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Lady Bears’ Mulkey predicts ‘Sweet 16’ atmosphere for Cal game

Baylor coach Kim Mulkey issued a directive to Lady Bears fans following her team’s first-round victory over Abilene Christian. Read more

Rep. Anderson files bills to move needle on rural broadband access

State Rep. Charles “Doc” Anderson, R-Waco, filed a pair of bills this legislative session that aim … Read more


Garner commits to Baylor

Baylor nailed down its first 2020 football commitment as Houston Klein outside linebacker-defensive end Will Garner made his decision Sunday night. Read more

Baylor baseball hosts Texas Southern in two-game series Tuesday and Wednesday

Coming off a conference-opening sweep against West Virginia, the Baylor baseball team takes a break from conference play to host Texas Southern in a scheduled two-game series… Read more

Baylor a&t to host Converse College Tuesday

The No. 1 Baylor acrobatics and tumbling team will host Converse College Monday at 6 p.m. at the Ferrell Center. Read more

Baylor women's golf finished Evan Derby Experience in eighth place

OPELIKA, Ala. – Baylor’s women’s golf team finished ahead of five top-45 teams with their eighth-place finish at the Evans Derby Experience Monday. The Bears shot 15-over 299… Read more

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Community gathers at Islamic Center of Waco to show unity a week after New Zealand attack

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.

Police: Man stopped from buying gun before stealing police car, threatening man with ax

An FBI background check stopped a Waco man from buying a gun three days before he went on a rampage Tuesday, stealing a police car, threatening residents with an ax and leading police on a 20-mile chase, newly released police reports show.

West announces 2020 judicial candidacy for Strother's seat

Saying he has been preparing for it his whole life and touting his experience and work in the community, Waco attorney Thomas West announced Friday that he is running for judge of 19th State District Court.

Wacotrib.com: Obituaries published Mar. 22, 2019

Nelson resigns as Waco ISD superintendent after marijuana arrest

The Waco Independent School District Board of Trustees accepted Superintendent A. Marcus Nelson’s resignation Thursday night, after Nelson was arrested March 6 on a misdemeanor marijuana possession charge.

Art Center reveals building plans, public fundraising campaign

This year’s Table Toppers fundraiser for the Art Center of Waco did not quite have the impact of last year’s, when the announcement of the center’s new downtown Waco location and building was made, but it had considerable news of its own.

Waco company plugs into Chinese demand for electrical servicing equipment

China has almost 1.3 billion people served by a 2.5-million-mile electric power grid. Rolling blackouts have become commonplace, which is a problem in an economy second in size only to the U.S.

Waco man gets life sentence in home invasion sexual assault

A Waco man who spent 22 years in prison for raping a teacher as a teen was sentenced to life in prison Thursday in a 2017 home-invasion sexual assault of a deaf woman.

Report identifies officer, others involved in stabbing, shooting outside Waco hotel

A rookie Waco police officer has remained on administrative duties since March 1, when she shot and killed a man who police said was stabbing a Waco resident outside a hotel.

Wacotrib.com: Obituaries published Mar. 21, 2019