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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
Waco-area man gets 52 years for beheading wife

Davie Dauzat took a plea deal in a bizarre murder case that took place in Bellmead, Texas, a northern suburb of Waco, in 2016. Bellmead Police said they got a call from Davie's brother saying he was concerned for his health.

L3 pursuing $1.25 million tax incentive to upgrade Waco facility

L3 Technologies is pursuing $1.25 million in state tax incentives for a $5.5 million project at its plant at the TSTC airport in Waco. L3 Technologies is pursuing $1.25 million in state tax incentives for a $5.5 million project at its plant at the TSTC airport in Waco.

Texas man admits beheading wife, gets 52-year prison term

Prosecutors say 24-year-old Davie Dauzat pleaded guilty to murder on Friday in the August 2016 death of his wife, Natasha Dauzat. Authorities say the 21-year-old woman was stabbed dozens of times with a knife at the couple's home in Bellmead, a town just northeast of Waco.

1 dead in East Waco shooting

Police responded to a report of shots being fired in the 800 block of Harlem Avenue at about 6:15 p.m., Sgt. Steve Graeter said.

Man indicted on federal charges after human trafficking arrest in Waco

A man arrested by local authorities late last month was has been indicted on federal felony charges alleging he transported a woman from Mississippi to Texas in order for her to engage in prostitution. A judge signed two federal indictments Dec. 4 charging Donquell James Allen, 30, of Dallas, with violation of the Mann Act and Travel Act.

Waco ISD pursuing in-district charter partnership with Prosper Waco to save 5 schools

Superintendent A. Marcus Nelson plans to recommend that Waco Independent School District form an in-district charter system with the local nonprofit Prosper Waco come Jan. 25 in an effort to stave off the possibility of closure for five of the district's struggling campuses, he announced at Thursday night's board meeting. News also came Thursday that the district is one of seven on a preliminary list of recipients for a $450,000 Texas Education Agency grant that would help the district through the planning process for the potential partnership.

Waco stages busy with holiday fare

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Former Waco cop becomes latest to accuse Abel Reyna of wrongdoing Read Story Stephen Adams

A former Waco Police officer has become the latest in a string of individuals to accuse McLennan County District Attorney Abel Reyna of wrongdoing in connection with the Twin Peaks trials. Sherry Kingrey, who retired from the Waco Police Department in 2017 after 32 years of service, became the third person to submit a sworn affidavit that indicated Mr. Reyna was under FBI investigation.

3 affidavits in biker case attest to FBI probe of prosecutor

A retired Waco, Texas, police officer says in an affidavit that the FBI is investigating McLennan County District Attorney Abel Reyna for alleged public corruption. The affidavit was filed Tuesday by Jorge Salinas.

Source: Texas signs Martin to two-year deal

Martin has spent the past two years in Japan with the Nippon Ham Fighters, pitching in 92 games with a 1.12 ERA and a 0.67 WHIP. The 31-year-old had 22 saves and averaged 9.3 strikeouts, 4.7 hits and 1.3 walks per nine innings in 2016-17.

Texas Municipal Police Association rallies for unity with police

Representatives with the Texas Municipal Police Association stopped in Waco during a media tour Monday to voice their concern about police brutality, national protests and the state of law enforcement views across the state. Deputy Executive Director Mitch Slaymaker and media coordinator Andrea Coker met with local media members as part of their 13-site tour that will continue across the state into the spring.

Elaborate Christmas display has brightened Waco neighborhood for decades

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Waco launches 'Don't Blow ita

The City of Waco is urging people to dispose of their yard waste the right way. City officials said disposing yard waste in storm drains is an ordinance violation and considered illegal.

Caritas of Waco receives $30,000 matching grant to support program

Caritas of Waco is now better able to serve those in the community after receiving a $30,000 matching grant in support of its Intensive Case Management program. The grant was awarded to Caritas by the Bernard and Audre Rapoport Foundation.

Authorities identify man killed in Box Ranch Road rollover

A 77-year-old man was identified Monday as the driver of a manure truck who was killed a rollover crash in late November in rural McLennan County. Isiah Melvin Watkins Sr., of Waco, was killed Nov. 30 after he likely traveled around a curve too fast in the 3200 block of Box Ranch Road, causing the truck to roll onto its side and pin Watkins' leg underneath the truck.

Central Texas agencies honor fallen San Marcos police officer

Members of the Waco Honor Guard Pipes and Drums will be playing at the funeral of the fallen San Marcos Police Officer. Waco firefighter Wade Kaminski who has been a member of the group for three years said playing at a funeral of a fallen brother is an emotional experience.

Pedestrian seriously injured after crash in Waco Read Story Stephen Adams

A pedestrian was transported to Hillcrest Hospital in Waco with life-threatening injuries after being hit by a pickup truck that was driving south in the 800 block of Valley Mills Drive around 7:45 p.m. Sunday, according to Waco Police. Police said their initial investigation suggested the victim, Lester James, 47, walked in front of the on-coming Chevrolet Avalanche and was struck -- sustaining "serious injuries."

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