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Tornadoes, High Winds Heavy Rain Hammer Parts Of Central Texas

Tornadoes raked parts of Johnson and Hill counties late Sunday night and rain was falling in buckets early Monday morning in parts of West Waco, between Fairfield and Groesbeck and on the Falls-Bell County line but no flooding had been reported.

Man’s Body Recovered From Brazos River

Waco police, assisted by firefighters, game wardens and EMS personnel, recovered a man’s body Sunday evening from the Brazos River near the Herring Avenue bridge.

Wrongful Death Suit Filed Against Local Homecare Agency, Caregiver

A wrongful death lawsuit filed Friday against a local homecare agency and a caregiver alleges that no medical treatment was sought for an elderly client who was left “screaming in agony” after she was thrown from her wheelchair when the minivan in which she was riding came to a sudden stop.

Baylor Renames School Of Social Work For Dean Diana Garland

Baylor University’s Board of Regents has voted to rename the university’s School of Social Work in honor of the school’s first dean, Dr. Diana R. Garland, who is stepping down to return to the faculty on June 1 as she battles advanced cancer.

Widow Of Slain Central Texas Man Freed On Bond

A Central Texas woman who was charged with murder two weeks ago in the 1999 shooting death of her husband was out of jail Friday after a prosecutor agreed to a reduction in her bond.

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