A teenage boy died after being struck by a train near West Avenue D on Wednesday, officials confirmed.
While preparing for the writing STAAR test, fourth-grade students at Clements/Parsons Elementary School in teacher Jessica Crook’s class were looking for a way out.
Two seniors at Crossroads High School used their spring break to help create a play-scape project at Mae Stevens Early Learning Academy.
In addition to the closing today of the driver’s license office on Priest Drive in Killeen, the driver’s licence building in Copperas Cove also will close in preparation for the opening of new office in west Killeen on Monday.
The Central Texas Youth Coalition announced its 2017 Central Texas Incredible Kids who will be honored at the 18th annual Central Texas Incredible Kids Celebration at 11:30 a.m. April 13 in the Bell County Expo Assembly Hall in Belton.
Classes went on as normal Monday after an anonymous spray-painter left a message on the wall of a car wash on Casa Street threatening a school shooting in the city.
The Central Texas College Fine Arts department will present a guest artist performance featuring the duo of Jolente De Maeyer, violinist, and pianist Nikolaas Kende. The pair will appear at CTC at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Anderson Campus Center (Bldg. 156).
About 76 Coveites golfed for a good cause while carrying on a legacy during the inaugural Chief Tim Molnes Scholarship Golf Tournament on Saturday at the Hills of Cove Golf Course.
HARKER HEIGHTS — A man wanted in connection with the death of an 18-year-old woman on July 10 surrendered to Harker Heights police Thursday, according to a news release from Sgt. Steve Miller with the police department.
Jump Rope for Heart is more than just another fundraiser for Martin Walker Elementary School physical education teacher Lisa Mullen. It’s much more personal.
The police department is seeking the community’s help in identifying a suspect involved in a debit card abuse case Thursday, according to a CCPD news release.
Hundreds of eighth-graders from S. C. Lee and Copperas Cove Junior high schools poured into Copperas Cove High School to experience what life will be like for them next year as high school students.
LAMPASAS — Lampasas County Sheriff Jess Ramos said it’s time for a new county jail, and with the item up for a bond election May 6, construction work on a new facility could begin soon.
Students learning to read for the first time experience a sense of excitement that they are understanding the story in front of them. For students in teacher Annmarie Slaise’s second-grade class at Williams Ledger Elementary, they experienced the same sense of excitement when they focused th…
Kindergarten students at Williams/Ledger Elementary School learned about the history of St. Patrick and leprechauns and were on the prowl to capture Louie, the leprechaun, before he could get away.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary to VFW Post 8577 is participating in the Young American Creative Patriotic Art Contest.
VFW Auxiliary 8577 is offering scholarships through the Nursing Scholarship Program for the Department of Texas VFW Auxiliary.
On Tuesday, Animal Control was dispatched to the 900 block of Park Avenue for a skunk displaying unusual behavior. Upon arrival, animal control officers located and captured the skunk, which was sent to the Texas Department of Health Laboratory in Austin for testing.
Twenty-six community volunteers, 164 hours of read-alouds, and a cumulative total of 2,561 students read to — that sums up a great week of reading at Williams/Ledger Elementary School.
Copperas Cove Independent School district Superintendent Joe Burns said CCISD plans to do a lot of expansion and renovation over the next few years.
Two Central Texas College students recently earned local American Advertising awards, formerly known as the Addys, at the American Advertising Federation-Central Texas chapter’s awards banquet.
The City Council on Tuesday formally lifted the Stage 4 water restrictions that were strictly enforced in the city from Feb. 27 to Sunday for scheduled work associated with the Farm-to-Market 116 road-widening project.
The Mayborn Science Theater will be open for three days during spring break with matinee shows Tuesday to Thursday. Shows will air each day at 1:30, 2:30 and 3:30 p.m. Weekday matinee tickets are $5 per person, per show.
The fire department is conducting is annual fire hydrant testing lasting from Wednesday to July 9, which may cause some water discoloration in water faucets located near the tested hydrants. According to a news release issued by the city, the change in water color is no cause for alarm.
The Central Texas College VetSuccess Center and Veteran’s Services department hosted a Veterans Benefits Expo and Appreciation Day on Tuesday at the Anderson Campus Center.
The Auxiliary to Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8577 is participating in the Young American Creative Patriotic Art Contest. Each year, more than 3,500 high school students from across the country enter the VFW Auxiliary’s Young American Creative Patriotic Art Contest. The contest began in 197…
Nineteen colleges, six different branches of military service, 350 students and at least 150 parents. Those are the numbers that Copperas Cove High School is tallying for its recent CCHS College and Career Night hosted to help students find their career path or university of further study.
For nearly 60 years, Barbie has held more than 150 careers. From flight attendant to veterinarian to rock star to aerobics instructor to police officer, Barbie has pretty much done it all.
On Jan. 19, Joann Courtland, the director of Copperas Cove-based Operation Stand Down-Central Texas, received a call to pack her bags and get on a plane — U.S. Rep. Roger Williams, R-Austin, was flying her to Washington, D.C., for the Texas State Society Black Tie and Boots ball.
Residents and staff of the Stoney Brook Assisted Living and Memory Care of Copperas Cove celebrated the sixth anniversary of the center Feb. 24 by holding a sock hop.
The City Council approved an agreement between City Manager Andrea Gardner and Hillside Evangelical Methodist Church to use their church van for transporting prisoners in order to provide maintenance at the city cemetery twice a month during a council meeting Tuesday.
HOUSTON — One Copperas Cove Independent School District teacher is not only reaching for the moon to educate her students, but she is certain to land among the stars.
BUDA — The Copperas Cove High School Criminal Justice Club and Police Explorers raided the regional Texas Public Service Association competition here, placing in 11 of their 14 competitions despite entering several new students in the competition, as several members graduated last year.
Millions of people in more than 100 countries drew attention to the importance of reading on World Read Aloud Day and students at House Creek Elementary School and S.C. Lee Junior High School enjoyed some very special guest readers and authors.