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In the aftermath of the deadly shooting – which left 20 injured and found 177 jailed on charges of engaging in organized criminal activity, with bonds initially set at $1 million – few details emerged. But now the autopsy reports on the 9 bikers killed during the shootout have been released.

The autopsy reports on the 9 bikers killed during the May 17 Twin Peaks shooting have been released. While the reports detail where the bikers were shot and the number of gunshot wounds, a ballistics report wasn't included with the released autopsies. 

Jim McKeown

Novel of a sometimes sympathetic curmudgeon.

Heat-safety Tips for the Dog Days of Summer

Aug 11, 2015
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This week temperatures in Waco reached as high as 106, the highest it's been so far this summer. With the first heat advisory of August, the National Weather Service offers some tips to beat the heat. 

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The Waco Police Department have identified the victim of a fatal shooting that took place this weekend.

There's plenty to do this week and Act Locally Waco director Ashley Bean Thornton is back in the KWBU studio to give us the latest on what's happening in the Heart of Texas. This week marked the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act and in this episode we'll talk about some related events happening around town. 

Jim McKeown

Ishiguro mines fragments from Beowulf, Le Morte D’Arthur, and dragon-lore in this adventure tale.

Cake and Kale

Today, the U.S. 5th circuit court of Appeals ruled that Texas’ voter identification law violates the Voting Rights Act.

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Critics are calling on Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton to step down following indictments that he defrauded a client.  Texas Public Radio’s Ryan Poppe takes a look at the case brought against former Attorney General Jim Mattox in the 1980s, and how it compares to Paxton today.