Omari Head takes an interview as he takes most things in life — as an opportunity to compliment and lift other people up. Talking about himself is the last thing on his mind.
Settled quietly along historic Austin Avenue, a small shop is nestled in a tall business building with no fancy decorations besides a painted red and white pole and a name: Tito’s Downtown Barbershop.
Ordinarily, a waitress does not receive $1,137 in tips in one day. That’s one reason World Cup Café waitress Latrice Caulfield stood bewildered and baffled by the size of the extraordinary tip customers left her on Christmas Eve.
For the first time ever, Waco will host the No Limits Monster Truck World Championship at McLane Stadium. The show, which starts at 7 p.m. Saturday, is one of the most visible attempts of Baylor to try and make McLane a family venue.
Welcoming owners and pets from all over Waco, the city’s Animal Birth Control Clinic will host its second Movable Feast for Beasts from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 30 at Brazos Park East.
Business is booming in Waco, with over 400 new businesses starting in the area within the last three months alone.
AUSTIN — The House has preliminarily approved a $4.9 billion tax cut package featuring the first sales tax reduction in Texas history — setting the chamber up for a fight with the Senate over whose tax plan is best.
It’s been two years since the deadly explosion in West, but lawmakers have yet to make the critical changes that would prevent potential recurrences.
DALLAS — Records show that about 160 officers in Dallas, one of the country’s largest police departments, remain on the job despite being punished for a variety of offenses, some serious such as theft, excessive force and lying.
The Oklahoma State Women’s equestrian team was involved in a bus crash around 9 p.m. Wednesday on S. 18th Street and Franklin Avenue.