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Woman hospitalized in drive-by shooting

WACO, Texas (FOX 44) – A woman is in the hospital after a drive-by shooting in Waco. Police officers responded to the 2900 Block of Morrow Avenue just before 3:00 a.m. Sunday. When officers arrived, they found a woman with a gunshot wound, and she was transported to the hospital with serious injuries. She is currently in stable condition.
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First-Ever All-Black, All-Female News Anchor Team Unveiled By Texas TV Station

*KCEN on Monday, May 2, introduced a new lineup for “Texas Today“ that consisted of three Black women. With this, the news station which is affiliated with NBC has made history as the first news outlet to have an all-Black and all-female team of news anchors, according to a My San Antonio report. The station serves Waco, Temple, Killeen, and the vicinity.

Woman shot after early morning drive-by shooting in Waco

WACO, TX (FOX44)- Waco Police officers responded to a drive by shooting in the 2900 Block of Morrow just before 3:00 a.m. When officers arrived they located a woman with a gunshot wound and she was transported to the hospital with serious injuries and is currently in stable condition. Officers...

Restaurant Report Card for Central Texas: 5.12.22

(KWTX) - Here is this week’s Restaurant Report Card for Central Texas:. IHOP at 170 East Central Texas Expressway in Harker Heights got an 89 on a recent inspection. According to the food safety worker, a tomato was not kept cool enough so it had to be thrown out.
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Texas ranch offers exotic wildlife, 'grand safari' experience in the Lone Star State

This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate. Approximately 20 miles from Waco, the Blue Hills Ranch in McGregor, Texas is a 150-acre animal sanctuary featuring a number of exotic wildlife species. The location offers guests a 'grand safari' experience and one-on-one animal encounters in the middle of the Lone Star State.

Waco home listings for people who need a lot of living space

Luxurious living is perfectly married with nature in this distinguished custom home built by the Alford Company. Nestled among the trees on four wildlife managed acres, this property offers both peace and privacy. A grand entry with beams and double doors leads you into an open, streamlined floor plan that makes use of every square foot possible. The main living area, anchored by a floor to ceiling gas fireplace, features ample natural light and stunning views provided by the many windows. You'll enjoy the many extra custom features located in the kitchen such as the prep sink, pot filler, professional grade gas stove with griddle, and large chef's pantry. The dining area is equipped to handle seating for ten plus and a wine closet is located nearby with storage for all your favorite bottles. The Northeast corner of the home encompasses the over-sized laundry, home office, and a second, more secluded living area with vaulted ceilings and picture windows. Two oversized bedrooms complete with their own en suites, and another isolated bedroom is located near a full bath for guests. The primary suite is a dream come true with tall trayed ceilings, a sitting area, and a gas fireplace that creates the coziest atmosphere to fall asleep in. The en suite is reminiscent of a high-end spa and includes a wet room with whirlpool tub, hand shower and rain head, custom cabinetry with display lighting, an exercise studio, and its own private patio. The large covered back porch, and sun patio are perfect for entertaining, or just watching the wildlife that is your backyard. A wildlife conservation property tax exemption is yet another perk of owning this extraordinary property! The search for your dream home ends at 235 Lost Creek.

Fishing report

SLOW. Water stained; 66-70 degrees; 2.91 feet low. Bass are good to 5.50 pounds on crankbaits and swimbaits in 1-10 feet of water. Fish are in all stages of the spawn. Crappie are good to 1.75 pounds on minnows and jigs from 1-15 feet of water on the banks and around lighted docks. White bass are good to 2 pounds on an assortment of moving baits along the shallows and under the lights.

Free Hawaiian Falls ticket for Waco-area educators

WACO, Texas (FOX 44) – As a special thank you to educators this summer, Hawaiian Falls Waco is offering a free day ticket and up to four half-price tickets for family members ($17.99 each for 48” and taller; $12.99 for under 48” tall vs reg. price $35.99 each for 48” and taller; $25.99 for under 48” tall.)