Latest Waco, Texas Stories
By Mike Copeland, Waco Tribune-Herald, Texas Feb. 17--It would be impossible to recognize the old Target store at Sanger Avenue and State Highway 6. No bull's-eye signs or shopping carts to be seen.
By Mike Copeland, Waco Tribune-Herald, Texas Oct. 24--McGregor city leaders took an important step Monday night toward filling the Dell call center left vacant after the company's abrupt departure earlier this month.
By Mike Copeland, Waco Tribune-Herald, Texas Sep. 21--City leaders for years have touted Lake Brazos as a shining jewel brimming with development potential, a natural wonder that could draw the masses downtown.
Residents of Waco, Texas, will soon be able to recycle old computers and computer-related equipment.
By Mike Copeland, Waco Tribune-Herald, Texas Feb. 7--What better way to bind a family than enrolling in a welding course? Paul Hopkins and his stepsons, Brandon and Andrew Wayman, did just that.
By Mike Copeland, Waco Tribune-Herald, Texas Nov. 5--Alin Gorgan, of Axtell, had a good job as a union electrician making $22.30 an hour. But something about a new course at Texas State Technical College pulled him in and wouldn't let go.
BRUCEVILLE-EDDY, Texas - An Army helicopter carrying seven soldiers crashed and burned in the fog Monday after hitting a web of support wires on a TV transmission tower whose warning lights had been knocked out in a storm last week, officials said. Everyone aboard was killed.
BRUCEVILLE-EDDY, Texas - A Black Hawk helicopter carrying seven soldiers from Fort Hood crashed Monday in central Texas after hitting a television broadcast tower guy wire, authorities said. Witnesses said they saw four bodies.
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