Temple city leaders working on $400,000 signage project downtown

Temple City Council recently approved a 400-thousand dollar project to put up new signage downtown.  

Waco ISD hiring teachers for next year

Waco ISD held their first job fair in two years this past weekend at University High School.  

Gut Pak wins food tournament

It took three weeks and five different matchups but the Vitek’s Gut Pak has been unofficially voted the best college dish in the country. The dish is famous to Baylor and the city of Waco.

Belton PD looking for armed robbery suspect

Belton Police have released images of a man they say robbed a convenience store Sunday. The man described as a white or Hispanic male is approximately six-feet tall and of medium build.

Axtell house suffers extensive fire damage

A woman is without a home today after her house went up in flames Sunday night.

Disney star Annette Funicello, dead at 70

Actress, Annette Funicello, long-time Disney and "Beach Party" star, died Monday at age 70 in Bakersfield, California, according to the Annette Funicello Research Fund for Neurological Diseases Inc., and the Official Disney Fan Club.<

7-yr-old boy with brain cancer scores 69-yd TD in Nebraska spring game

The University of Nebraska held its spring game this weekend, giving a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to a boy battling brain cancer.

Louisville head coach, Rick Pitino inducted into basketball HOF

University of Louisville men's basketball coach Rick Pitino, whose club will play for the NCAA Division I men's basketball championship Monday night , has been elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

FCC could ban 'Redskins' from tv, radio

The Federal Communications Commission [FCC] could effectively ban the use of the word "Redskins" by broadcasters, based upon a filing by several former FCC commissioners and other communication law experts, if the team's name isn&