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Right here in your city, we have a broad selection of local news organizations and stations reporting on the daily happenings throughout the area, from charity events to crime, and so much more. Everyone has their favorite local news provider, but now you can explore all the local news offerings throughout the region in one convenient location.

Our directory has compiled a full list of local news stations and organizations. We have included the address, phone number, website, and driving directions of each station in the region. When you need to report on a story, learn about upcoming events, or simply want to catch up on the latest news in your community, we make finding the information easier than ever before.

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KCEN-TV 9

KCEN-TV 9

Waco, TX

(254) 859-5481

Website

KWBU-TV

KWBU-TV

2100 River St
Waco, TX 76706   Directions

(254) 710-3472

Website

T-Mobile dials into mobile banking
04/19/2019 5:30pm

All kinds of tech companies have been piling into the financial services business lately. Theres Google Pay, Amazon Cash, Apple Pay. Now, T-Mobile is jumping into the fray. This week, the telecom company rolled out T-Mobile Money nationwide. Its basically a digital, mobile checking account. Its the wireless carriers latest effort to distinguish itself from larger rivals AT&T and Verizon. It also could turn out to be an attractive option for lower-income, under-banked consumers.

How the vest became Wall Street's bulletproof armor
04/19/2019 5:20pm

Ever since the rise of Silicon Valley, followed by the financial crisis, the dress code of the finance and technology industries has become more relaxed. Hoodies and jeans are one thing but, lately, tech and finance companies have embraced a different accessory: the vest. Worn over business casual attire, often with a company logo on the right breast, vests are a big part of the way business looks right now. Years ago, it would have been something that you might see worn at Walmart by your greeter, said Susan Scafidi, founder of the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham University School of Law. Scafidi says the vest emerged as the dress code of finance grew more casual in recent years, partly because expensive suits seemed garish after the financial crisis. And when Silicon Valley guys started showing up to meetings in jeans and hoodies, suits looked a little out of place. Goldman Sachs acknowledged what it called the changing nature of workplaces in a recent decision to relax its

Yellow Vest Protesters Still Waiting For France's President To Respond To Demands
04/19/2019 4:43pm

AUDIE CORNISH, HOST: Tomorrow marks 20 years since two gunmen at Columbine High School in Colorado killed 13 people. The incident is still relevant today. This week, the FBI says a woman infatuated with Columbine made credible threats, traveled to the area and bought a gun. From member station KUNC, Leigh Paterson reports that, for the last two decades, schools have taken steps to better protect and care for their students. LEIGH PATERSON, BYLINE: Evan Todd has clear memories of April 20, 1999. He was a sophomore at Columbine High School, goofing off in the library with his friends, throwing wads of paper. EVAN TODD: And then just in an instant... PATERSON: There was an explosion. Smoke. And then pops of gunfire. TODD: As the two murderers got closer, we heard the sounds of the gunshots echoing through the hallways. PATERSON: The killers came into the library and started shooting his classmates execution style. Todd remembers thinking... TODD: Someone with a gun has got to come in here

As Part Of Her Fight Against Anti-Semitism, One Woman Is Inviting Non-Jews To Seder
04/19/2019 4:43pm

AUDIE CORNISH, HOST: Tomorrow marks 20 years since two gunmen at Columbine High School in Colorado killed 13 people. The incident is still relevant today. This week, the FBI says a woman infatuated with Columbine made credible threats, traveled to the area and bought a gun. From member station KUNC, Leigh Paterson reports that, for the last two decades, schools have taken steps to better protect and care for their students. LEIGH PATERSON, BYLINE: Evan Todd has clear memories of April 20, 1999. He was a sophomore at Columbine High School, goofing off in the library with his friends, throwing wads of paper. EVAN TODD: And then just in an instant... PATERSON: There was an explosion. Smoke. And then pops of gunfire. TODD: As the two murderers got closer, we heard the sounds of the gunshots echoing through the hallways. PATERSON: The killers came into the library and started shooting his classmates execution style. Todd remembers thinking... TODD: Someone with a gun has got to come in here

20 Years After The Columbine Shooting, Students And Staff Reflect On What Happened
04/19/2019 4:43pm

AUDIE CORNISH, HOST: Tomorrow marks 20 years since two gunmen at Columbine High School in Colorado killed 13 people. The incident is still relevant today. This week, the FBI says a woman infatuated with Columbine made credible threats, traveled to the area and bought a gun. From member station KUNC, Leigh Paterson reports that, for the last two decades, schools have taken steps to better protect and care for their students. LEIGH PATERSON, BYLINE: Evan Todd has clear memories of April 20, 1999. He was a sophomore at Columbine High School, goofing off in the library with his friends, throwing wads of paper. EVAN TODD: And then just in an instant... PATERSON: There was an explosion. Smoke. And then pops of gunfire. TODD: As the two murderers got closer, we heard the sounds of the gunshots echoing through the hallways. PATERSON: The killers came into the library and started shooting his classmates execution style. Todd remembers thinking... TODD: Someone with a gun has got to come in here

KWKT-TV

KWKT-TV

8803 Woodway Dr
Waco, TX 76712   Directions

(254) 776-3844

Website

KWTX-TV

KWTX-TV

6700 American Plaza
Waco, TX 76712   Directions

(254) 776-1330

Website

KXXV-TV

KXXV-TV

1909 S New Rd
Waco, TX 76711   Directions

(254) 754-2525

Website

Waco Tribune-Herald

Waco Tribune-Herald

900 Franklin Ave
Waco, TX 76702   Directions

(254) 757-5757

Website

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