• February 23, 2017

Local

Top Story

Veteran suicide awareness group’s burden for Carry The Fallen hike

Six residents braved subfreezing temperatures for three hours at a Killeen park Saturday morning to take part in an event dedicated to reducing veteran suicides.

Recent Headlines

Sunday 01/08/2017
Killeen police to address concerns during town hall
Posted: January 08, 2017

Between an ongoing police department reorganization, a potential outsourcing of the municipal jail and a recent rash of shootings, residents have a slew of questions for Killeen police.

Comments (0)
Thursday 12/01/2016
'Nutcracker' ballet coming to Killeen, Temple
Posted: December 01, 2016

In the main rehearsal room at Texas Metropolitan Ballet school in Killeen, toy soldiers marched in formation as ballerinas swirled in blue and pink dresses and danced with mice in red tunics. It was one of the final rehearsals before the school’s premiere of the holiday classic, “The Nutcracker.”

Comments (0)
2016 Guide to local Christmas and holiday events
Posted: December 01, 2016

A listing of area holiday events and festivities:

Comments (0)
Thursday 11/24/2016
Hospitality House gets soldiers out of barracks
Posted: November 24, 2016

About 50 soldiers and their spouses gathered Thursday at the Soldier Hospitality House in Killeen for a free Thanksgiving luncheon hosted by Ben Bloker with Cadence International.

Comments (0)
Mission provides Thanksgiving meals to residents
Updated: November 24, 2016 - 10:25 pm

Not everyone has a place to go to celebrate Thanksgiving with family, and the Jesus Hope and Love Mission has been trying to rectify that.

Comments (0)
1st months on job have kept interim police Chief Young busy
Updated: November 24, 2016 - 10:15 pm

When Margaret Young first was promoted from her position as the interim police chief, she was pleased but humble.

Comments (0)
Driver who died in Killeen crash identified
Posted: November 24, 2016

A motorist whose vehicle crossed the center lane and struck another vehicle died at the scene of the crash on East Veterans Memorial Boulevard early Thursday morning.

Comments (0)
Wednesday 11/23/2016
Vague animal shelter law leaves door open for both sick, healthy
Updated: November 23, 2016 - 6:24 pm

The Killeen Animal Shelter recently came under fire from residents and an animal advocacy group concerned about the health of animals at the shelter. Some are worried the housing conditions could allow contagions to spread.

Comments (0)

KDH Poll

Loading…
CTC hosting Black History Month event
Posted: February 22, 2017

The Central Texas College Center for African-American Studies and Research will host a Black History Month event in the Anderson Campus Center Thursday.

more »
Hip-hop concert added to Bell County Expo Center’s anniversary series
Posted: February 22, 2017

BELTON — The Bell County Expo Center added another concert to its 30th Anniversary Concert Series lineup.

more »