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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
Hillsboro PD Makes Felony Arrest

The Hillsboro Police Department made an arrest at 9:30 a.m. Friday, August 11. According to reports, a 33-year-old Waco woman surrendered to authorities at the Hillsboro Police Department in the 300 block of North Waco Street. The woman was wanted locally for three counts of forgery of a financial instrument and three counts of fraudulent use/possession of identifying information.

Baylor AD Says There Was No Drug Testing Program When He Arrived at School

Baylor athletic director Mack Rhoades said Tuesday there was no internal drug-testing system in place for student-athletes at the school when he was hired last year. 1660-AM in Waco, Texas , Rhoades said the following regarding the changes he made upon arriving: "When I got to Baylor, we did not test.

Injured Waco SWAT officer home from hospital

The Waco SWAT officer who was severely injured in a confrontation that led to the shooting death of a drug suspect earlier this month is returning home after two weeks of recovery in the hospital, police officials announced Wednesday. Waco police Officer William Graeber, who has been with the department eight years, released a statement with the Waco Police Department saying he and his family appreciate the ongoing support they have received.

Movie alert: Taylor Sheridan's "Wind River" opening; more "What About Waco" screenings

Those who liked "Hell Or High Water," the film written by Taylor Sheridan, cousin of McLennan County Sheriff Parnell McNamara - and I'm one who really liked it as well as Sheridan's Oscar nomination for best original screenplay - may want to know that Sheridan's next film, "Wind River," opens Friday, Aug. 18, in Waco. Sheridan directs this film, an atmospheric murder mystery set on the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming, and reviews say it shares a similar emotional tone with "Hell Or High Water" and "Sicario," another Sheridan script.

Massage parlor owner arrested in human trafficking investigation

The proprietor of a Waco massage parlor was arrested last month after a lengthy investigation into suspected human trafficking offenses at the business, an arrest affidavit states. Gui Ning Li, 46, of Dallas, was arrested July 13 in Dallas County on a McLennan County warrant charging aggravated promotion of prostitution.

Bringing Back Baylor

The newly minted president of Baylor University inherited more than just the world's largest Baptist university and its 16,000-plus students when she took the helm in June. A few weeks earlier, a former Baylor volleyball player filed what was then the latest in a long string of Title IX lawsuits against the university.

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Hearts of Space grew out of former architect Stephen Hill's fascination with space-creating, ambient and contemplative music. Beginning in 1973, Hill hosted a weekly late-night radio program on KPFA-FM in the San Francisco Bay area.

Baylor University settles with woman who said sexual assault was ignored

Attorneys for a woman who filed a lawsuit against Baylor University accusing the private Baptist school in Waco, Texas, of ignoring her reported sexual assault by a football player say the case is settled. Her attorney, Alexander Zalkin, told The Associated Press on Tuesday that agreements were reached over the weekend.

Waco man gets 35 years in child sex abuse

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Waco-area news briefs: Aug. 16, 2017

The McLennan County Republican Club will meet at 11:30 a.m. Thursday at Knox Hall in the Texas Ranger Museum, 100 Texas Ranger Trail. Rapoport Academy Public School, 1020 Elm Ave., will have an informal session for parents and prospective students at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Get the right eclipse glasses to save your eyes

Dr. Randy Hartman at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Hillcrest in Waco said all sunglasses and some filters are not enough. That's a special solar filter that blocks all rays of the sun, the ones you can see and the ones you can't.

No need for meters or parking garage in Waco yet

"As a system, downtown is changing very, very fast. Our growth is much more rapid, certainly in Waco, than we've seen in a long time and so we're not only trying to solve the parking problems and challenges of today, we're trying to get ahead of those challenges so that we continue to enjoy good development and parking is not getting in the way of that," Henderson said.

Dallas activist group calls for outside investigation of Waco shooting Read Story Jasmin Caldwell

A Dallas based social activist group is preparing to speak at the Waco city council meeting with the family of Kerry Bradley. During the incident, Bradley was shot by police, and officer William Graeber was run over by the SUV Bradley was driving.

Mission Waco starts commercial composting

The 1.5 cubic meter bags of compost will be available for sale at the URBAN R.E.A.P. next to the Jubilee Food Market in North Waco. "We're not sending that much material to the landfill.

Rotary learns about China

Mattie Bishop, left, spoke of her recent work study trip to China at the Pittsfield Rotary Club's Aug. 2 meeting. With Bishop is Rotarian Dan Borrowman.

Waco-area news briefs: Aug. 15, 2017

Waco Friends of Peace/Climate will present a recording of the 2017 Keeling Lecture on the state of climate science at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Poppa Rollo's Pizza. The lecturer is Rosina Bierbaum of the University of Michigan.

Bellmead man arrested, accused of raping disabled woman

A 46-year-old Bellmead man was arrested Wednesday after police reported he sexually assaulted a woman who suffers from a severe mental disability, an arrest affidavit states. Adell Lee Hamilton was arrested after Waco Police Department's Special Crimes Unit began investigating an aggravated sexual assault of a mentally disabled woman in an East Waco home.

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