WACO - Republican Senator Kip Averitt of Waco has announced he will end his re-election campaign.
The senator cited health problems as his reason behind quitting the race.
“While I will not serve another term, serving my friends and neighbors h
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama will ask Congress for an additional $33 billion to fight unpopular wars in Afghanistan and Iraq on top of a record $708 billion for the Defense Department next year, The Associate
WACO - Ronald Olivarez was taken to the hospital after allegedly being stabbed in the chest Monday by Israel Garcia with whom he had fought at a bar Sunday night.
The Waco Tribune reports police found Olivarez at the Super Plaza Grocery Store Mond
WACO - A military review of the shooting rampage at Fort Hood found Major Nidal Hasan's medical training continued, even with his radical Islamic views.
Sources say it also showed he moved up in ranks, despite inappropriate behavior.
WACO - Waco police will now use a 3-d scanner to take more accurate pictures of crimes scenes that will allow for faster evaluation.
The Waco Police Department is the first law enforcement agency in the state to purchase the machine.
ORANGE, TX — The Salvation Army opens their doors to the less fortunate as a deep freeze settles into the entire state.
This warming center is at the Salvation Army's headquarters in Orange, Texas.
The organization has room for abo
WACO—Waco Police have issued two capital murder warrants for suspects involved in the December shooting of a man at a Waco apartment building.
They say the wanted men are Cameron Harrison and Antoine Mitchell both of waco.
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