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The average price for a gallon of gas last week in the Killeen-Fort Hood-Temple area was $2.37, which was 5 cents cheaper than last week and 32 cents cheaper than a year ago, according to AAA.

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Residents of the growing South Temple area will soon have a new, larger Chick-fil-A among their dining options.

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An excited crowd of approximately 17,000 people flocked to the sounds of music and mouth-watering smells that came from the 5th Annual Battle of the Food Trucks and International Food Festival at the Killeen Community Center on Saturday.

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NOLANVILLE - The Federal Comp and Wellness clinic in Nolanville is officially open as of Tuesday. The new clinic is located off of Paddy Hamilton Road in Nolanville and they specialize in serving federal injured workers like postal workers who get injured on the job, VA hospital employees an…

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If you stroll past 205 W. Rancier Ave., Suite D in Killeen, you just might catch the glint of the ultra-sparkly gold that makes up the entire back wall of Styluz, a new clothing boutique. The store celebrated its grand opening May 18, serving refreshments like mimosas, giveaways and exclusiv…

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HARKER HEIGHTS — The ninth annual Farmers Market Season opened Saturday at Seton Medical Center under what were first sunny skies that turned to cloudy skies then settled into mostly sunny skies. The stable weather was much to the joy of sponsors, visitors and vendors, alike.

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Now that the weather has become milder, Central Texans are better able to enjoy all of the events that the area has to offer. Volunteer with the community for the statewide trash clean up, hit another 5K race to get back in shape for summer, or grab a drink and enjoy the many opportunities f…

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Central Texas College will host its 13th annual Wellness Fair on Wednesday in the Anderson Campus Center (Building 156). The event is free and open to the public from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and is co-sponsored by Seton Medical Center Harker Heights. This year’s theme is “Run Awhile, Rest Awhile, Repeat.”

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HONG KONG (AP) — China promised that for 50 years after Britain gave up control of its last colony, this shimmering financial enclave would get to keep freedoms absent in the communist-ruled mainland. Twenty-two years on, those are rights many here believe Hong Kong cannot live without.

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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A lawsuit filed Tuesday accuses the luxury Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City of luring workers from the Philippines to a program that promised training and cultural immersion but instead forced them to work long hours doing menial jobs for low pay.

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DALLAS (AP) — FedEx Corp. posted weak quarterly results in its core express business and warned Tuesday that its profit in the year ahead will be hurt by slowing growth in the world economy and the decision to drop a contract with retail giant Amazon.

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A district court must determine if state environmental regulators improperly sought to suppress a federal agency's serious concerns about the pollution risks arising from a proposed copper-nickel mine in northern Minnesota, the state Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.

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HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Montana officials won't pull the liquor licenses of an ultra-exclusive ski resort that counts Bill Gates and Justin Timberlake among its members as part of a $370,000 settlement agreement with Yellowstone Club owners and executives, including one who is a major campaign …

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California lawmakers are debating whether to let student athletes sign endorsement deals and hire agents in a move that could upend the multibillion-dollar business of college sports.

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SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Illinois' new governor delivered on a top campaign promise Tuesday by signing legislation making the state the 11th to approve marijuana for recreational use in a program offering legal remedies and economic benefits to minorities whose lives critics say were damaged…

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Tuesday the outlook for the U.S. economy has become cloudier since early May, with rising uncertainties over trade and global growth causing the central bank to reassess its next move on interest rates.

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Facing competition for the world's top-selling drug, AbbVie is jumping on this year's pharmaceutical merger bandwagon with a $63 billion bid for Botox maker Allergan that's meant to spur future growth.

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TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran warned Tuesday that new U.S. sanctions targeting its supreme leader and other top officials meant "closing the doors of diplomacy" between Tehran and Washington amid heightened tensions, even as President Hassan Rouhani derided the White House as being "afflicted by …

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CLEVELAND (AP) — State and local governments suing over the toll of a nationwide opioid crisis agree that companies in the drug industry should be held accountable, but they have differences on who should have the power to strike any settlement, and how it should work.

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FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — An international financial monitor warned world leaders Tuesday that wider use by retail shoppers of cryptocurrencies like Libra, unveiled last week by Facebook, would need "close scrutiny" by regulators.

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LONDON (AP) — An ambitious group of suspected state-backed hackers has been burrowing into telecommunications companies in order to spy on high-profile targets across the world, a U.S. cybersecurity firm said in a report published Tuesday .

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Marijuana is having a moment. Experts recently dubbed cannabis the fastest-growing industry in the U.S. Legal weed generated $10.4 billion in the United States in 2018, and the number of "plant-touching" jobs is expected to pass 500,000 by 2022 , according to New Frontier Data, a cannabis ma…

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Democratic presidential candidate Jay Inslee is proposing a clean break between the federal government and the fossil fuel industry, ending tax breaks for oil companies and banning all drilling and extraction on federal lands and beneath federal waters.