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    Waco mosquitoes reported to carry West Nile Virus

Waco mosquitoes reported to carry West Nile Virus

West Nile virus is alive and well in Waco’s mosquito population.

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    Students get the chance to walk down walls at McLane

Students get the chance to walk down walls at McLane

The only thing better than getting to go inside McLane Stadium is getting to rappel down the side of it.

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    Sexual assault education takes form in app

Sexual assault education takes form in app

Rates of campus sex crimes are on a steady rise nationwide, according to the U.S. Department of Education.

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Boats, pedicabs provide rides to new stadium

Downtown Waco is attracting new methods of transportation to help fans get to McLane Stadium on game day.

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    Local hotel closure stresses incoming Baylor families

Local hotel closure stresses incoming Baylor families

The recent closure of the Clarion Hotel on South 4th Street caused many to lose reservations just weeks before Move2BU week began and highlighted the benefits of seeking alternative housing options for visitors.

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Texas vets find therapy on water

By Jacquielynn Floyd Associated Press DALLAS – People who carry on with missionary zeal about the poetry of sailing are probably not manning a bilge pump or scrubbing a hull, but the poetry is there. It’s there when the sailor captures the basic physics of wind, water and sail to

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Waco works to batter domestic abuse

“You whore! You are nothing but a whore!” Her face smashed into the dashboard. *Sarah could not hear the words her husband, *James, was screaming. They were muffled in the moment – lost in the sheer shock of what was happening. Head throbbing, ears ringing. She knew this was bad. This was not the first time, but it had never been quite like this.

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    Part-time youth pastor empathizes with the less fortunate, prisoners during lent

Part-time youth pastor empathizes with the less fortunate, prisoners during lent

When Kent McKeever thought about what he was going to forego for this spring’s Lent season, his image was the first thing to come to his mind. After considering what impact it could have on his life and in the community around him, he didn’t look back.

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Baylor professor kickin’ it with students in class, at local studio

For some, martial arts is a valuable means of self-defense. For Baylor professor Gary Richardson, martial arts has been a lifesaver.

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Alpha Tau Omega, Mission Waco host charity 5K run

The Baylor chapter of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity will hold their third annual Race One 5K at 8 a.m. Saturday at Jubilee Park with a fun run following at 8:45 a.m.

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