A Midway High School student is facing a felony charge after he was accused of hitting a fellow school student who was crossing Panther Way last week.
Tourism brings bucks in all denominations. One might say Abe Lincoln visited Waco over spring break, enjoying the views at Cameron Park and sipping floats at the Dr Pepper Museum. George Washington stood in line at the Silos, hoping to see Chip and Joanna. Andrew Jackson plunked down $20 for a “One Riot — One Ranger” T-shirt at the Texas Ranger Museum.
The subdued, somber tone that filled the WISD boardroom when the board of trustees announced the resignation of A. Marcus Nelson lingers among his supporters long after the meeting.
While the scoreboard appears to say two outs in the bottom of the ninth, Mark Schuster still has hopes of bringing a professional baseball team to Waco and says he is still in there swinging.
People of many faiths, including local Christian leaders, helped organize the event to stand in solidarity with the Islamic community in the wake of the shootings.