• December 4, 2016

Nick Delgado

Nick Delgado
  • Nick Delgado
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  • Nick Delgado, 27, joined KDHConnects in January 2013. He started his journalism career in broadcast news, first for the ABC/FOX news affiliate in Guam and then as an investigative reporter and weekend news anchor for the NBC/CBS affiliate. A proficient writer, photographer and videographer, he is currently pursuing a degree in video productions at The Art Institute of Austin. He lives in Harker Heights and has three sons, Kevin, Qurtis and Quinn.
Criminal mischief continues in city

The Harker Heights Police Department reported about 10 criminal mischief cases throughout the city in the past week. Police noticed increased criminal mischief resulting in property damage throughout the summer months.

“Criminal mischief seems to be acts of minor vandalism,” said Sgt. Roosevelt Wilson Jr., HHPD spokesman. “The crimes can be attributed mostly to random acts and not criminal episodes.”

Knights of Columbus breakfast raises funds

The aroma of omelets, sausage and biscuits filled the air Sunday morning in the St. Paul Chong Hasang Parish Center in Harker Heights during the Knights of Columbus Council 9930 monthly breakfast fundraiser.

Knight member Charles Fitzpatrick said the organization holds the event every first Sunday of the month and about 200 people participate.

More thefts and burglaries in town

The Harker Heights Police Department reported a slight increase in the amount of burglaries and thefts throughout the city. Police said stolen property ranged from electronic items to weapons.

The public is asked to remain on alert for any suspicious activity in their neighborhoods. Anyone with information about the crimes reported this week are asked to contact police immediately.

Local gym owner places at body building championship

Heritage Park Fitness owner Michael Allan Sheppard has been intensely training to prepare for the 2013 National Physique Committee USA Championships in Las Vegas.

He recently competed at the July 25-27 event, and placed 11th. Sheppard entered the competition in the Super Heavyweight class for those weighing more than 225.25 pounds.

Nolanville council OKs planned development district

NOLANVILLE — The City Council approved an ordinance to establish regulations for the creation and designation of a planned development district as a specialized zoning district during a meeting Thursday at the J.W. Sims Community Center.

Sally Burchet, land planner for the city, provided the recommendation report to the council on the proposed zoning ordinance amendment to add a planned development district-zoning category. It will give developers more flexibility with land projects.

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