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Pro-Choice supporters rally in downtown Waco

WACO, Texas (KWTX) - In the wake of Roe vs. Wade overturned by the Supreme Court, many in Central Texas have been vocal on both sides when it comes to the decision. Pro-choice supporters rallied this morning at the McLennan Co. Courthouse in downtown against the overturn of abortion rights and to show support for Planned Parenthood.
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Waco PD: No reports have been filed following viral Facebook post

WACO, Texas — Editor's Note | The video above is a segment about Waco police and gun violence in the community. Waco Police Department announced they were aware Friday of a Facebook post showing two alleged homeless individuals who may be attacking residents in the city. The alleged post...
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2023 Baylor QB Commit Austin Novosad Gets Texas A&M Offer

A four-star quarterback prospect who is committed to Baylor has received a scholarship offer from Texas A&M after an official visit. Austin Novosad, who was at Ohio State earlier in June on an official visit, doesn’t appear to be slowing down in assessing the landscape before he signs a scholarship.
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Our Stop For Kolaches At A Texas Interstate Gas Station

It’s understandable if you’ve never heard of a kolache before. We’d never seen them before we started visiting Texas and the first ones we tried were from the local Buc-ee’s. Originally, the kolache was a Czech pastry typically with a fruit filling. Every Eastern European country...
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First Impressions: Waco Surf

My first thought was: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. I’ve never even seen the movie, but that was the prevailing, somewhat unsettling feeling I got as I approached Waco Surf (née BSR Cable Park). Middle of nowhere. Creepy old shacks dotting vast Texas wilderness. The occasional overalls-wearing, tobacco-chewing farmhand side-eying us city folk as we kicked up dust in a flashy green Audi.
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Riding tall: Seniors enjoy benefits of being on horses

Native Texan and former President Lyndon B. Johnson enjoyed it. Former first lady Jackie Kennedy did it all her life, and in the height of COVID-19 two years ago, CNN network caught a picture of Queen Elizabeth doing it at age 94. These historical greats will forever be associated with...
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Humane Society of Central Texas reaches full capacity in summer months

If you're looking to find a four-legged friend then you're in luck! The Humane Society of Central Texas and City of Waco Animal Shelter reached full capacity in medium and large-size dog kennels. Now they are looking for people willing to adopt or foster. They have struggled to stay under...

Destination Central Texas: Waco Mammoth National Monument

WACO, Texas (FOX 44) – In this installment of Destination Central Texas, we are taking a trip back in time! Visitors to the Mammoth National Monument can take in some rare sights. Over 65,000 years ago – yes, you heard that right – this area was dominated by Colombian mammoths and other ice age mammals. […]
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Lakewood Brewing Expands Distribution with Favorite Brands

DALLAS, Texas – Lakewood Brewing Co. has partnered with Favorite Brands Distributing to expand its reach to stores throughout the state. The family-owned independent craft brewery will now have expanded distribution in Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Waco, College Station, and other major central Texas cities. Shelves in stores like HEB, Spec’s, Total Wine & More, Kroger, and Whole Foods will now feature Lakewood’s Temptress – Imperial Milk Stout, Muy Importante – Margarita Lager, and Tangerine Queen – Citrus Wheat, along with seasonal and limited releases like Lakewood’s popular Seduction Series, Watermelon Queen, and the Mechanical Series.
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Summer travel frustrations | Here's how to avoid it

WACO, Texas — It's the busiest time of the year for traveling, but those on the move have been hit with chaos from canceled flights, lost luggage and high prices. Bambi Eskew, the general manager of Allen Samuels House of Travel in Waco, has been in the travel agency industry for 38 years. She says this isn't the first time she has seen this many troubles but it's for different reasons. This time around she believes limited staffing in all departments and areas of travel is one of the prime reasons driving the chaos.
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