Estephany Escobar, KXXV News Channel 25

Estephany Escobar

KXXV News Channel 25

Waco, TX, United States

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Past articles by Estephany:

Mom recommends CPR training after daughter experienced near drowning

A Lorena mother is sharing her story to encourage other adults to become certified in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). → Read More

Health district launches initiative to encourage workplace wellness

A new program is rewarding workplaces in McLennan County that promote wellness. → Read More

CTX student wins third-place award at international science and engineering fair

A Midway ISD student won third place in an international science fair earlier this month for a project that aims to limit antibiotic resistance. → Read More

CTX libraries offer free summer programs for children

Several Central Texas libraries, including Hewitt, Waco and Temple, are offering reading programs this summer. → Read More

Solar farm to come to Robinson this fall

A new business in Robinson is expected to provide an economy boost. → Read More

Proposed bill would increase vehicle registration fees to fund transportation projects

A proposed bill in the Texas Legislature would allow to counties with 190,000 residents, such as Brazos County, to collect additional funding from vehicle registration fees to use toward transportation projects. → Read More

McLennan County to add treatment courts for veteran inmates, inmates with mental illness

McLennan County will add two specialty courts this summer to provide resources to inmates who are veterans or have a mental illness. → Read More

Law enforcement agencies to honor fallen officers during annual ceremony

Law enforcement agencies in Central Texas are honoring officers who died in the line of duty. → Read More

City of Waco celebrates benefits of tourism during National Travel and Tourism Week

During National Travel and Tourism week, the City of Waco is celebrating the economic boost tourism has brought to the city in recent years. → Read More

Pet Adoption Center asks for information on found emaciated dog

The Harker Heights Pet Adoption Center is seeking for information regarding a neglected animal found last Wednesday. → Read More

Harker Heights starts animal abuser registry

Starting Friday, Harker Heights will have an animal abuser registry that will prevent people convicted of animal cruelty from keeping an animal for a few years. → Read More

Scooter and bike rentals are coming to Waco

A scooter and bike rental pilot program will launch in Waco this summer. After several companies submitted requests for proposals to the city, staff selected Gotcha as the vendor for the program. The company will bring 50 bikes and 50 scooters to the city in June that users will be able to rent through a phone app. "I think a shared mobility program with e-bikes and e-scooters will be a good… → Read More

Central Texas women veterans featured in exhibit

AUSTIN, TX — The Texas Veterans Commission featured 30 women from around the state in a photo exhibit that was displayed in the state capital last month. The "I Am Not Invisible" exhibit aims to highlight their service and let other women veterans know about the benefits available to them. Texas Veterans Commission Veteran Entrepreneur Manager Anna Baker, who was featured in the exhibit, said… → Read More

TxDOT conducts survey ahead of reconstruction of interstate

The Texas Department of Transportation launched an online survey this month ahead of the reconstruction of I-35 in Waco. → Read More

Layout of future Waco Downtown Farmers Market location finalized

After two public meetings, the developers behind the riverfront project finalized the layout of the future space for the Waco Downtown Farmers Market. → Read More

Memorial planned for woman killed after a rock was thrown from an overpass in Temple

Temple police want to know who threw a rock off a railroad overpass Saturday night, resulting in the death of a 33-year old woman. → Read More

Fire department adds new tools to assist with rescuing people in trapped vehicles

The Waco Fire Department now has new tools that will make it faster to rescue people who are trapped in cars after crashes. → Read More

Jury finds former Baylor football player Shawn Oakman not guilty

On Thursday, prosecutors rested their case in the sexual assault trial of a former football player after calling several witnesses to the stand, including the alleged victim in the case. → Read More

Online petition aims to delay decision on changing one-way stree

A petition is now circulating online aiming to delay the decision on changing traffic flow on one way streets in downtown Waco, such as Washington Avenue. The petition can be found on the One Way F... → Read More

Community rallies behind four-year-old battling cancer

A community rallies for a four-year-old from Hubbard who is battling cancer. Parker Spearman was diagnosed with leukemia in Jan. 19 after being sick for months. → Read More