Waco

Tomorrow is National Pancake Day

In case you weren't aware, Tuesday, March 4, is IHOP's National Pancake Day.

Icy conditions lead to 75 crashes in Waco

Sunday's ice event proved to be quite cumbersome for Central Texas drivers.

Former sheriff's deputy gun stolen from local gym

Waco Police are asking for the public's help in sharing any suspcious activity you may have witnessed near Gold's Gym, especially after Thursday's gun theft.

Hawaiian Falls job fair takes place Saturday in Waco

Tomorrow, Hawaiian Falls water park in Waco is holding a job fair to fill hundreds of seasonal positions.

Chick-Fil-A says more donations needed for "Soup for Hungry Souls" campaign

Friday is the last day to participate in giving to the fifth annual "Soup for the Hungry Souls" campaign.

Richland mall undergoing multi-million dollar renovation, expected completion in November

Richland Mall, in Waco, is set to undergo a multi-million dollar renovation beginning today.  

Man arrested for fighting mom, resists arrest

A Waco man ended up in jail after he reportedly fought with his mother and officers who came to her aid. Jason Leslie Southerland is charged with injury to the elderly, resisting arrest, and possession of marijuana.

Jury finds sex offender not guilty of sexually assaulting 12-year-old girl

A McLennan County jury has acquitted a registered sex offender of three sexual abuse charges stemming from a 2011 case.

Waco PD investigates series of vandalisms believed to be related

Within the last week, from February 21 to February 24, Waco Police Department says they've worked at least 16 vehicle vandalism cases.

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.