[03/15/2013] In 2012, Kathleen Campbell Walker was named the "Go-To Lawyer" for immigration in the state by the Texas Lawyer magazine. KWBU's Becky Fogel spoke with her about the process spouses of U.S. Citizens must go through to become naturalized, themselves. She discussed circumstances that could lead an immigrant's application for naturalization to be denied. (21:03 )
Extended Interview - Maria Elena Upson
[03/15/2013] Maria Elena Upson is a spokeswoman with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. KWBU's Becky Fogel spoke with Upson about the process of becoming a U.S. Citizen. The conversation specifically centered on what it takes to be considered to have "good moral character," one of the requirements for naturalization. (10:17 )
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|12/13/2013||Local News - Improving Data on Child Homelessness (02:24)
There are 830 homeless children enrolled at Waco ISD. But in Waco, there's not enough emergency shelter for children who find themselves without a place to go. KWBU's Jordan Corona reports that we don't have good data on kids who just couch surf.
|12/12/2013||Local News - Waco Civic Theatre Sets British Farce in Dallas (02:08)
Cash on Delivery is the latest play going on at the Waco Civic Theater. Traditionally, it's a British farce, but the director has set this production in Dallas, Texas. The play runs December 6-15 and KWBU's Ryland Barton stopped by a rehearsal to talk to the cast.
|12/12/2013||Local News - Waco Feast of Sharing 2013 (01:56)
HEB hosted the 24th annual Waco Feast of Sharing dinner last night. It?s a holiday tradition in Waco where residents enjoy a free meal and entertainment. KWBU's Ryland Barton stopped by.
|12/11/2013||Local News - Waco ISD Readying for Statewide Curriculum Changes (02:21)
Next year, Texas ninth graders will have a new graduation plan to navigate. The state is rolling out a plan that allows students to get specialized diplomas in engineering/math, business, public service, and the humanities. The final rules to the new curriculum are being still being tacked together. And As KWBU's Ryland Barton reports, Waco ISD has had to work quickly to make those changes mandated by the state.
|12/05/2013||Local News - Waco's Child Poverty Rate Up 58% Over Last Decade (02:58)
Texas is home to one in eleven of the nation's children. The state prides itself as a job-creator and a place that has largely weathered the recession. But according to a recent study, child poverty rates have boomed over the last decade despite low unemployment rates. KWBU's Ryland Barton reports that over the last decade, McLennan County had one of the fastest growing child poverty rates in the state.
|12/03/2013||Local News - Coach Teaff Remembers Floyd Casey Stadium (03:55)
This Saturday is Baylor football's last game at Floyd Casey Stadium. They're playing the University of Texas Longhorns in a game that in some ways parallels a watershed moment in Baylor Football history: the so-called Miracle on the Brazos in 1974. KWBU's Ryland Barton caught up with former Baylor head coach Grant Teaff.
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