Free diabetes cooking class series comes back to Waco

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in McLennan County and the Waco-McLennan County Public Health District have partnered to provide a Cooking Well With Diabetes class series.

Texas A&M Transportation Institute advises traveling public to utilize information available for 96-mile construction zone betwe

The I-35 corridor is getting an overhaul between Hillsboro and Salado. There is new traveler information available to you.

Former Collin St. Bakery Comptroller's wife indicted on embezzlement charges

A federal grand jury has indicted the former Collin Street Bakery Comptroller and his wife on embezzlement charges.

Former mall employee arrested for stealing from employer

A former Richland Mall jewelry store employee has been arrested and released on bond after being charged with stealing around $30,000 worth of jewelry from his employer.

Waco ISD students assist in filing taxes

If you haven't filed your taxes yet and you are looking for assistance in filing, you may want to stop by University High School's free tax filing services.

Waco Police searching for missing man

Waco Police are attempting to locate 56-year-old Martin Patterson Jr. Mr. Patterson has not been seen since he left a friends house located in the 7600 block of south 3rd about 9:15 p.m. on February 27, 2014.

Record number of WISD students use free ride program

Waco ISD officials boast great participation in the free student ride program offered in partnership with Waco Transit System.

Dog killed, man arrested following Waco house fire

A man was arrested and a dog was killed following an early morning house fire in Waco.  

Midway ISD spokeswoman wins top state communication awards

Each year the Texas School Public Relations Association honors individuals, school districts, education foundations, and others for their outstanding contributions in school communications.

Midway ISD works hard to complete bond projects

It hasn't even been a year yet since Midway ISD was awarded $5.4 million for bond projects, and the district says they've already completed several items and are near completion on many others.