

Jury scam targeting McLennan County and Falls County residents

McLennan County and Falls County residents should be aware of a new scam targeting those who live in the area.

ClubCorp debuts McLane Stadium luxury suites

There are only three days left until the first Baylor football game and on August 26, the Baylor Club revealed their luxury suites to members during a soft opening.

Waco woman sentenced to 5 years probation for abandoning child

A Waco woman was sentenced to five years deferred adjudication probation after previously pleading guilty to abandoning a child and forgery.

Salvation Army has Baylor football game parking passes available

The Salvation Army is gearing up for Baylor football season. Benefiting all programs and service, The Salvation Army is selling season and game day parking passes!  

Baylor University tries to accomodate students with high number of tickets dispersed

Tickets were up for grabs Sunday afternoon at 5 p.m. to Baylor students for the opening game against SMU. Those tickets were all gone in less than an hour, and some students and their parents are upset over not receiving tickets.

VA Mental Health Summits aim to improve partnerships to address veterans’ needs

The Central Texas Veterans Health Care System invites its community partners to attend one of the Mental Health Summits set for September 3 at the Olin E.

Silver Alert issued for Cen-Tex man

Authorities have issued a Silver Alert for a missing Central Texas man.

Autopsy report states man involved in Saturday shooting died from self-inflicted gun shot wound

On Saturday afternoon McLennan County deputies found themselves in an officer-involved shooting near Highway 6, near Business Highway 77.

Midway ISD ready for back-to-school with new technology

School is officially back in session for Central Texas children. And, one school district kept teachers busy over the summer, training on the latest technology to share with students in the classroom.