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Despite legal uncertainty, CBD stores are popping up all over Texas, including Killeen, to offer a variety of products containing the cannabidiol extract.

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HARKER HEIGHTS — Passing through Knight’s Way in Harker Heights, area residents might have noticed the intensely red sign of a Raising Cane’s with lights on and open for business.

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Although they have hired several drivers since November, the Killeen Independent School District is 82 drivers short of the number they would like to have, according to Terry Abbott, the district’s chief communications officer Terry Abbott.

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The lighting of the new Advent Health sign at the old Metroplex hospital campus signifies a new day for healthcare, according to Kevin Roberts, President and CEO of Advent Health Central Texas — the new name for what is formally known as Metroplex Hospital in Killeen.

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A good vegetarian dish can be hard to find for some folks, but local business owner Luvina Sabree is hoping to change that with an inaugural event this month that will feature plenty of healthy eating.

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The last weekend of 2018 is here, and there are plenty of parties, family-friendly events, and more to say, “goodbye,” to 2018 and, “hello,” to 2019. Use this listing of events to find the perfect way to celebrate.

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Bell County new car sale numbers continue to climb over last year’s numbers — despite a small slip in November sales numbers — while sales in Coryell County continue to drop lower and lower, according to this month’s Freeman Auto Report.

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The holiday events continue this weekend as Christmas and other winter holidays are fast approaching, and the number of shopping days remaining dwindles. Plenty of winter events, concerts, performances, and more are going on in the Killeen area. Use this listing as a go-to guide to plan out …

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It can be a challenge finding activities and events for the family to enjoy while spending the remainder of the Thanksgiving holiday together. Luckily this list has a number of family-friendly events and outings to keep everyone entertained during the long holiday weekend.

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In a recent press release, food delivery app Uber Eats announced that it plans to expand its coverage to include 70 percent of the U.S. by the end of the year, and now several Killeen restaurants are available on the app.

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Bell County new car sale numbers continue to climb over last year’s numbers — despite a dip in October sales numbers — while sales in Coryell County continue to lag, according to this month’s Freeman Auto Report.

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Central Texas College and KNCT-FM Radio recently announced the appointment of Lynn Woolley as the public radio station’s new general manager. He succeeds Max Rudolph who recently retired mid-November after 37 years of service.

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Central Texas College faculty, CTC Foundation board members, students, friends and family gathered Thursday night in the Anderson Building at the CTC campus to recognize scholarship winners and the benefactors who donated to make those scholarships possible. Just over $368,950 in scholarship…

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Texas A&M University-Central Texas will host the “Technology Related Crimes Against Children Conference” on Nov. 28. The free two-day training conference is facilitated by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s Texas Regional Office.