Waco woman receives 10 years probation for hitting mom with SUV, killing her

A Waco woman received ten years felony deferred adjudication probation today after pleading guilty in January to manslaughter in connection to a June 2012 accident that left her mother dead.

Fort Hood soldier pleads guilty to stolen explosive charges

A Fort Hood soldier, who is accused of trying to sell stolen explosives, pleaded guilty to one count of possession of stolen explosives in federal court on Thursday.

Waco man arrested during Friday morning drug raid

A Waco man is in jail on a federal hold following an early morning drug bust.

McLennan board of trustees names new vice president

The McLennan Community College Board of Trustees has named Phil Rhodes, Ph.D., as the new vice president of research, effectiveness and information technology. He will start at the college on May 6.

2 indicted for beating death of Chalk Bluff man in January

Two men have been indicted on capital murder charges in connection to the deadly beating and robbery of a 75-year old Chalk Bluff resident.

On Time Staffing looking to fill 200 positions in Waco

Today begins the recruitment of 200 new jobs first announced in last year for On Time Staffing in Waco, Texas.

Waco city leaders scale down some restrictions in revising 'sexually oriented business ordinance'

After hearing from local business owners, Waco city leaders have revised their proposed changes to the city's sexually oriented business ordinance.

Meet Kai Cameron Park Zoo’s new lion

Waco, Texas – Cameron Park Zoo’s new male lion, Kai, will make his official debut this Saturday April 5 during Wild Cat Conservation Day.

Baylor University and McLane Children’s Scott & White partner to open Center for Developmental Disabilities

Baylor University and McLane Children’s Scott & White will host an open house ceremony and tour to launch the Baylor University Center for Developmental Disabilities (BCDD) from 2 to 3 p.m., Tuesday, April 1, at Hillcrest MacArthur Ce

BU study: Early strength training can decrease heart health risks among children

Early strengthening activities can lead to a decrease in cardiometabolic health risks in children and adolescents, according to results of a new study by a Baylor University professor and a team of researchers.