KWBU Listeners After Hours Meet Up
9:23 am
Wed April 15, 2015

KWBU Meet Up April 16th

  Ever wonder who else listen's to Waco's NPR? Come Find Out!

Join us for our station's first Meet Up this Thursday from 5 - 7pm at Dichotomy Coffee & Spirits. This will be a time to meet and greet your fellow KWBU FM/NPR listeners and share your common interest of favorite KWBU programs and recently heard stories. 

Dichotomy is located at 508 Austin Avenue.  

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Texas News
1:29 pm
Tue April 14, 2015

For San Antonio Police, A Sanctuary Cities Bill Equals A Public Safety Headache]

The term “sanctuary city” took root in 2010 when the State of Arizona passed a law prohibiting local police departments from having policies that said officers would not check a person’s immigration status. Cities with those policies were accused of giving sanction to residents in the country illegally.


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City Council Election
9:21 am
Tue April 14, 2015

First Public Forum for City Council Candidates Sees Engaging Debate

District 2 candidate Jake Russell (left) and District 4 candidates Dillon Meek and Ashley Bean Thornton participate in a public forum held by the Texas Voters Alliance.
Carlos Morales

The three city council seats up for re-election this year are those representing Districts 2, 4 and 5. And as KWBU’s Carlos Morales reports, what was the first public debate for this election saw engaging debate from city council candidates. 

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Art on Elm Avenue
9:24 am
Fri April 10, 2015

Art on Elm Avenue hopes to Spur Revitalization in East Waco

Murals adorn the sides of many Elm Avenue buildings. Jenkins says Elm is a great location for art
Carlos Morales

The fourth annual Art on Elm Avenue will take place this weekend.  The event is a pop-up art exhibit featuring local artists, music and food. It's also attempting to revitalize East Waco in the process.

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Texas Legislature
4:32 pm
Thu April 9, 2015

House Republicans Announce $4.7 Billion Tax Relief Plan

Katie Haughland

House Republicans have announced details of their plan to provide $4.7-billion in tax relief this session. Texas Public Radio’s Ryan Poppe reports budget writers say their plan, unlike the Senate’s, will benefit every Texas family without threatening the state spending cap.


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