Author: Holly Stouffer

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Central Texas Urology patients will be happy to hear their clinic was spared by the Little River Healthcare closures. ... [Read More]
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'Tis the season for giving and getting sick. [Read More]
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It's the final performance of "Every Christmas Story Ever Told" at the Jubilee Theatre in Waco. [Read More]
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While it's seen better days, the 25th Street Theatre is iconic. [Read More]
On Monday, a criminal case against former Baylor Phi Delta Theta president Jacob Anderson was concluded when Judge Ralph Strother accepted a plea deal sentencing... [Read More]
New restaurants are popping up all over Waco, but a little red shack on Franklin has been going strong for decades. [Read More]
National Night Out kicked off today at the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame in Waco. [Read More]
After fighting for our freedom overseas, Keith Harrup chased it for himself along the highway up until his final journey over the weekend. [Read More]
After a two year process, the Waco Police Department said it's now giving body cameras to all of their officers. [Read More]
Savanah Ponce was diagnosed with Stage 3 breast cancer in May. [Read More]
Every morning, Sharon Hittle waves at passing cars and hums a tune as she waits for her kids. [Read More]
Savanah Ponce was diagnosed with Stage 3 breast cancer in May. [Read More]
When the going gets rough, you lean on one another. [Read More]
The folks at REACH Therapeutic Riding Center were all smiles this morning after receiving a check for $3,6000. [Read More]
Temple College has only been back in session for a couple of weeks and there are already plenty of people lining up to take advantage of... [Read More]
Churches across Waco are banding together to support students. [Read More]
The rain wasn't enough to wash away a suicide prevention event at The Backyard Bar Stage and Grill on Sunday. [Read More]
The winner of Harley-Davidson of Waco's first ever Motorcycle Madness has been announced. [Read More]
The Advocacy Center for Crime Victims and Children is hosting its 8th annual Child Safe conference. ... [Read More]
A third-grade teacher at J.H. Hines Elementary School will soon be adding a new library to her classroom. [Read More]
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