Killen ISD Students Return After Winter Storm Uri
It's been a turbulent year for Central Texas students with the ongoing pandemic, and last week's winter storm didn't help.
Gov. Abbott Evaluating When Texas Could End Mask Mandates
In a press conference Thursday, Governor Greg Abbott commented on when he thinks the time will come for Texas to return to normal.
Gov. Abbott demands answers over winterization of energy systems
Governor Greg Abbott called out the Electric Reliability Council of Texas this Thursday in a press conference concerning the mass blackouts during this winter storm.
Water updates for surrounding cities in Bell County
The boil water notice for Temple has been lifted. Belton has moved to a Stage 2 drought situation. Harker Heights has opened a water refilling station for residents.
Gov. Greg Abbot in Talks To Ease Up on COVID-19 Restrictions
Abbott announced in a press conference late last week that he plans to begin loosening Covid-19 restrictions if downward hospitalization trends continue.
CTC Announces Black History Month Movie Lineup
Central Texas College will be playing a series of selection films on campus in honor of Black History Month.
In Person STAAR Testing Still Required Despite Pandemic
Students will be required to take in person STAAR testing this year, but it will not matter as much. Here's why.
Scott & White Shake-Up Aimed at Cutting Costs for Medical Jobs
New restructuring is occurring within Baylor Scott & White Health and will affect about 1,700 jobs in the form of transfers within and outside the company.
7 tons of waste removed from Waco homeless camps
This Wednesday September 21st, local authorities from McLennan County removed about seven tons of trash and human waste from a group of campsites on Franklin Avenue in Waco.