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Tuesday, September 30, 2014 - 6:44pm

Waco

Tips for frying that Thanksgiving bird

Frying a turkey takes less time than baking it, and those that do fry their bird swear that it’s juicier and tastier than traditional ones. But local fire departments are preaching safety this Thanksgiving.

Autopsy confirms homicide in Hewitt John Doe case

The autopsy results have come back for the skeletal remains of two people found earlier this year in Hewitt, and they confirm what police believed all along. The bodies of John Doe #1 and John Doe #2 were found in September.

Nitrogen cannisters explode at SpaceX facility

Residents in McGregor were alarmed Tuesday night after two nitrogen tanks at SpaceX's testing facility exploded. Concerned 911 calls came around 10:30 Tuesday night.

TxDOT urges patience, planning this holiday weekend

This week millions of Central Texans will be travelling to visit family for Thanksgiving, but TxDOT wants to urge drivers to take it easy.

Waco PD looking for woman involved in near-fatal stabbing

The Waco Police Department is looking for a woman who stabbed a man trying to break up a bar fight Saturday night in Waco. A 39-year-old Hispanic male was trying to break up a fight at AD’s Tejano Bar on 423 S. 18th Street.

Retired Dallas PD officer recalls his shift on 11/22/63

Friday marks the 50th anniversary of JFK’s assassination. It’s an event in American history that has captivated the minds of people young and old. One Temple resident was a Dallas Police officer on duty the day it all went down

Dale Fisseler to replace Larry Groth as Waco City Manager

The last day for longtime Waco City Manager Larry Groth will be March 1, but luckily for the city they know who will be city manager March 2.

Waco City Council creates Baylor Waco Stadium Authority

On Tuesday night the Waco City Council successfully voted to create an authority to oversee non-Baylor events at the school's new football stadium currently being built.

General James D. Thurman to retire after 38 years

III Corps and Fort Hood will host a formal military retirement ceremony for Gen. James D. Thurman 1 p.m. Nov. 22 on Sadowski Field here. Thurman will retire with 38 years of military service.

McLennan Co. prosecutor reassigned after firing gun at courthouse

The McLennan County prosecutor who accidentally discharged coworker's handgun at the county courthouse earlier this month has been reassigned within the department.