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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 warned Cossacks of alleged, impending attacks by the Bandidos

A month before the infamous biker confrontation in Waco in May 2015 that killed nine and left 20 injured, law enforcement rushed to Odessa and headed off what they thought would be a violent clash there between Bandidos and the Cossacks, according to testimony Monday in a racketeering trial in San Antonio of two former top leaders of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club. Monday's testimony dealt largely with other purported incidents involving Cossacks, who lost the most bikers in Waco, and the Bandidos, who lost a member in that fight that also involved police shooting at the bikers at the Twin Peaks restaurant.

Joanna Gaines on family, failure and her favorite food memory

Joanna Gaines has written her first cookbook, The Magnolia Table: A Collection of Recipes for Gathering . In it, she shares recipes served at both her family table and the Gaines' new restaurant, Magnolia Table in Waco, Texas.

Turnout light on first day of early voting

More than 470 ballots were recorded Monday in McLennan County on the first day of early voting for 11 entities. Five entities partnered with McLennan County to host their elections : the cities of Bellmead, Waco, Crawford and Woodway; as well as Waco Independent School District.

The Oklahoma City Bombing Shows How Long Domestic Terrorism Has Been Racialized

Nineteen of the victims were children, , and an additional 680 people were left injured. The bombing shocked Americans, who saw footage of the demolished building on the news - and six years before 9/11, it also left the nation with an unforgettable trauma that changed the very essence of how Americans viewed their own safety at home.

Missing North Waco woman with disability is found

The Waco Police Department had alerted the news media April 16 that Erica Guevara was missing. Police at the time said she left her home in the 2600 block of Bosque Boulevard on April 10 and had not returned.

Police: Shots fired from SUV at Waco home, four men return fire

The Waco Police Department on Monday announced it was investigating a drive-by shooting that happened late Sunday night near the intersection of S. 22nd Street and Park Avenue in Waco. Waco Police Sgt.

Steve Hernandez, Board of Contributors: Area veterans deceived by...

Although I am the McLennan County veterans service officer, I speak now from my heart as a veteran. As veterans, it seems we are always at war.

Waco-area news briefs, April 23, 2018

Central Texas Watercolor Society will present a demonstration by Michael Holter at 6 p.m. Monday at the Whitehall Center, 9001 Bosque Blvd. Holter's paintings have a loose, vibrant quality that defines impressionistic watercolors. Paintings by watercolor society members will be on exhibit at the center until May 9. The Central Texas Genealogical Society will meet at 7 p.m. Monday at the West Waco Library, 5301 Bosque Blvd. The Waco NAACP will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Texas Rangers Hall of Fame, 100 Texas Ranger Trail.

CrossFit Waco relocating to an Elm Avenue poised for change

Former development official Andrea Barefield , City Center Waco Executive Director Megan Henderson, Eastern Waco Development Corp. board President Linda Lewis and CrossFit Waco CEO Jonathon Shelton discuss the future site of CrossFit's gym. Lucious New , Monica Phillips, Maurice Jones, Bobby Thornton, Tre Ervin, Buzz McKethan and Mathis Riley are the subcontractors who will be renovating CrossFit Waco's new gym.

'Fixer Upper' Spin-off 'Woodworker' To Bow On DIY Network

Fans of the HGTV show Fixer Upper will soon have a Waco-style spin-off to enjoy. Chip and Joanna Gaines's favorite woodworker is getting his own show on DIY Network .

Veterans' Voices: Don Holland

There are at least three reasons why Waco resident Don Holland, 77, chose to serve in the U.S. Navy. The first was when he dressed in his uncle's Navy uniform as a child.

Early voting starts Monday for 6 cities, 5 school boards

Several cities and school districts partnered with McLennan County to host the May 6 election, but a few will have their own polling times and locations. Bellmead, Crawford, Mart, McGregor, Waco, and Woodway each have at least one contested city council race.

Waco-area news briefs, April 22, 2018

Baylor University's handbells choir, The Baylor Bronze, will perform their annual spring concert at 5:30 p.m. Thursday in the sanctuary of Seventh and James Baptist Church, 602 James Ave. The ensemble's 17 members will perform under the direction of Bob Avant. This concert is free and open to the public.

East Waco development at forefront of Waco City Council race

East Waco residents eager for their own brand of economic resurgence to match the boom on the west side of the Brazos River will begin voting this week for their next Waco City Council representative. And as early voting begins Monday for the May 5 local elections, the four candidates in the District 1 race have ideas of how to make that growth happen.

Waco-area news briefs, April 21, 2018

The Waco Immigrants Alliance, along with sponsors Lake Shore Baptist Church and First Woodway Baptist Church, is hosting a fundraiser at 6:30 p.m. Friday at Lake Shore Baptist Church, 5801 Bishop Drive. Money raised will offset the cost of renewing Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals applications.

Baylor exhibits find artful ways to provoke conversation on sexual assault, refugees

It's On Us BU President Caroline Grace helped organize the "What Were You Wearing" exhibition that has been on display this week at Baylor University's Founders Mall. Clothing worn by sexual assault survivors tells a story in the exhibit "What Were You Wearing," on display this week at Baylor University.

Search warrant: Man kidnapped a day before he was found dead

The victim in Waco's first homicide of the year may have been kidnapped the day before his death, and he was found bound inside his home, a search warrant obtained Friday states. Taivunn Demontre Briscoe , 20, was found dead in his home in the 2700 block of Herring Avenue on March 20. The warrant is for a home in the 500 block of Calumet Avenue and was issued after allegations surfaced that Briscoe may have been kidnapped and was held at gunpoint March 19. "The suspect party has the victim follow him to his residence under the guise of having vehicle trouble," the warrant states.

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