'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

Waco Police Department offers free active shooter response class

The Waco Police Department is teaming up with a local church to offer courses on how to respond if found in an active shooter situation.

Man arrested for convenience store shooting last Saturday

Waco police have arrested a man they say is responsible for a shooting last Saturday afternoon that sent one man to the hospital.

"Go Green" event celebrates Waco Health District going smoke-free

Starting today, May 1, the Waco-McLennan County Public Health District will begin implementation of a new tobacco and nicotine free policy for the Health District, Parks and Recreation, and the Municipal Court campus, located at 225 and 201 W.

2 arrests made in connection to Waco Easter shooting

Waco police have arrested a pair of cousins in connection to a local club shooting on Easter that sent one person to the hospital.

Man sentenced to death for 2012 Waco murder of his wife

A McLennan County jury has to sentenced a Port Arthur man to the death penalty for the 2012 murder of his wife.

Baylor Study: Facebook groups improve grades, critical thinking

A new Baylor study shows students involved in Facebook learning groups generally score higher grades and have better critical thinking.

University High school students run on-campus credit union

It's a Central Texas first, according to Waco University High School officials. Thanks to a $40,000 grant from Educate Texas, the high school opened an Educator's Credit Union on campus.