The Turner Behringer development team is seeking city of Waco permission to build 150 homes on land hugging Cameron Park in North Waco.
CORSICANA — They don’t get a lot wilder than this one, but China Spring will take it.
Lake Waco is at its lowest level since 2013, and barring significant rainfall could drop enough to trigger city drought measures in the next few weeks.
McLennan Community College head softball coach Chris Berry knows a thing or two about playing in national championship tournaments.
The remains of 1st Lt. Louis Girard will soon make their way home to his family and be interred in West, nearly 79 years after he was lost in battle during WWII, but not too late for peace of mind.
Baylor University’s board of regents this past week approved changes to Burleson Quadrangle and Founders Mall designed to address the university’s historic ties to racism and the institution of slavery.
Waco Independent School District teachers will see an extra $1,675 in their salaries next year with increases for staff members as well after trustees unanimously approved $3.7 million in pay increases Thursday night.
Baylor University’s board of regents took a break from passing a budget and extending President Linda Livingstone's contract to tour the towering steel structure wedged between Interstate 35 and the Baylor campus that will become the Mark and Paula Hurd Welcome Center.
When John McClain was 12 years old in 1964, he made the Northwest Little League All-Star in Waco. Upon seeing his name on the roster, he practically floated home to tell his parents.
Waco's royal couple, Sir Chip and Lady Joanna, request the pleasure of your company in September, when Magnolia Network will broadcast a chronicle of the renovation of Waco's famous Cottonland Castle.
It may look done, but Washington Avenue won’t fully reopen until workers can finish painting traffic stripes and removing old ones, a process that's taking longer than anyone expected.
As the city of Waco and Waco Police Department on Thursday honored the peace officers from the area who died in the line of duty, some in the crowd kept alive memories of family members who fell more than 80 years ago.
A nearly $9 million bequest from former Waco mayor and philanthropist Malcolm Duncan Sr. may mean a nearly debt-free college education for some future Waco students, through a Duncan Scholars program established by the Waco Foundation.
The city of Waco is considering measures including pay raises, education opportunities and more generous leave policies in an effort to stop new and experienced workers alike from leaving for greener pastures.
Imagination is required for both inventions and puppet shows, so it’s no surprise that it’s the magic ingredient of the puppet-actor hybrid “Leonardo and the Flying Machine.”
Visitors to the Mayborn Museum and the Dr Pepper Museum this summer will get different perspectives on helping others in new touring exhibits revolving around DC Comics superheroes and World War II.
Going into the final Big 12 series of the season, Baylor faces no mystery about what it will take to get into the NCAA tournament. In some respects, this weekend’s series with No. 13 Oklahoma State doesn’t even matter.
Special brackets for the Waco Suspension Bridge costing an additional $87,000 will stabilize the bridge’s cables for the long term, while fitting in the narrow confines of the bridge’s anchor houses, according to parks and recreation officials.
With gas prices eclipsing $4 a gallon and diesel crowding $6, imagine filling up a thirsty police car, gravel truck or road grader almost daily.
A woman fatally shot a man Tuesday morning outside a plasma donation center in the 5300 block of Bosque Boulevard, prompting Waco’s 13th murder investigation of 2022, Waco police said.
The man who tackled the attacker in a church shooting, and later died in the gunfire in California on Sunday, was a Baylor alumnus.
MIDLAND — They often call the elimination bracket “the loser’s bracket.” But McLennan doesn’t really fit that notion, because the Highlanders are the ultimate winners again.
The over-hyped Dallas Cowboys let their fans down on an annual basis. The Texas Rangers have been in rebuilding mode for about five years.
If May is feeling like midsummer in Waco this year, it’s no wonder: The National Weather Service is predicting that all-time highs could fall this week for Tuesday through Friday.
Magnolia will market the Waco area as an ideal place for businesses and those for whom the grind never stops as part of a $1.2 million economic development agreement involving the firm’s new downtown headquarters.
A small Waco neighborhood park has reopened after renovations, and parks officials want to draw more people to the new playground and low-key fishing pond neighbors have enjoyed for years.
LUBBOCK — Baylor likes to call its gold uniforms “Championship Gold.” The Bears made those yellow singlets shine with plenty of championships on Sunday.
Piano lessons sometimes carry more than music between teacher and student. In the case of Baylor University senior piano lecturer Bradley Bolen and gifted 11-year-old Ukrainian pianist Myron Maletskyi, online lessons provided a bridge over which compassion and sympathy could travel in time of war.
Trendwood Apartments, which offers government-subsidized units, made it a step closer to receiving a remodel later this year following recent actions of Waco City Council as well as Waco Housing Authority and Associates.
Connally Independent School District officials will look at creating a new community bond advisory committee this summer charged with looking at Connally Elementary School renovations after the second failure of a bond issue to build a new school.
Election Day is Tuesday for Republican and Democratic party primary runoff elections in Texas, including seven statewide races.
A man died Monday after crashing his car into four parked cars and flipping his car on its side near the 1200 block of Elm Avenue, Waco police said.
A Connally High School freshman has been identified as one of four people killed Saturday night on a rural road near Laguna Park.
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