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Charming story of four office workers who approach retirement.

 

 

Doris Miller is one of Waco’s often-overlooked WWII heroes. He was an African American mess man on the U.S.S West Virginia during Pearl Harbor. Fittingly on Pearl Harbor day, Miller’s finally getting a memorial in his honor.


Art in Waco has been hard to find if you didn't know where to look, but now there’s a home for it in Waco’s cultural arts district. December 1st was the grand opening for a dedicated art space in the heart of downtown. Will Burney has more. 


B L O W B A C K

Dec 4, 2017


Michael Hagerty

Knowing what the terms "in network" and "out of network: mean can have a big impact on how much money you spend on medical care in the event of a health issue.  


Santa Claus Is Coming to Waco

Dec 1, 2017
Charla Holmes, Holmes Photographic Art

There’s a time honored tradition of the Christmas season…Santa Claus.  Our Will Burney takes us behind the beard….


Thoroughly enjoyable twenty-first century adaptation of Shakespeare’s King Lear

A neat collection of poetry by an introspective woman.


Jorge Sanhueza-Lyon/KUT

No one likes traffic, but Texans can’t agree how to pay for road improvements that could ease it.


Gabriel Cristóver Pérez/KUT

Central Texas communities are expected to lose some 450 jobs.


In this episode, Nan Holmes hosts a conversation with Wes Allison, CEO of Extraco Event Center. 


Asking "why" can uncover new industries right under your nose, and also be the key to innovation and success.

 


Hung Jury In First Twin Peaks Trial

Nov 11, 2017
Image via Flickr/Eric Rice (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

National Archives


Gothic-like tale of a shabby apartment building and the residents struggling to survive.

 


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