Trump's Cuba Policy Changes Could Mean Lost Opportunities for Texas

The Port of Houston stands to benefit from increased energy and agricultural trade with Cuba, if and when Congress lifts the U.S. embargo on the island nation.

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Creating Eureka Moments

Apr 17, 2014


Kissing Frogs

Apr 17, 2014
Ramona McKeown

Mr. Penumbra’s 24-hour Bookstore 

 A computer geek, a gnomic bookstore owner, and several friends go on an epic journey of discovery in this hard to close for the night adventure/mystery.

Movers and Shakers

Apr 17, 2014

Learn the signposts of successful entrepreneurs to see opportunities when others don't.

Servant Leadership

Apr 17, 2014

Humble managers create a work environment that fosters staff loyalty and better customer service. 

  The Lover 

Marguerite Duras weaves a semi-autobiographical tale of a young, French girl in French Indo-China after World War II

President Obama Memorializes Fallen Fort Hood Soldiers

Apr 10, 2014
Ryland Barton / KWBU News

President Obama delivered the names of the soldiers behind a three rifles, three helmets and three pairs of boots—symbolizing the fallen servicemen.

Rapoport Academy Renovates Old Paul Quinn Building

Apr 4, 2014
Matthew Rutledge via Creative Commons

Waco’s Rapoport Academy is renovating an old building on its campus. It’s one of the first projects in the Texas Main Street development along East Waco’s Elm Avenue. The school is financing the project with a mix of private donations and help from the city.

Fort Hood Shooter Kills 3, Himself, Injures 16

Apr 3, 2014
Ryland Barton / KWBU News

Four are dead and 16 are injured after a soldier went on a shooting rampage at Fort Hood military base yesterday afternoon. The shooter took his own life after a brief standoff with military police. Officials say the man used a gun bought off-base.

Initial reports of the shooting were foggy. Yvonne Frate, a middle school teacher at Fort Hood, said she had just driven off the base when she saw police cars racing in.

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Events June 16 - 22

A murder mystery dinner theatre, Waco Walks, Juneteenth events, WILD WEDNESDAYS, lunch with a legend, and a local production of Hairspray are a few things happening this week in Waco.

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Saturday at 11am with encores Sunday at 10am and 7pm

Saturdays at 10am

Encore Sunday at 1pm