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Recent articles by Andrew:

First Lady Cecilia Abbott launches new 'Can You See Me?' anti-human trafficking campaign

First Lady of Texas, Cecilia Abbott, announced a new campaign against human trafficking in the state of Texas on Thursday. → Read More

City of Waco set to consider options for Lions Park

The fencing is down and the amusement park is gone. Waco Lions Park, once home to 'Kiddieland', is open once again. → Read More

Buc-ee's breaks ground on new Hillsboro location

Buc-ee's development team broke ground on its new Hillsboro location on Tuesday afternoon and is set to bring at least 200 jobs to the area. → Read More

Marlin ISD honored as 'demonstration district' by Texas Alliance of Black School Educators

Nearly four years after it faced a shutdown and loss of accreditation by the Texas Education Agency, Marlin ISD is receiving statewide honors as it turns an academic corner. → Read More

Ascension Providence celebrates 10 years of robotic-assisted surgery

Since the program began in 2013, the program has grown and has given patients access to robotic surgeries almost 4,500 times. → Read More

Tru Jamaica reopens as temporary food truck on Baylor campus after fire

After a fire destroyed Tru Jamaica in December, the restaurant officially reopened as a food truck on the Baylor campus this week. → Read More

After two-year hiatus, MLK candlelight vigil returns in-person to Waco

The 37th annual vigil was the first to be held in person in two years due to COVID-19 precautions. → Read More

Students visit new G.W. Carver Middle School construction site, speak with crews

Indian Spring and G.W. Carver Middle School students visited the construction site of their new school on Thursday morning. → Read More

Bell County set to sue Killeen over marijuana ordinance

Bell County commissioners voted to move forward with a lawsuit over the 'Proposition A' ordinance at the end of the year. → Read More

Central Texas Homeless Coalition looking for volunteers for 'point in time' count

The Central Texas Homeless Coalition is looking for volunteers to assist in a multi-county effort to assess the size of the homeless population. → Read More

Academy ISD proposes four-day school week to attract staff

A Central Texas school district is considering a four-day school week amidst a nationwide struggle to recruit staff. → Read More

Human remains found near Baylor campus

The Waco Fire Department says they are doing a technical rescue on a body found in a ravine at South 9th Street and Jack Kultgen. → Read More

G.W. Carver Middle School on track to reopen this fall: Waco ISD

After a fire destroyed the school in the summer of 2021, G.W. Carver Middle School is on track to open to students this fall, according to Waco ISD. → Read More

Tetens takes over as McLennan County District Attorney, faces thousands of backlogged cases

McLennan County's new criminal district attorney, Josh Tetens, took office this week and is beginning to tackle a large number of backlogged cases. → Read More

New year means new laws & new legislative session in Texas

Several new state laws took effect on Jan. 1, just days before a new legislative session begins in Austin. → Read More

City of Bellmead explores options to improve drainage for residents, business owners

When it rains it floods for many in Bellmead, even brief rain causes issues for some in the city. Now the city is looking at a flat rate to charge home and business owners to improve drainage. → Read More

Central Texans react to Brittney Griner's return to U.S.

From Baylor's campus to local LGBTQ+ advocacy groups, emotions are running high as Brittney Griner is released from Russian prison. → Read More

Killeen City Council gives go-ahead to amended marijuana ordinance

The council approved the ordinance voted on in Proposition A, but removed one controversial section. → Read More

'Waco Wonderland' returns to downtown Waco this weekend: Here's what you need to know

Waco Wonderland is making its return to downtown Waco this weekend. The annual holiday celebration will run Friday night through Sunday afternoon in Heritage Square. → Read More

Central Texas shelter for youth trafficking victims receives award from governor's office

The Hope Shelter provides emergency services to sex trafficking victims ages 13 to 17. It's set to continue the operation thanks to a $100,000 grant from the Office of the Governor. → Read More