TX Appeals Court Throws Out Conviction Of Waco Man On Death Row Texas' highest criminal court has thrown out the conviction of a Waco man sent to death row for the ambush slayings of two men outside a Waco apartment complex in March 2011.
Baylor Settles With 2 Women Who Reported Sexual AssaultsTwo women who reported being gang-raped by Baylor University football players have reached a settlement with the school, which has been hammered by months of criticism that it ignored or mishandled assault claims for years.
Baylor Associate AD Arrested For Alleged Assault Of ReporterA Baylor University Associate Athletic Director was arrested for allegedly attacking a journalist.
Motley Nets 17 Points As Baylor Upsets No. 4 Oregon 66-49Johnathan Motley and the Baylor Bears got quite an early-season confidence boost -- their first-ever non-conference home win over a top-five opponent.
Baylor QB Russell Having Surgery After Gruesome Ankle InjuryThe school announced the decision Sunday, but didn't say when the senior quarterback would have the surgery that will force him to miss the regular season.
Jeff Bridges Film Role Inspired By Texas Sheriff's LifeAs a tough-as-nails Texas lawman who brought serial killers to justice, Parnell McNamara has led an amazing life that even inspired a role in the recent Jeff Bridges film "Hell or High Water."
Baylor Fans Still Supporting Art Briles Should Be Ashamed Of ThemselvesThe campaign to bring back the disgraced football coach needs to stop.
Attorneys Sing About The Dangers Of Getting Busted With Marijuana Edibles In TexasThe law firm Hutson & Harris of Waco put together a funny and informative song about the consequence of getting busted with 'Pot Brownies' in Texas.
No. 13 Baylor Still Big 12 Contender, Faces TCUBaylor's playoffs hopes are in bad shape after its first loss, but the Bears still control their fate for a third Big 12 title in four seasons.
No. 8 Baylor Opens 'Gauntlet' Of Schedule With TexasThe Bears are 6-0 for the fourth consecutive year and have played exactly one team -- Oklahoma State -- with a winning record.
Judge Refuses To Remove Prosecutor In Waco Biker ShootingsA judge has refused to disqualify a Central Texas district attorney who's prosecuting more than 150 bikers indicted in last year's deadly gun battle at a Waco restaurant.
Biker In Waco Shootout Dies In Motorcycle CrashA motorcyclist killed in a crash as he was speeding away from police on what authorities said was a stolen bike has been identified as one of the bikers indicted in the deadly May 2015 shooting at a Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco.

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