Just across the McLennan-Bosque county line, on what passes for this small town’s main drag, sits a collection of sheet metal and memories better known as Valley Mills Mantels. That is where Aubrey Stringer turns native Texas woods into handcrafted decorations for fireplaces. Read more
Hewitt resident Wendi Jones was all grins Friday holding her newly adopted daughter, 17-month-old Camri. Read more
NEW YORK — There’s no reason to skip Thanksgiving dinner because of a salmonella outbreak linked to raw turkey. Read more
A report commissioned by Baylor University and completed 20 months before the university fired its … Read more
American Medical Services has yet to provide local officials with a report detailing response times… Read more
Readers often contact the Tribune-Herald this time of year to find Waco-area restaurants that will … Read more
As a kid growing up in North Waco, Ron Daniel beat a path to the 25th Street Theatre. He remembers … Read more
Lake Air Montessori Magnet School faculty, staff and students competed in a goat naming contest to … Read more
From state education funding to a Waco tourism district, State Rep. Charles “Doc” Anderson, R-Waco,… Read more
Baylor University is fighting back against a former football player who in a recent lawsuit accused… Read more
A former hospital nurse was sentenced to five years in a state jail Friday for taking nude videos a… Read more
Kennedy Brown couldn’t have picked a better time to score her first header at Baylor. Read more
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A former hospital nurse was sentenced to five years in a state jail Friday for taking nude videos and photos of two unconscious patients in 2015 and 2016.
Greek Orthodox hieromonk Father Justin, librarian of St. Catherine’s Monastery in the Sinai, has a homecoming of sorts whenever he visits Baylor University, where his parents attended in the 1940s, but his visit this week enables an even more special homecoming: the return of a 17th-century Greek psalter from a former St. Catherine’s monk.
Waco will not be “Salado’d” during a four-and-a-half-year, $300 million widening of Interstate 35 slated to start in the spring, a Texas Department of Transportation official said.
Gabrielle Massey was an intern in the Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office 14 years ago when she realized her calling in life was to fight for women and children survivors of sexual and domestic abuse.
Waco police have arrested the grandmother of two children who died in a duplex fire Nov. 2, accusing her of recklessly abandoning the children and taking no action to help them.
Blek le Rat, 67, a French pioneer in street art, uses stencils and spray paint Wednesday on a wall of the unfinished Art Center of Waco building on South Eighth Street.
The eastern McLennan County towns of Mart and Riesel are adversaries on the football field, but they plan to be partners in school security.
Tony Teal’s plan to open a restaurant serving ribs and soul food in the former Michna’s Bar-B-Que building on Franklin Avenue has hit a snag, with health inspectors shutting down Teal’s Ribs this week for a second time.
Seeking to inject a sense of destination into a once-booming thoroughfare, owners of businesses along La Salle Avenue are asking the city to enact a set of regulations that would set design requirements and prohibit several types of businesses already in the area.
Supporters say a two-way Washington Avenue would make downtown easier to navigate and friendlier to retail and restaurant development, but concerns remain for at least one property owner about potential bottlenecks when looming interstate construction changes drivers’ chosen cross-town routes.