In the movie “Green Book” playing in theaters across the country, black pianist Don Shirley (Mahershala Ali) hires a white nightclub bouncer Tony Vallelonga (Viggo Mortensen) to drive him to concert dates across a racially segregated South in 1962. Read more
Multiple events across Waco will celebrate the life and legacy of slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. with food, a march, a theater production, speeches and a candlelight vigil, as well as service opportunities. Read more
AUSTIN — The eyes, sad and yearning, draw you in, paralyzing observers in place. This is Robert Hurst’s third crack at painting famed Texas songwriter Aaron Barker, and if the eyes are any indication this one will be a keeper. Read more
A 1989 flood that submerged apartments and swept vehicles down Waco Creek would pale in comparison to flooding a storm of the same scope would bring if drainage issues associated with a plan to widen Interstate 35 are not addressed, officials said Thursday.
Multiple events across Waco will celebrate the life and legacy of slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. with food, a march, a theater production, speeches and a candlelight vigil, as well as service opportunities.
An effort to put formal pressure on the Waco City Council to commit to renewable energy for municipal purposes stalled on Thursday in the face of a roomful of supporters urging a city environmental board to take action.
Waco-McLennan County Emergency Management Coordinator Frank Patterson still remembers the haze hanging over the city of West when he arrived on the night of April 13, 2013 after an explosion at the West Fertilizer Co. shook the small northern McLennan County city.
A Cinemark movie theater could be part of a sprawling Cottonwood Creek Market development on Interstate 35 near New Road, with other features to include sit-down and fast-food restaurants, retail space and living areas, according to an online marketing flyer for the project.
McLennan County Auditor Stan Chambers is leaving his job to return to Anderson County after earning a reputation for improving budget transparency, modernizing accounting practices and strengthening internal auditing procedures that uncovered financial improprieties by two elected officials.