Tonya Williams, a Dallas native who has lived in Waco for the past 18 years, attributes her success and well-being today to one of Waco’s oldest non-profit organizations.
Dr. Tyler Cooper, CEO of Cooper Aerobics Center, addressed the crisis of rising healthcare costs and decreasing recipients Thursday on campus.
Voters across the nation are deciding whether to set aside billions of dollars for parks and preservation in what some environmentalists are calling one of the most significant elections for land conservation in American history.
A geology professor and two doctoral candidates in geology at Baylor are working on new ways to extract crude oil in western Canada.
Members of Waco’s Heart of Texas Marine Corps League will run alongside the Waco community this weekend to support their fellow service members.
Houston city attorneys have withdrawn subpoenas that sought speeches and other information from five pastors who publicly opposed an ordinance banning discrimination of gay and transgender residents, the mayor said Wednesday.
Students involved in Baylor’s Global Community Living Center have come up with a new fundraiser to raise hunger and cultural awareness in the community by supporting a local charity.
AT&T is being sued by the government over allegations it misled millions of smartphone customers who were promised unlimited data but had their Internet speeds cut by the company — slowing their ability to open web pages or watch streaming video.
City planners in downtown Waco have proposed to change some downtown streets from their current one-way layouts to two-way, hoping to foster a sense of community activity.
Baylor’s Model United Nations program is reaching out to high school students across the country to build both the program and the university.