As the landscape of health care has changed, hospitals buying other hospitals and pharmacy chains purchasing insurance companies, it shouldn’t be a surprise when two Texas health care systems make plans to merge.
GeekFest, now in its ninth year, has made its return this weekend. And unlike your typical Cons, which tend to lean toward their adult audiences, GeekFest focuses on entertainment and activities for the entire family to enjoy.
COPPERAS COVE — If you asked the average adult what a diorama was, would he or she know? First-graders at House Creek Elementary School definitely know now that they have completed their own shoe box dioramas of their favorite animals.
Gregory Johnson Killeen City Council Candidate
VIDEO | U.S. District 25 Democratic candidate Julie Oliver
VIDEO | U.S. District 31 Democratic candidate Christine Mann
VIDEO | Texas House District 54 Republican Candidate Scott Cosper
VIDEO | U.S. House District 25 Democratic candidate Chris Perri
VIDEO | U.S. House District 31 Republican candidate Mike Sweeney
VIDEO | U. S. House District 25 Democratic candidate Chetan Panda
VIDEO | U.S. House District 25 Democratic candidate West Hansen
VIDEO | Texas House District 54 Republican candidate Brad Buckley
Copperas Cove High School junior Abdiel Hernandez-Lopez competes on two robotics teams.
Kindergartner Tristan McGill dips his thumb into the paint and carefully presses it on to the front of his card to create a heart.
VIDEO | U.S. House District 25 Democratic candidate Kathi Thomas
VIDEO | Texas House District 54 Republican candidate Larry Smith
VIDEO | Texas House District 54 Democratic candidate Kathy Richerson
VIDEO: U.S. House District 31 Democratic candidate Kent Lester
Bully-battling nerds, contraband-sniffing dogs, poster contests and police and fire department presentations are part of this year’s Killeen ISD Safety Week.
VIDEO | U.S. House District 31 Democratic candidate Mary Jennings "MJ" Hegar
Construction on a third building at Texas A&M University-Central Texas in southwest Killeen is progressing as scheduled, according to school officials.
If you plan on drinking any alcoholic beverages on New Year’s Eve, now is the time to start to plan how you’re going to get home. That’s the message from AAA Texas, which sent out a news release promoting safe, sober driving habits for the holiday.
The holiday continues this week for Killeen-area students.