Likely stories began as a monthly feature on KWBU but has grown to a regular weekly segment. This week Jim take a look back at the best reads of the last five years. FIVE STARS to Jim McKeown and Likely Stories 5th anniversary.
For several years now, the city of Waco has been trying to make the historic mammoth site a national monument. The city council decided last night to seek executive action from President Obama to make this resolution a reality.
Uber is kind of like a Taxi service, but it uses an app to connect riders with local drivers, who aren’t driving conventional cabs. The program has been available across Texas and the country, but now it’s come to Waco. As KWBU’s Jill Ament reports, Uber gives riders another way to get around town and local drivers another option for earning some money.
A large national debate is circling around how local law enforcement has been able to acquire military grade equipment through the Pentagon’s 1033 program. Local law enforcement can acquire equipment ranging from armored vehicles to bayonets and even grenade launchers. KWBU’s Jill Ament reports on what the McLennan County Sheriff’s Department received through this program over the years.