- n a city in east central Texas
News & Articles
- Waco One Step Closer For New Pet Ordinance
Waco pet owners may soon be forced to spay, neuter and microchip their pets. The Waco Animal Welfare Advisory Board is one step closer to approving a new pet ordinance when they meet on Wednesday.
June 12, 2013 - KXXV Waco
- Pekin softball picks up sweep of WACO
PACKWOOD — The Pekin softball team took two very different routes to the win column Monday, coming from behind to earn a 7-6 win from WACO before shelling the visiting Warriors 17-0 in a three-inning nightcap. The doubleheader appeared destined for a much different result when the host Panthers trailed 6-4 with two outs in the opener’s seventh inning. But thanks to a freshman, Pekin stormed back ...
June 11, 2013 - The Fairfield Ledger
- Waco healthcare network lays off 52 employees
Providence Healthcare Network in Waco will lay off 52 of the employees. This is 2% of their staff.
June 10, 2013 - KXXV Waco
- Chet Edwards in KWTX
The Waco VA and Ft. Hood are uniquely positioned to conduct world-class research with the Department of Defense and Texas A&M to find improved treatments and cures for veterans suffering from mental illness and post traumatic stress disorder,...
- President Bush in Slate
As a Bush ally told the press, "You can't ask people in Dallas for $20 million until they can be sure the library won't be in Waco."
- Dick Morris in Media Matters for America
Morris said that his story had "never been said before," and went on to say: "I know that he told me -- Clinton told me -- that I couldn't not appoint Reno because she would have turned on me over Waco. That's the phrase he used."