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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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Water restrictions expected to increase more than usual in Waco during drought

Waco is in the middle of a drought. The city has not received more than an inch of rain on any day for the entire month of April, according to the Weather Channel’s website.

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    Coming together: Baylor rewards local STAAR test students

Coming together: Baylor rewards local STAAR test students

Four hundred elementary school children gathered Thursday in Fountain Mall on the Baylor campus. Delta Epsilon Psi welcomed kids from Brook Avenue Elementary and J.H. Hines Elementary as part of Project Come Together, a field day they organize for children in these two low-performance and underprivileged elementary schools of Waco ISD.

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    Texas in its own land dispute with feds following Nevada fight

Texas in its own land dispute with feds following Nevada fight

Top Texas leaders are accusing the federal government of trying to seize property they say belongs to local cattle ranchers, a dispute that involves the same agency currently embroiled in an armed standoff over land in Nevada.

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Baylor sustainability efforts win local Waco award

Keep Waco Beautiful awarded the Francis Sturgis “Partners In Pride” Sustainability Award to Baylor for its commitment to conscientious environment practices.

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Baylor raises awareness and funds for the poor through the series of physical team events

The Baylor fitness and intramural departments have teamed up with Mission Waco to hold the Mission Waco Urban X Team Challenge at 8:45 a.m. May 3 at Mission Waco Jubilee Theater located at 1315 N. 15th St. The competition will help raise awareness and funds for Mission Waco by holding a competition.

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    West fertilizer explosion could have been prevented, officials say

West fertilizer explosion could have been prevented, officials say

Officials from the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board said Texas can learn a thing or two in light of the tragedy in West.

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