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People flooded downtown Waco on Saturday for the Texas Food Truck Showdown, where 35 trucks — eight from Waco — served a larger than expected crowd.

Waco food truck event overwhelms foodies, owners, expectations

Waco’s first food truck event Saturday surprised everyone as much larger than expected crowds swarmed downtown, causing confusion in lines, and resulting in food trucks temporarily shutting down under the pressure.

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Noah J. Jackson, last living member of the People’s Cemetery Association board, at Greenwood Cemetery's fence where black people are buried on the left and white are to the right. City of Waco officials say they will take over maintenance of the entire property and remove the fence.

Waco to remove relic of segregation, unite black and white at Greenwood Cemetery

At Greenwood, a chain-link fence cuts Waco’s history in half.

New season of HGTV ‘Fixer Upper’ starring Waco couple begins

The viewing public apparently can’t get enough of Waco’s Chip and Joanna Gaines, with HGTV announcing the couple will begin taping 13 more episodes of “Fixer Upper,” a show that captures the Gaineses remodeling homes, running real estate businesses and raising four young children.

Religion: A Palm Sunday ‘Gathering’ in Waco

The largest crowd for any religious observance in the history of Waco is expected to assemble Sunday at McLane Stadium to celebrate Palm Sunday. The event is The Gathering, with more than 100 churches serving as hosts. Pastor Tony Evans of Dallas will preach. The combined choir may number more than 800 singers.

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