Martin Do Nascimento/KUT

Those who want to enroll must do so by December 15.

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Miguel Gutierrez Jr./KUT

Texas is taking its first steps to bring down the state's maternal mortality rate.

Business of Health Care: Employer Insurance

Sep 29, 2017
Michael Hagerty

Have you ever wondered why health insurance is typically tied to employment? It's an interesting story and a story with north Texas roots

Events Sept 22 - Sept 28

Sep 22, 2017

It's the first week of fall and there is plenty to do in Waco.   From the Waco Hispanic and Senior Resource Fair, The Two Become One Bridal Expo, Casa 101,  the House and Family Lecture Series, and more.  Hear about it in this edition of Act Locally Waco. 

On this episode of the Central Texas Leadership Series:  Ashley Allison, Executive Director of the Waco Foundation.  Hosting the conversation is Felicia Goodman, Executive Director of the Cooper Foundation.  

Downtown Depot - Marshall Stewman

Sep 15, 2017

Austin Meek of talks with Alton Patton about the upcoming production of "The Fertile River", and picks Marshall Stewman's brain.  

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Neil deGrasse Tyson’s book will open many new vistas to the casual and curious reader.

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Businesses have a moral imperative to see employees as more than a commodity sourced at cheap cost.


As Harvey continues to bring heavy rain to the Texas coast it's effects are beginning to be seen in McLennan county. Some gas stations have reported shortages as refineries on the coast have shut down. According to Jesus Azanza of the Texas Food and Fuel Association, it may take 7 to 10 days to get those refineries operational again.

The Birmingham-Bessemer area has long been one of the great and fertile hot-beds of gospel music.  

Hundreds?  Thousands?  No one knows how many small and independent gospel labels there are - but they they have some of the greatest names of all time.

When an electric guitar was added, you'd think all of the Ten Commandments were  broken at once.