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Pedestrian fatality rate in Bellmead remains high as officials consider safety efforts

When Trini Carbajal got a phone call from one of his daughters on the night of Jan. 26, he knew his family was going to change forever. Read more

Local electric co-ops ink deal for seven solar farms

A Canadian company will bring seven solar farms to Central Texas in a deal that will bring juice to… Read more

Sports

Glynn Beaty: Sports fans understand how to play favorites

Most parents know not to show favoritism towards their children. To do so invites resentment, feelings of insecurity and other problems, both mentally and emotionally, that c… Read more

Outdoors: Things are returning to normal, but patience is still required

Lakes and streams across Central Texas are starting to get back to normal levels, but just because your eyes tell you things are ready doesn’t mean parks and ramps will be op… Read more

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Waco man sentenced to 20 years in assault of trooper

A Waco man who assaulted a Department of Public Safety trooper, pulled a knife and threatened to kill him last year was sentenced to 20 years in prison Thursday.

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Ascension Providence breaks ties with Scott & White Health Plan

Competition between Baylor Scott & White Health and Ascension Providence, two major health care providers in Waco, may have intensified.

PID board considers cutting downtown surtax rate as budget deadline looms

While most city entities are working on the final draft of their 2019-20 budgets, the downtown Public Improvement District board is deciding between two with different tax rates.

Early STAAR scores show improvement at most of Waco ISD's struggling schools

Three of the five Transformation Waco schools that are part of an in-district charter system designed to improve student achievement showed gains in reading and math scores over last year’s state standardized test scores, according to preliminary data released Wednesday by the Texas Education Agency.