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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

NPR Identifies 4th Attacker In Civil Rights-Era Cold Case
06/17/2019 11:54pm

An NPR investigation has uncovered new evidence in a prominent unsolved murder case from the civil rights era, including the identity of an attacker who admitted his involvement but was never charged. The murder of Boston minister James Reeb in 1965 drew national attention at the time and spurred passage of the Voting Rights Act, which outlawed the Jim Crow voting practices that had disenfranchised millions of black Americans. The case remains officially unsolved. Three men charged in 1965 with attacking Reeb and two other ministers on a street corner in Selma, Ala., were acquitted by an all-white jury. But a four-year NPR investigation, led by Alabama-based reporters Chip Brantley and Andrew Beck Grace, found an eyewitness to the attack who has never spoken publicly about what she saw. She said the three men acquitted in the case Elmer Cook, William Stanley Hoggle and Namon ONeal Duck Hoggle were, in fact, the men who attacked Reeb. That witness, Frances Bowden, also described

Pentagon Sending 1,000 More U.S. Troops To Middle East
06/17/2019 11:54pm

The Defense Department announced it is deploying 1,000 more U.S. troops to the Middle East for defensive purposes amid growing tensions with Iran. Acting U.S. Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan said Monday in a statement that the action, meant to address air, naval, and ground-based threats, comes after a request from the U.S. Central Command CENTCOM for additional forces. The Trump administration has blamed Iran for a series of attacks on oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman. The recent Iranian attacks validate the reliable, credible intelligence we have received on hostile behavior by Iranian forces and their proxy groups that threaten United States personnel and interests across the region, Shanahan said. The statement did not mention the type of personnel being deployed. Officials told NPR that the troops are primarily intelligence, reconnaissance and surveillance ISR force protection and engineers. The announcement is the latest in a series of deployments of additional

Texas Cracks Down On Surprise Medical Billing
06/17/2019 6:14pm

Copyright 2019 NPR. To see more, visit AUDIE CORNISH, HOST: Texas is now among more than a dozen states that have cracked down on surprise medical bills. Governor Greg Abbott signed a law late last week. It aims to shield patients from huge bills when the insurance company and the hospital cant agree on payment. Ashley Lopez of member station KUT reports from Austin. ASHLEY LOPEZ, BYLINE: High school history teacher Drew Calvers life is fairly normal now. DREW CALVER: Susanna ph. LOPEZ: He and his wife, Erin, are trying to track down goggles as they get their two young daughters ready for swim lessons. UNIDENTIFIED CHILD: Singing We are piranhas... LOPEZ: But two years ago, Drew had a dangerous heart attack. And even though he had health insurance, Drew ended up with a $109,000 bill from the hospital because the hospital he went to in Austin was out of network. Calvers wife, Erin, says she was shocked because it was an emergency. ERIN CALVER: I guess we never thought something

Bishops In Amazon Region To Debate Whether Married Men Might Join Priesthood
06/17/2019 6:12pm

Copyright 2019 NPR. To see more, visit AUDIE CORNISH, HOST: Texas is now among more than a dozen states that have cracked down on surprise medical bills. Governor Greg Abbott signed a law late last week. It aims to shield patients from huge bills when the insurance company and the hospital cant agree on payment. Ashley Lopez of member station KUT reports from Austin. ASHLEY LOPEZ, BYLINE: High school history teacher Drew Calvers life is fairly normal now. DREW CALVER: Susanna ph. LOPEZ: He and his wife, Erin, are trying to track down goggles as they get their two young daughters ready for swim lessons. UNIDENTIFIED CHILD: Singing We are piranhas... LOPEZ: But two years ago, Drew had a dangerous heart attack. And even though he had health insurance, Drew ended up with a $109,000 bill from the hospital because the hospital he went to in Austin was out of network. Calvers wife, Erin, says she was shocked because it was an emergency. ERIN CALVER: I guess we never thought something

Brands Push Back On Partnering With Social Media Influencers
06/17/2019 6:12pm

Copyright 2019 NPR. To see more, visit AUDIE CORNISH, HOST: Texas is now among more than a dozen states that have cracked down on surprise medical bills. Governor Greg Abbott signed a law late last week. It aims to shield patients from huge bills when the insurance company and the hospital cant agree on payment. Ashley Lopez of member station KUT reports from Austin. ASHLEY LOPEZ, BYLINE: High school history teacher Drew Calvers life is fairly normal now. DREW CALVER: Susanna ph. LOPEZ: He and his wife, Erin, are trying to track down goggles as they get their two young daughters ready for swim lessons. UNIDENTIFIED CHILD: Singing We are piranhas... LOPEZ: But two years ago, Drew had a dangerous heart attack. And even though he had health insurance, Drew ended up with a $109,000 bill from the hospital because the hospital he went to in Austin was out of network. Calvers wife, Erin, says she was shocked because it was an emergency. ERIN CALVER: I guess we never thought something

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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