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Activists say Latino voters have no say in who sits on Texas’ highest courts.

On this episode, Derek Smith talks with Dr. Kevin Pinney - Professor of Chemistry, Bio-Chemistry and Cancer Researcher at Baylor University. 

Joe Riley

Nan Holmes leads this weeks conversation with Sherry Williams, Director of the Waco - McLennan County Public Health District. 

Mysterious story influenced by “Steam Punk” set in Victorian period and Japan

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Frontage roads, and the ability to use them to make a U-turn on the highway, make driving easier in Texas, and save gas, too.

What Happens If a Texas Election Ends in a Tie?

Jan 5, 2018
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The Constitution specifies the “casting of lots” in tied state House and Senate races.

Interesting and powerful novel of the youngest of the Brontë sisters.

A selection of interesting and eclectic titles for 2018

Humorous story of a woman who tries to escape her past by running away to Maine.

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The state is likely to oppose much of the court's roadmap for improving foster care.

Michael Hagerty

The move toward increased efficiency and greater specialization in patient care has given rise to a new type of physician who make their office solely at the patient's bedside. 

In a ceremony yesterday, on the 76th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, Wacoans gathered to remember Doris Miller and unveil a new statue in his honor.

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.