WACO - The Baylor football team lost 20-13 in their final game of the season versus Texas Tech in the new Cowboys stadium.
The Bears started the game ahead 10-0, but could not hold on to the lead.
The Bears ended the season 4-8 and 1-7 in confe
UNDATED - Hundreds of people hit the stores this morning hoping to find those perfect deals.
They went to stores like Best Buy and Walmart and some have lined up for days.
They say lining up early and facing the crowds is just part of what you
WACO - The city of Waco's water utility services has set up a green turkey program to help residents properly dispose of cooking grease over the holidays.
The Waco Tribune reports the program has five oil recycling stations set up around town.
WACO - One park in Waco is getting the green light while other projects are on hold.
City leaders are planning a $2.2 million dollar renovation of the old Charlie McCleary Tennis Center.
The renovation includes an upgrade to the park's ska
WACO - John Engelke is accused of setting his house on fire during a domestic dispute with his wife.
Firefighters responded arrived on the scene after receiving a 911 call at 2:48 p.m.
Officials say they found Sharon Engelke with minor burns in
HEWITT - Governor Rick Perry made a stop in central Texas on Monday.
He spoke to veterans at the Hewitt Veterans Foreign Wars post.
The Governor said the state will fund an initiative to reduce a backlog of thousands of pending veterans benefit
WACO - 21-year-old Ramonell Stephens led police on a chase through three counties and was shot early Monday at Mexia state school.
Stephens was arrested on murder and arson chargers in the case of his father's death and destruction of his house.
WACO - Texas unemployment rate rose slightly in October, but it did add jobs.
A Texas Workforce Commission report released last week says the jobless rate rose a point to 8.3%.
The state added 41,700 hundred jobs for just the second time i