WACO - April marks Stress Awareness Month and with paying taxes comes lots of stress.
Author and psychologist Cooper Lawrence discussed some of the common factors that cause stress, as well as some reasons you may have never thought about.
WACO - Midway senior guard Makenzie Robertson signed with the Lady Bears on Wednesday.
She will be playing for Coach Kim Mulkey, who happens to be her mother.
Robertson said she was recruited by Rice and SMU among other schools, but ultimately
A Baylor professor was named one of the 20 most brilliant Christian professors in the nation.
Engineering professor Robert Marks made the list put out by collegecrunch.org for his research on intelligent design.
Girls basketball coach Azure Love-Davis died Monday at the age of 31.
She is survived by her husband and two children, one in kindergarten and one in eighth grade.
Love-Davis coached for eight years, the last two seasons as head coach at Waco H
WACO - State official named Baylor among the top cancer research giants at a presentation Monday.
The Waco Tribune reports Baylor received a $200,000 check to continue cancer research.
The award was given by the Cancer Prevention and Research I
WACO - A new law concerning lead paint has many property owners concerned.
The EPA law requires contractors and rental property owners to receive special training to become certified for dealing with their paint.
The mandate only applies t
WACO - 70-year-old Billy Joe Shaver was found not guilty for an aggravated assault charge that happened in 2007.
The jury ruled Shaver shot Billy Coker in self-defense.
Shaver now faces a $7,500 bond for unlawfully carrying a pistol.
One of the major ringleaders of the Central Texas drug cartel was sentenced to 30 years in prison Thursday.
30-year-old Jose Padron pleaded guilty to distributing methamphetamines and money laundering.
Padron was responsible for distributing ov