Waco

MCC agrees with Tech to make transferring easier

Last week, MCC signed an agreement with Baylor to make the transfer process between the two much easier for Baylor-bound students. And now, MCC has partnered up with Texas Tech as well.

Waco convicted arsonist pleads guilty to injury to a child

A Waco man, who a jury found guilty of arson and sentenced to 65 years in prison,  has pleaded guilty to giving his 8-month-old son vodka.

Waco, Beverly Hills PD looking for restaurant robber

Both Beverly Hills and Waco Police are asking for help in identifying a man in some surveillance video. Check it out.

Trial date set for former Collin Street Bakery comptroller

A trial date has been set for the former comptroller of a well-known Central Texas fruitcake company, after he was indicted last week by a federal grand jury on charges that he embezzled millions of dollars from the business over the

Waco PD warns drivers of hazardous flooding

According to the Waco Police Department, a Flash Flood Watch is in effect for all of Central Texas until Saturday morning. Some areas could see four or more inches of rain over the next day and a half.

New voting requirements set in Texas

A new law has been passed for Texas voters, which requires you to present a photo ID when voting.

BBB warns consumers of deceptive Change-My-Address.com site

People who need to update their address often find it convenient to do so online rather than going to the local post office for a change of address form.

Baylor University sets record high enrollment numbers

Baylor University has enrolled the most diverse student body in the University’s 168-year history and set another overall enrollment record, according to official 12th-day enrollment statistics compiled by the Office of Institutional Rese

Robinson family of six now without home after fire

A family of six is now without a home after an early-morning fire destroyed their house at 896 Saffle Road in Robinson. Smoke detectors alerted the parents shortly before 2 a.m.

Baylor to offer residents of West free football tix

Baylor University is offering residents of West a free ticket to the Bear's October 5th game versus West Virginia. 3,000 seats, the rough population of West, have been reserved by the university.