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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
Economic fixer-upper

On a recent Thursday afternoon at Magnolia Market at the Silos, tourists line up for $3.50 "shiplap cupcakes" where mill workers once weighed wagons of cottonseed. The Waco Tribune-Herald reports in the shadow of the rusted silos, children toss beanbags on a village green of artificial turf.

The Chambers Project Presents: Ralph Steadman's The Audience

NEW YORK: For the first time in history, a piece of original artwork from Hunter S. Thompson's Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas will be offered at auction. This rare opportunity to own an iconic piece of 20th century counter-culture will occur at the Fine Printed Books and Manuscripts auction at Christie's New York on December 5th, 2017.

Person of the Year: Mission Waco's Jimmy Dorrell finds new ways to help others

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Restaurant hosts fundraiser for victims of Sutherland Springs shooting

On Tuesday, eleven locations of Bubba's 33 restaurants around Texas are hosting a fundraiser for the victims of the Sutherland Springs shooting earlier this month. The business in Waco will be open from 4 p.m. to close.

Shooting suspect arrested on attempted murder charge

A Waco man was arrested late last week, accused of shooting at a man from his car in early September, in an incident partially captured by a neighbor's surveillance camera, according to an arrest affidavit. Kevin Marquis Duffey, 36, was arrested at his home Friday, accused in the Sept.

Seven heart attacks cana t slow this busy restaurateur

After a seventh heart attack had her close to death's door last month, she's back to serve Thanksgiving dinner at a north Fort Worth cafe she renamed Heaven's Gate. After a seventh heart attack had her close to death's door last month, she's back to serve Thanksgiving dinner at a north Fort Worth cafe she renamed Heaven's Gate.

Record number traveling for Thanksgiving holiday

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Waco man charged after threatening a man with a revolver, damaging his vehicle

On Nov. 16, police arrived at the 1400 block of E. Clay Avenue to discover the suspect had left the scene on foot. The victim was able to describe the suspect Officers located the suspect, identified as Leroy Randle.

As 'Fixer Upper' enters final season, impact of Chip and Joanna Gaines looms large in Waco

This year, with an average of more than 30,000 visitors a week, Magnolia Market should draw about 1.6 million people. Chip Gaines climbs out of a small tunnel while Joanna looks on during a tour of the Magnolia Market property in 2014.

Central Texas women work to preserve the history of quilting

It's a pastime that's been going on for centuries. A local group called the Waco Homespun Quilters' Guild is doing its best to preserve the history of quilting.

Waco-area news briefs: Nov. 20, 2017

As part of its participation in America Recycles Day, the city of Waco will no longer charge a $4 monthly fee for residents with a second blue recycling cart. The fee remains in place for a second gray trash cart and a second green yard waste cart.

CTX student veterans battle for Turkey Bowl trophy

Student veterans from the Waco area battled it out on the gridiron for bragging rights and a trophy Sunday afternoon for the first annual Heart of Texas Student Veterans Turkey Bowl. The Veterans of Baylor student organization, organized the event and invited student veterans from Baylor, TSTC, and MCC to play.

Waco-area news briefs: Nov. 19, 2017

The Waco Solid Waste Offices and Cobbs Recycling Center will be closed Thursday and Friday for Thanksgiving. The landfill will be closed Thursday.

Mike Copeland: Buzzard Billy's expansion; Brotherwell Brewing...

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A collector who traded a pair of "old Texas spurs and a few dollars" for a brown basket, which sat on his TV stand for 25 years, is $55,000 richer. Native American art scholars discovered the basket was actually an extraordinarily rare Coiled Jar made by a member of the Chumash Tribe in the 1700s.

Veterans One Stop serves Thanksgiving meals to 750+ veterans, family members

Veterans One Stop in Waco served more than 750 veterans and family members at the center's annual Thanksgiving feast. "It's just been an amazing day.

Waco-area news briefs: Nov. 18, 2017

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