A city permit, not a king’s proclamation, will allow Chip and Joanna Gaines’ castle on Austin Avenue to charge for guided tours.
Mike Copeland is a Waco native who attended Baylor University and joined the Tribune-Herald in 1978. He's been covering local business since 1992.
Waco has a small-town feel and has seen development downtown and along Lake Brazos explode, but some residents and small businesses feel prosperity has eluded them and housing is getting less affordable, according to an Austin-based consulting firm hired to examine the city’s positives and negatives.
Select homeowners in Woodway will receive an increased homestead exemption following a city council vote Monday.
McLennan County will learn what it is like to celebrate July Fourth without fireworks, as County Judge Scott Felton on Tuesday signed an order…
Combine his deep voice, intellect and eye for "what a good fight is," and there was no doubt Lester Gibson was in the room. That was the consensus among the crowd Saturday celebrating the longtime county commissioner and champion of the marginalized. Gibson, 73, died June 17 at his home.
Turning the former Grand Karem Shrine building downtown into a boutique hotel reached another milestone recently, the city of Waco issuing a b…
Sharlene Reyes got her laptop computer back from Waco’s Simply Mac location, but not every customer shares in her good fortune.
McLennan County will spend about $1 million buying two downtown Waco buildings, the deals creating parking space near the courthouse and room …
Ford Motor Co. may have caught lightning in a bottle with its all-electric F-150 Lightning pickup. Bird-Kultgen Ford President Claire Kultgen McDonald promises a giggle-worthy sensation when flooring the accelerator.
Squinting to see traffic signals, not really knowing when they become green, red or yellow, has driven more than one motorist to distraction.