Lots of fun performances will go on all weekend at the Bloomin' Festival in Temple with three different stages. Vanessa del Fierro's Mariachi Las Coronelas will perform Saturday night, April 30th, at 9 p.m. on the Tejano Stage.
Puppy love is sweet, but your Better Business Bureau is warning dog lovers to be cautious when searching to buy a furry friend online. Unfortunately, scammers—posing as breeders— use the internet to place ads offering inexpensive puppies. Adam Price stopped by with tips.
Pregnancy can be one of the most wonderful times in a woman’s life. With mother’s day right around the corner, we talked about how we can help manage morning sickness, a medical condition that affects up to 85% of pregnant women which means approximately 3.4 million women each year in united states alone. Former host of the doctors, ob/gyn Dr. Lisa Masterson, who is here to raise awareness about morning sickness, for what most women do not know is that morning sickness is a legitimate medical condition with an available treatment option.
ARE YOU AT RISK FOR SKIN CANCER?
Skin Cancer Screening
Saturday, April 30 | 8 a.m.–Noon
Scott & White Clinic – Temple Northside
409 W. Adams Avenue
The screening is offered by the Scott & White Healthcare Department of Dermatology
and conducted by community board-certified dermatologists and staff.
No appointment is needed for this free screening.
For more information please call 254-742-3724.
The 2016 Bloomin' Temple Festival presented by H-E-B will feature three musical stages featuring different genres of music including Rhythm & Blues, Tejano, Texas Country, Contemporary Country and more. In addition to musical entertainment, the festival will also include a carnival midway, Kid's Zone, food trucks and retail vendors. The Festival will be held near E. Central Avenue and S. 4th Street in downtown Temple on Friday, April 29th and Saturday, April 30th.
More than 47 million cars in the United States have open recalls, and Family Minivans have the highest rate of unfixed safety issues is the family-oriented minivan, with one of every 4.6 having open recalls.
Lizeth Gonzalez is hosting a Birthday Zumbathon Saturday April 30 from 3:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m. at Junction 84, 6512 Woodway Dr. Waco. Cost $10 now $15 at the door. It's to celebrate her birthday, but all the proceeds will go to St. Jude's Children's Hospital. Six Zumba Instructors from San Antonio will also be there! Call to purchase tickets: (254) 548-3312
Lone Star History Conference. Friday, April 29-Sunday, May 1. Join them for a three-day history conference featuring renowned speakers, leading historians and active-duty Texas Rangers on Texas Ranger history. Featuring: Assistant Chief Frank Malinak and Lieutenant Wende Wakeman, Texas Rangers. State Historian of Texas Bill O'Neal, David S. Turk, U.S. Marshals Service Historian and Jim Willett, Texas Prison Museum.
The Metallic Clouds, Girl Scout's of Central Texas Robotics Team, were on a couple weeks ago to talk about their FIRST Robotics Regional Competition. Well, as of Friday April 15, they have been invited to go to the First Robotics Competition World Championships taking place April 27-30 in St Louis Missouri. 600 teams from 10 different countries will be coming together to compete. They still need your help getting there! They need help with lodging and food!
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