Drake Lawson, KWTX News 10

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Past articles by Drake:

Waco: Salvation Army offers traditional meal in nontraditional time

Waco’s Salvation Army plans to offer a traditional Christmas meal Friday, but with some changes demanded by circumstances that are anything but traditional. → Read More

COVID-19 death toll rises to more than 200 in McLennan County

The COVID-19 death toll rose to more than 200 Wednesday in McLennan County. → Read More

Waco: Fear of flying not in evidence at Waco Regional Airport

Flights were almost completely booked up Tuesday at Waco Regional Airport, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Bell County opts in to plan to reopen bars

Bell County is opting in to Gov. Greg Abbott’s plan to allow bars to reopen at 50% capacity Wednesday. → Read More

Three more COVID-19 deaths reported in McLennan County

Three more McLennan County residents diagnosed with COVID-19 have died. → Read More

Local high school choir students learn to harmonize from a distance

Some local high school choir students are learning to harmonize from a distance. → Read More

Teachers in one local district work to connect with students in person, online

Teachers in one local school district are working to connect with their students both in person and online. → Read More

Waco: Road closed off after car runs into pole

Police responded to an one vehicle accident Saturday night on New Road and Erath after a car ran into a power pole. → Read More

‘Baby Lives Matter’ mural painted at Planned Parenthood location in Charlotte

The vandalism is being investigated by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department. → Read More

McLennan County reports 81st death from COVID-19

The COVID-19 death toll in McLennan County rose to 81 Tuesday. → Read More

Human trafficking on the rise during COVID-19, local groups say

Human trafficking has been on the rise during the COVID-19 pandemic, local groups say. → Read More

Man displays gun during disturbance at local restaurant

Police were investigating Tuesday after a man pulled a gun during a disturbance at a local restaurant. → Read More

One-vehicle crash in Waco claims 2 lives

A one-vehicle crash in Waco has claimed two lives, police said Monday. → Read More

Local producers have the meat, but where’s the market?

Central Texas producers, faced with falling prices, are hoping for some relief from a new coronavirus aid package. → Read More

‘We run the risk of losing a lot of lives,’ local public health expert says

If Central Texas residents don’t take proper precautions as restaurants, retail stores, salons and barbershops reopen “we run the risk of losing a lot of lives,” a local public health expert says. → Read More

Apartment fire closes lane on busy local street

A fire in a second story apartment at a local complex closed down one lane of a busy street at the start of the lunch hour Thursday. → Read More

As businesses reopen, ‘we will have to be very careful,’ local mayor says

One local mayor said Wednesday he’s concerned about reopening “new segments of the economy” too early after Gov. Greg Abbott issued orders that allow barbershops and hair salons to open for business Friday. → Read More

COVID-19 fears take a toll on mental health in Central Texas

Business closures, layoffs, shelter in place orders and the very real threat of the potentially deadly new coronavirus are taking a toll on the mental health of Central Texas residents. → Read More

Local officials to follow governor’s lead on reopening businesses

Gov. Greg Abbott says he’ll announce a plan next week to reopen the Texas economy in early May and local officials said Wednesday they’ll follow his lead as they reassess stay-at-home orders in effect since mid-March. → Read More

Employee of local H-E-B store tests positive for COVID-19

An employee of a local H-E-B story has tested positive for the new coronaviruis. → Read More