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Waco is home to 18 museums and attractions. In 1978, bones discovered where the Brazos River and Bosque River meet in Waco turned out to belong to a species of mammoth. Eventually, the remains of 24 mammoths were discovered, making it one of the largest findings of its kind.

Population: 120456
Local Newspapers: Waco Tribune-Herald
Local Sports Teams: Baylor Bears
Local Colleges: Baylor University McLennan Community College Texas State Technical College

Zip Codes associated with waco, texas: 76557 76701 76704 76705 76706 76707 76708 76710 76711 76712
Towns/Cities near waco, texas : Beverly Hills Robinson Woodway Hewitt Lorena Bellmead Crawford McGregor Ross Gholson Golinda Marlin

Waco News
Police: Driver nearly runs over off-duty Waco cop in Whataburger parking lot

An off-duty Waco Police officer was nearly run over in the parking lot of the Whataburger on S. 7th Street near Baylor in Waco on Sunday. Waco Police Officer Garen Bynum said the Waco officer and an off-duty Robinson Police Officer were stopped at the fast-food chain when they saw a white 4-door sedan shift into reverse and strike another vehicle.

Lenten Luncheon series begins Tuesday

The Rev. Brian Tarver, rector of St. Philip's Episcopal Church, will present the first program, "Creativity and Spirituality," for the church's Margaret Moser Memorial Lenten Luncheon series which begins Tuesday, Feb. 20. The lunch, prepared by the women of St. Philip's, will be served from 11:30 until noon, with the program beginning by 12:05 and ending by 1 o'clock.

Republican candidates for Precinct 1 JP no strangers to scrutiny

The Republican primary for Precinct 1, Place 1 Justice of the Peace features two candidates who have faced scrutiny in past efforts to gain elected positions. Incumbent Dianne Hensley, 66, of Waco, and challenger Denny Lessman, 45, of Hewitt, will face off in the March 6 primary.

Waco-area news briefs: Feb. 19, 2018

Brent Bankston will give a Confessions of an Entrepreneur presentation from 12:30 to 1:20 p.m. Thursday at Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business, Foster 143/144. Pizza will be available at the free event, part of a series that highlights local entrepreneurs that have taken less-traditional paths.

Former county treasurer challenges incumbent constable

Danny Lee Volcik is running against incumbent David A. Maler, who has held the seat since 1994, according to Tribune-Herald archives. Volcik, 71, of Waco, said the main reason he is running for the seat is that residents deserve a full-time constable.

Ken Starr, Board of Contributors: Prosecutors' first priority is...

The March 6 primary election is right around the corner with early voting beginning Tuesday. One issue fellow McLennan County voters will do well to examine carefully is fundamental honesty and integrity in government.

Time for a change: Q&A with McLennan County district attorney candidate Barry Johnson

Barry Johnson: "I'm running because justice is in jeopardy in McLennan County and I won't stand for it." Barry Johnson, 61, an attorney who grew up in Waco and returned to his hometown from Dallas in March to care for his mother, is a Republican candidate for McLennan County district attorney, a position occupied for two terms by Abel Reyna.

Crowded field lines up for Precinct 2 commissioner seat

Democrat Lester Gibson is not seeking re-election to his longtime role representing the precinct that includes East Waco, parts of downtown Waco and the eastern corner of the county. Three Republicans and two Democrats are vying for the seat, and many of the candidates say Precinct 2 residents feel underrepresented and divided.

Waco-area news briefs: Feb. 18, 2018

Writer and director Chris Hansen will speak at a Christian Writers Workshop meeting from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at First Baptist Woodway. Hansen is the chairman of the Film and Digital Media Department at Baylor University and has four feature films to his credit.

Mike Copeland: Gas prices dropping; Brazos River Authority CEO; New Pizza Hut

After uncharacteristically climbing after the holidays, prices are trending downward. GasBuddy is reporting that the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded plummeted more than 10 cents in Texas during the week ending Saturday.

Waco-area news briefs: Feb. 17, 2018

A fundraiser is scheduled for noon to 4 p.m. Sunday at the Bellmead Civic Center for Josh Stone, who is battling carcinoid cancer. Stone, a La Vega High School graduate and master sergeant in the U.S. Air Force, is facing medical expenses to treat his cancer after failing to respond to traditional chemotherapy and radiation.

District 1 Waco council race draws third candidate; others unopposed

Dwayne Banks, an East Waco businessman and delivery driver, jumped into the the Waco City Council District 1 race on Friday, the last day of filing in the May 5 election. Banks, 68, will face nonprofit executive Andrea Barefield, retiree Cecil McDowell and pizzeria manager Luis Guevara in the race to replace Noah Jackson Jr., who is not seeking re-election.

What's Real & What's Not About the History of Waco

The new Waco miniseries, part of the Paramount Network debut , follows the 1993 ATF and FBI raid of the Branch Davidians. The religious sect, led by David Koresh in Waco, Texas, resisted a warrant and would not surrender, which resulted in the death of four ATF agents and 82 men, women and children in the compound.

Report: Baylor Football Players Investigated in Connection with Sexual Assault

Two members of the Baylor Bears football team are being investigated following an alleged sexual assault, Rissa Shaw of KWTX in Waco, Texas, reported Thursday. According to Shaw, the alleged assault occurred on Nov. 11, 2017, at an off-campus apartment complex and involved members of Baylor's equestrian team.

Trey Blocker's message falls flat in McLennan County debate

After hearing Trey Blocker and Sid Miller at a candidate forum in Waco on Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018, Republican voters there say they like the idea of reelecting Miller as agriculture commissioner. After hearing Trey Blocker and Sid Miller at a candidate forum in Waco on Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018, Republican voters there say they like the idea of reelecting Miller as agriculture commissioner.

Waco among 5 areas showing home loan bias against minorities

Latinos and African-Americans in five Texas metro areas, including San Antonio, were more likely to be denied a conventional mortgage loan when compared to non-Hispanic whites, according to a new analysis . The review of millions of federal records by Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting found that redlining - the practice of charging more or denying services such as loans and housing based only on reasons related to such things as race, national origin and religion - has persisted in 61 metro areas around the U.S. In Texas, the review of data from 2015 and 2016 found this modern-day redlining in Corpus Christi, the Killeen-Temple area, Longview, the San Antonio-New Braunfels area and Waco.

Waco-area news briefs: Feb. 16, 2018

The Waco Fire Department and the Heart of Texas Regional Advisory Council will offer hands-only CPR training Saturday from 9 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m. at Waco Fire Station 11 at 7600 Imperial Drive and on Feb. 24 from 9 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m. at Station 14 at 5401 Speegleville Road. Also, HOTRAC will host hands only CPR training with health screenings at Fire Station 9 at 315 New Road near Lowe's from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. with health screenings The Central Texas Doll Club meets Saturday at 2 p.m. at the South Waco Library, 2737 S. 18th Street.

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