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House Bill 5 changes high school graduation requirements

Next school year, incoming freshman high schoolers will be offered more choices in courses to take prior to graduation.

Waco Target set to undergo remodeling

The Target Greatland store in Waco is about to undergo a more than $1-million renovation that also includes a name change.  

Waco PD asking for help identifying key thief

Waco police are asking for your help in identifying a woman who they say stole car keys from the counter of the skating rink.

Garage sale to be held this weekend benefitting AVANCE Waco

If you have unwanted items you want to get rid of or you're looking for unique finds, you may want to check out the AVANCE garage sale this weekend.  

Waco Police participating in statewide Warrant Round-Up

Waco Police will be participating in the state-wide Warrant Round-Up. Beginning on Saturday, March 1, 2014, the participating law enforcement agencies will combine forces to actively search for you and others with warrants.

Bears are on a four-game winning streak

Baylor baseball finishes its season-long, six-game home stand this week with games against Incarnate Word and Texas A&M Corpus Christi. The Bears face UIW on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. CT and TAMUCC on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.

Waco Police believe to have identified suspect involved in Cameron Park incidents

A suspect believed to be involved in two separate incidents at Cameron Park has been identified. The incidents happened on January 28 and 29th this year.

Waco woman arrested for theft, assaulting officer

Waco police arrested a woman Friday afternoon after she reportedly attacked an officer who was trying to arrest her for stealing.

Five arrested in two separate traffic stops for possession of drugs, firearms

Two separate traffic stops lead to the discovery of drugs and convicted felons in possession of firearms. This weekend, Traffic Unit Officers made several arrest from traffic stops.

Waco's City Manager retiring after 34 years of service

Waco City Manager Larry D. Groth, P.E. is retiring, after more than three decades serving the city. Groth has served as the city manager for 34 years, and his last day will be March 1.