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How Stuff Works
Is April the most violent month?
Floodlights illuminate the Albert P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, as rescuers searched for bodies the day after the April 19, 1995 bombing.
Fri May 24, 2013
Stars and Stripes
Veteran entrepreneurs lowering jobless rate to below civilian levels
Robert Rummells, a U.S. Army Ranger for 22 years, says it was a natural transition when he opened a Mosquito Joe pest-control franchise in Richmond, Va., this month.
Job Cuts Possible As Local Hospital System Restructures
Waco's Providence Healthcare Network announced Friday it's restructuring to meet the challenges posed by what it calls "unprecedented changes and pressures in healthcare," the impact of automatic federal budget cuts earlier this year, the state's decision to opt out of Medicaid expansion and nationwide reductions in government reimbursement levels.
Molotov Cocktail Ignites Texas Apartment Fire
Houston police arrested a man on an arson charge Friday after an apartment complex fire that was evidently started by a thrown Molotov cocktail.
Waco police have found the female suspect accused of stealing credit cards from Central Texas hospitals.
Thu May 23, 2013
Veterans One Stop Ribbon Cutting
Men and women who have served in the military now have a one-stop shop for accessing help in Waco.
WISD approves changes to school rezoning plan
The Waco ISD trustees voted to amend a redistricting plan they just passed last month.
Waco uses inspectors to fight against mollusk infestation
That's because the city of Waco is hoping to prevent zebra mussels from getting into the lake.
Motorcyclist sent to hospital after three vehicle collision
A motorcyclist is in the hospital after being involved in a three vehicle collision Wednesday night.
Waco Officers Cleared by Grand Jury
Waco Police Officers Hans Fitting and Darrell Patterson were "No Billed" during their McLennan County Grand Jury meeting.
George P. Bush Looks to Make Mark on Texas
Texas is Bush Country and now a new generation of the political family looks to make his mark on the state.
Events, Festivals, Concert Reviews, Shows
Guitarist Eddy Shaver, 38, who was partnered with his father, country singer-songwriter Billy Joe Shaver, in the group Shaver, died of undetermined causes Sunday in Waco, Texas.
Wed May 22, 2013
Wall Street Journal
Every Scarf Has a Story
It takes a wacky idea, a penchant for precision, and extreme patience to make an Hermes scarf.
Collision Between Pickup, 18-Wheeler Leaves Woman Injured
A woman was taken to a local hospital Wednesday morning after a collision between the pickup truck she was driving and an 18-wheeler in McGregor.
Naked Man Robbed At Gunpoint During Tryst At Local Motel
A man who thought he was going to have sex with a woman at a Waco motel early Wednesday ended up alone, naked and without his wallet and cell phone after two men robbed him at gunpoint.
Proposed Rules Would Require Microchips For All Dogs, Cats
The Waco Animal Welfare Advisory Board is proposing changes to the city's animal ordinance that would require that almost all dogs and cats be spayed or neutered and that all have microchips.
Your News Now
Judge orders mental evaluation for ex-West paramedic
A federal judge has ordered a psychiatric assessment for Bryce Reed, the 31-year-old former West paramedic accused of possessing bomb-making materials, according to the Waco-Tribune Herald .
Jada Davis and Kaitlin Randle are this year's recipients of Franklin Rotary Club scholarships.
Mon May 20, 2013
Search On For Suspect Who Left Two Police Officers Injured
Two Mart police officers were taken to a Waco hospital Sunday evening for treatment of injuries they sustained in a car crash that happened while they were involved in a high speed chase with a suspect.
Sat May 18, 2013
Voice of America
At Least 5 Dead in Texas Fertilizer Plant Explosion
Authorities in Texas say at least five -- possibly as many as 15 -- people have been killed in the southwestern U.S. state as a result of Wednesday's massive explosion at a fertilizer plant.