Waco

Letter Carriers' 'Stamp Out Hunger' Food Drive to be held this Saturday

As part of the 22nd annual “Stamp-Out Hunger” food drive, McLennan County, Texas, letter carriers will be joining forces with the National Association of Letter Carriers on Saturday, May 10, for the largest one-day food drive in the

Cameron Park Zoo holds baby shower

The Cameron Park Zoo is expecting a new addition by the end of this month. Mei the orangutan is pregnant and on Sunday the zoo held a baby shower for the mother-to-be.

Baylor University football player arrested

A member of the Baylor University football team was arrested Friday night on drug charges. Robert Rhodes was arrested around 10 p.m. at South 18th and Clay avenue in Waco.

Waco MPO invites public to attend meetings regarding future transportation

The Waco Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is beginning the process of identifying transportation needs for Metropolitan Waco through the year 2040.

Cainines take over the catwalk

The annual Pooches on Parade Fashion for Paws runway show took place at the Extraco Events Center.

Five steps to ensure you’re hiring the right lawn care company

The Better Business Bureau has received over 7,500 complaints against landscaping and lawn maintenance contractors in the past 12 months.

Honor Flight Austin looking to honor WWII veterans

The Honor Flight Austin is looking to take WWII veterans on an all-expense-paid trip to Washington, D.C..

'Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day' takes place tomorrow

"Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day" takes place tomorrow, Saturday, May 3, for Waco, Hewitt, Lorena, Lacy Lakeview, and Woodway residents.

Free microchip clinic for Waco pets tomorrow at police station

In an effort to assist Waco area residents in bringing pets into compliance with the spay/neuter/microchip ordinance, the City of Waco is offering a free microchip clinic for pets tomorrow, May 3, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.

Baylor receives grant for VISTA Summer Program to assist West recovery

As West, Texas, continues to recover from last year’s devastating fertilizer plant explosion, the city – and dozens of soon-to-be and former high school graduates and other community volunteers from West – will have some of th