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Nearly 300 military vehicles, such as armored and unarmored Humvees, fuel trucks and wreckers, lined the highways leading out of Central Texas this week as the 1st Cavalry Division’s 2nd Brigade Combat Team conducted the largest convoy out of Fort Hood since Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
- Killeen police investigate homicide on Bacon Ranch
- Civilian contractor layoffs in September for Fort Hood
- New Indoor Gun Range coming to Killeen
- Cause, blame of fatal Fort Hood accident redacted in Army report
- Police: Pursuit reaches 115 miles per hour
- New Killeen nursing facility to open in October
- Red Lion Hotel coming to Killeen
- 135 Applebee’s and 25 IHOP locations to close, but no closings set for Killeen area
- 17-year-old charged in home burglary
- Cove man snoozing in car on highway had meth, police say
The Central Texas College Department of Nursing and Allied Health recently announced it will host a site review for continuing accreditation of its Associate Degree in Nursing Program by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing.
W.S. Young Drive, from U.S. Highway 190/Interstate 14 to Bacon Ranch Road, and Lowes Boulevard at W.S. Young Drive, are experiencing intermittent lane closures for paving and pavement marking activities, according to a Killeen news release.