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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

(254) 859-5481

Waco, TX

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KWBU-TV
KWBU-TV

(254) 710-3472

2100 River St
Waco, TX 76706   Directions

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To Remember The Moment, Try Taking Fewer Photos
08/05/2021 1:01pm

The sun is setting at the end of a gorgeous day at the beach the light is just right, illuminating your kids faces as they play in the waves. You reach for your phone because you want to remember this perfect moment. But before you do, heres a bit of surprising science that avid photo-takers need to know: Taking photos is not the perfect memory retention tool you think it is. Snapping too many pictures could actually harm our brains ability to retain memories, says Elizabeth Loftus, a psychological science professor at the University of California, Irvine. So you get the photo, but kind of lose the memory. It works in one of two ways, Loftus explains: We either offload the responsibility of remembering moments when we take a picture of them or were so distracted by the process of taking a photo, we miss the moment altogether. But photo-takers, dont despair just yet. If youre more intentional about the photos you take, they can actually help you capture that moment youre hoping

As China Cracks Down, Hong Kong Residents In The U.S. Have Been Given Temporary Haven
08/05/2021 1:00pm

The White House is granting Hong Kong residents who are in the U.S. temporary safe haven, letting them remain and work in the country for at least 18 months without fear of deportation. The move, announced Thursday, comes in response to Chinas imposition of a national security law in Hong Kong that severely curbs free speech and the right to protest guaranteed by the agreement that handed back the city to Beijing in 1997 after a century of British rule. Under the rule change , the Department of Homeland Security will temporarily defer removal from the U.S. of Hong Kong residents who wish to remain. White House press secretary Jen Psaki said in statement that it was meant to show strong support for people in Hong Kong in the face of ongoing repression by the Peoples Republic of China. Given the politically motivated arrests and trials, the silencing of the media, and the diminishing the space for elections and democratic opposition, we will continue to take steps in support of

Winter Is Coming: The Beijing 2022 Olympics Start In Fewer Than 6 Months
08/05/2021 12:15pm

Were still in the final days of the Tokyo Summer Olympics but thanks to the one-year delay of these Games, the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics are now fewer than six months away. All venues and facilities for Beijing 2022 are close to complete, organizers said in a recent update. Those structures range from luge tracks and skating rinks to snowboard courses. The 12 ice and snow venues are scattered between Beijing and neighboring Hebei province, which includes a large mountain resort. Test events were held at those venues this year to fine-tune them for competition, organizers said. While many facilities are brand-new, some may look familiar : The famous Water Cube that hosted Olympic swimming in 2008, for instance, is now the Ice Cube, to host curling. The coronavirus will once again affect the Olympics With the COVID-19 pandemic showing few signs of abating, Beijing Olympics officials are working to make improvements based on epidemic prevention and control policies, said Liu

Powerful U.S. Labor Leader Richard Trumka Dies
08/05/2021 11:55am

Updated August 5, 2021 at 2:12 PM ET Richard Trumka, the longtime head of the powerful AFL-CIO union and a close ally of Democratic Party leaders, has died. He was 72. President Biden called Trumka a very close friend, in brief remarks to White House reporters Thursday. He said Trumka died while on a camping trip with family. The labor movement, the AFL-CIO and the nation lost a legend today, the 12.5-million-member organization said in announcing his passing. Rich Trumka devoted his life to working people, from his early days as president of the United Mine Workers of America to his unparalleled leadership as the voice of Americas labor movement. Liz Shuler, the secretary-treasurer of the federation, wrote on Twitter that even as the AFL-CIO mourns Trumkas death, we will stand on his shoulders to continue the fight for workers, and for the fair and just society he believed in so passionately. We will honor his legacy with action. Trumka had led the AFL-CIO since 2009. He was

Listen To New Music Inspired By Karate's Olympic Debut
08/05/2021 11:02am

KATA: Cimatica Remota from Gene Coleman on Vimeo . Composer Gene Coleman , a Guggenheim-winning luminary in the worlds of experimental film and avant-garde music, is more the type to show up for a residency at a prestigious music festival rather than at the Olympics. Im not a big sports person, he confesses. But Coleman grew up in a small Wisconsin village where he was transfixed by the Bruce Lee movies he saw on TV, and taught himself karate out of books as a kid. After the International Olympic Committee voted in 2016 to bring karate to the Toyko Games, Coleman was invited by the Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission to compose a soundscape of music to celebrate the decision. Colemans creation is called KATA, after the elegantly choreographed patterns of movements practiced by martial artists. If youre a beginning karate student, you learn kata, Coleman explains. And those kata contain all the movements that that particular style of karate is composed of. Its like music, and

KWKT-TV
KWKT-TV

(254) 776-3844

8803 Woodway Dr
Waco, TX 76712   Directions

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KWTX-TV
KWTX-TV

(254) 776-1330

6700 American Plaza
Waco, TX 76712   Directions

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KXXV-TV
KXXV-TV

(254) 754-2525

1909 S New Rd
Waco, TX 76711   Directions

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Waco Tribune-Herald
Waco Tribune-Herald

(254) 757-5757

900 Franklin Ave
Waco, TX 76702   Directions

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Nurses - The Heart of Health Care
12/29/2020 10:34am

Were excited to honor extraordinary nurses in our area who go above and beyond to deliver compassionate care. In unprecedented times and with the added strain of COVID-19, this year we celebrate nurses who put others first and have made

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