WACO - A 72-year-old cat lover will not have her house demolished.
Last October authorities called Kathryn Pace's home a public nuisance, due to strong odors from stray cats that Pace had taken into her home.
A recent trial gave Waco the right
WACO - A DPS spokeswoman says a 31-year-old man was killed Saturday evening after his car rolled on Farm-to-Market Road 933.
Jose Arturo Munoz over-corrected and and was ejected from the vehicle.
Authorities say Munoz was not wearing a seat bel
DALLAS - Investigators believe they found the cause of a number of small earthquakes happening near the Dallas Fort-Worth airport.
Researchers from Southern Methodist University and the University of Texas say a saltwater injection operation could
WACO - State officials say relieving traffic on I-35 is a top priority.
The Texas Department of Transportation officials held a meeting in Waco to discuss the situation with local officials.
Some ideas included extending state Highway 130 and b
WACO - Defeated U.S. House hopeful Chuck Wilson says he will support his former opponent Bill Flores in a run off.
Flores is facing Republican Rob Curnock for the seat.
Wilson says Flores shares a common rural experience with local residents.
WACO - A Waco ISD teacher is suspended for allegedly slapping a student on Tuesday.
It happened at Meadowbrook Elementary School.
Officials say the child became unruly and spit on the teacher, after which she hit him several times in the face.
Caritas of Waco is hosting their 43rd annual 'Feast of Caring' event tonight at McLennan Community College.
The 'feast' is an evening that features a simple meal of bread and soup to help attendees empathize with the struggles of those who have se