WACO— Waco Police Department is cracking down on the new cell phone ban in school zones.
The law states drivers using a cell phone in a school zone during school hours will be ticketed.
The law does include a few exceptions: a hands-free
WACO—Michael Corey Clark is wanted on charges of injury to a child after he injured his kids during a car accident he caused in Waco.
Officials say the man was driving too fast in rainy conditions when he lost control of the car on N.
WACO— A five-year-old student died Wednesday, when a cabinet fell on her at school.
Officials say the girl climbed into the cabinet with two or three other students looking for a lizard. The cabinet then fell on top of her.
WACO— Waco ISD has suspended head football coach, Danny Ramsey, for Friday nights game against Waxahachie.
The Waco Tribune reports officials at Waco ISD have not yet said why they chose to suspend the coach.
The Lions are currently 1-4 o
Mclennan County residents will now be able to pay taxes using credit or debit cards.
Officials say starting tomorrow, taxpayers can use visa, mastercard or american express.
A third party vendor will approve payments to save tax payers money.
McLennan County Officials are still trying, and so far unsuccessfully, to get funding to restore the McLennan County Courthouse.
The county has been applying for funds since 2001, but has been turned down every year by the Texas Historical Commis
A Waco Texas Roadhouse restaurant is trying to protect its reputation.
Officials say, the restaurant wrongly accused one of its workers of stealing and misusing a customer's credit card number.
Accusations stemmed from a customer who wrote an
A group of Waco homeowners and developers are frustrated that a construction project will be put off.
The project is supposed to create an overpass at the intersection of Highway 84 and Speeglevill Road, hoping to ease traffic.