There was a lot of speculation about whether or not we would see a new Waco story in our next edition of The New York Times Magazine.
Now, that speculation has finally been answered, thanks to this article on the new WACO-themed Waco, Texas-themed paper.
It was published on the day of the shooting, and the story was written by David Siskind.
In the story, Waco Mayor Mike Hudgins said that he was “worried about the potential for a Waco massacre.”
The article says that “many Waco residents are concerned that Hudgins is looking out for the good of his community rather than the betterment of the town and state.”
The writer adds that Hudgin “wants the state and federal government to protect Texas from another Waco incident,” and that “he has made this clear to federal officials and to the media.”
Hudgins also told the writer that he is “very worried about the possible effects of Waco’s lockdown.”
We know that the story’s title is a reference to the Waco Massacre, and this new piece in the Times Magazine was written in the aftermath of the WACOS shooting.
That’s because there were reports of the lockdown, but no new information about it.
We do know that Hudgens had been in touch with the media and was asking questions.
And the story seems to be based on information provided by the federal government, so it appears to be a direct response to the lockdown.
So what exactly is this Waco-themed story about?
According to the Times, the piece focuses on the WECO radio station, which was owned by Hudgins and that has been owned by Waco officials since 2008.
The piece also says that Hudsons “unfamiliarized Waco community with his plans for a new radio station.”
We do not know what Hudsins plans are for the new radio channel, but we do know from previous articles that the new station would focus on “a mix of political and social issues.”
Hudsens radio station is one of several new radio stations that the Times plans to bring in over the next several months.
The paper says that this new station “will cover an array of subjects including crime, culture, and politics,” and will also cover the news of the day.
So why is the Times writing a story about Hudsgins radio station?
We have no idea, and we don’t expect to get any answers from the Times until next week.
It’s possible that the WBCO-owned Waco station is just a placeholder for the next Waco article.
However, there is no evidence that the paper will publish the new story until then.
We will keep you updated on any new developments in the story.