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Past articles by Alex:

Dad jumps into action to shield son from angry rodeo bull

A father in central Texas is being celebrated after he jumped into the ring at a rodeo earlier this month to save his son from a raging bull. → Read More

Dad jumps into action to shield son from angry rodeo bull

A father in central Texas is being celebrated after he jumped into the ring at a rodeo earlier this month to save his son from a raging bull. → Read More

Dad jumps into action to shield son from angry rodeo bull

A father in central Texas is being celebrated after he jumped into the ring at a rodeo earlier this month to save his son from a raging bull. → Read More

Dad jumps into action to shield son from angry rodeo bull

A father in central Texas is being celebrated after he jumped into the ring at a rodeo earlier this month to save his son from a raging bull. → Read More

Dad jumps into action to shield son from angry rodeo bull

A father in central Texas is being celebrated after he jumped into the ring at a rodeo earlier this month to save his son from a raging bull. → Read More

Dad jumps into action to shield son from angry rodeo bull

A father in central Texas is being celebrated after he jumped into the ring at a rodeo earlier this month to save his son from a raging bull. → Read More

Dad jumps into action to shield son from angry rodeo bull

A father in central Texas is being celebrated after he jumped into the ring at a rodeo earlier this month to save his son from a raging bull. → Read More

Dad jumps into action to shield son from angry rodeo bull

A father in central Texas is being celebrated after he jumped into the ring at a rodeo earlier this month to save his son from a raging bull. → Read More

Dad jumps into action to shield son from angry rodeo bull

A father in central Texas is being celebrated after he jumped into the ring at a rodeo earlier this month to save his son from a raging bull. → Read More

Dad jumps into action to shield son from angry rodeo bull

A father in central Texas is being celebrated after he jumped into the ring at a rodeo earlier this month to save his son from a raging bull. → Read More

Dad jumps into action to shield son from angry rodeo bull

A father in central Texas is being celebrated after he jumped into the ring at a rodeo earlier this month to save his son from a raging bull. → Read More

Army Veteran finally returns home after long battle with COVID

A Central Texas veteran is finally returning hone after an extremely long battle against COVID-19. → Read More

Parents and teachers react to SAT switching to shorter online format

The SAT will officially transition from a paper and pencil format to a shorter test online by 2024. → Read More

New mother fights for life against COVID, despite being vaccinated

After giving birth to her son, Beau and returning home, both were sent back to the hospital a few days later for shortness of breath, only for her to be intubated and experience a double Pneumothorax where both lungs collapse. → Read More

New mother fights for life against COVID, despite being vaccinated

After giving birth to her son, Beau and returning home, both were sent back to the hospital a few days later for shortness of breath, only for her to be intubated and experience a double Pneumothorax where both lungs collapse. → Read More

Questions about mask mandates start as Omicron cases rise

After a Travis County court ruled that Governor Greg Abbott can not impose a ban on local government mask mandates, many are wondering what this could mean with Omicron cases rising in Central Texas. → Read More

Local store prepares for Baylor win in the Sugar Bowl

With many fans ready to see Baylor come out on top against Ole Miss in the Sugar Bowl, some are wondering how the championship t-shirts are available so quickly. → Read More

30,000 military troops remain unvaccinated after mandate deadline passes

With the military COVID vaccine mandate deadline in the rearview mirror, there are still 12,000 service members across the military that remain unvaccinated. → Read More

Waco city council approves funding for new Baylor basketball facility

The Waco city council unanimously approved a move that will bring them one step closer to a new men’s and women’s basketball facility Tuesday. → Read More

Killeen: Local community hopes to stop thief from stealing in their neighborhoods

A Central Texas family lost valuable items and their car the day before Thanksgiving to a thief that has not yet been caught. Now, they and the community are hoping authorities can stop this person of interest. → Read More