The Heart of Texas Urban Gardening Coalition and the Baylor Community Garden will host its first Junior Master Gardener Club meeting the week after spring break.
Local businesses have the chance through the Cen-Tex African American Chamber of Commerce to be counseled and network with other businesses.
Music, contests, dancing, and prize handouts are a few of the many activities that will be happening at 9 a.m. on May 10 at Waco’s BSR Cable Park.
Runners of all ages will gather, decked out in all white, for the crazy and colorful Color Me Rad 5K run.
Richland Mall is getting the first makeover it’s had in 18 years. By November, the mall’s owners will have made millions of dollars of renovations in an attempt to enhance customers’ shopping experience.
Waco police issued a citation to a suspect in an assault at Cameron Park in January.
Putting pencils in the hands of underprivileged children around the world, giving them the chance to write their way to a better future — that’s the motivation behind one student organization in Waco, Upward Bound.
A statewide environmental initiative focused on cleaning up Texas waterways will soon make its way onto Baylor campus.
A Texas Army post has razed the building where a former psychiatrist carried out one of the worst mass shootings in U.S. history, with plans to put up trees and a memorial in its place.
A Baylor freshman was in stable condition Monday after falling from Texas State Highway Loop 340 bridge onto the highway median of Interstate 35.
Lt. Tracy O’Connor, the Robinson Police Department spokesman, said a passing motorist called Robinson police at 7:22 a.m., alerting them of a stalled vehicle with emergency lights flashing on Loop 340 near Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center. Police arrived at 7:25 a.m. and a man’s body was found below the bridge near where the vehicle was stalled.