The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention diagnosed the first Ebola patient in the country Tuesday at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas.
Seven women with no knowledge of how to speak Russian set out for four weeks in St. Petersburg, Russia, to teach the Bible lessons to orphans, all part of the Buckner International faith-based ministry.
Stories like “Harry Potter,” “The Hunger Games” and “The Iliad” may all have underlying themes to edify Christianity, said Dr. Gregg Garrett, professor of English.
A new laboratory is being set up in the chemistry department to facilitate cancer drug research and spur economic development in Texas.
Planes not seen since World War II touched ground in Waco this weekend for the second annual Heart of Texas Airshow.
A referral came in to the Friends for Life center two years ago about a woman living alone and embarrassed to smile. She did not have any teeth because of cancer and could not afford dental or medical insurance.
Attorney General Greg Abbott on Monday defended old rulings by his office that critics say hid problems with the Texas Enterprise Fund and more recent decisions that keep tight wraps on how Texas uses taxpayer money to woo businesses.
Three Baylor graduates following separate career paths and living in three different parts of the world have two things in common — a passion for the deaf community and an attribution to Baylor for their success.
Talks with President Barack Obama’s administration will soon decide if Waco will become home to a national park.
While people who speak multiple languages are often thought of as diverse, people who use American Sign Language are sometimes thought of as disabled, a perception the deaf community would like to change.