It has been nearly a month since it last rained in the Killeen area, but according to the National Weather Service that will likely change this week.
Area police reports indicated
As Killeen council members are sifting through 400 pages of a proposed budget and sitting through hours of meetings each week, a few still want to hear from residents.
The Killeen City Council will meet three times this week, with discussions to tackle the 2017 fiscal year budget.
Hundreds of people made their way to One Killeen Center at 1711 East Central Texas Expressway for the first Sunday Fun Day Food Truck and Pop-up Market hosted by Indie Killeen, a small business alliance that formed six months ago.
Cleo Bay, a longtime Killeen businessman and civic leader, died at his Killeen home surrounded by family Sunday, following a lengthy illness. He was 96.
The classroom of students, ages 5 to 12, was unusually quiet July 12 as each child focused on drawing a dragon for what would become the centerpiece of his or her medieval collage. Helping imaginations come to life is all in a day’s work for both Central Texas College, host of the College for Kids classes each summer for kids ages 3 through high school, and teacher Amelia Rabroker, owner of the Tap Tap Art School in Harker Heights.
WACO — Devon Wilson began observing his mother and aunts cooking when he was in elementary school.
Temperatures may be rising, but gas prices are taking a tumble, albeit a small one.
The Copperas Cove City Council will have a workshop at 5 p.m. Tuesday to see a presentation on and discuss the ad valorem tax rate for fiscal year 2016-2017.
COPPERAS COVE — Like father, like daughter.
During the past three years, Killeen City Council members complained they could not get key financial information from administrators.
Some Killeen council members and taxpayers have suggested an in-depth audit is warranted — from a firm with no ties to city officials — to look into the city’s financial practices that have drawn down the city’s savings and left unanswered questions.
On Aug. 1, concealed handgun license holders can carry their guns at Texas A&M University-Central Texas.
As the Aug. 1 implementation date for Senate Bill 11 — the “Campus Carry” law — draws near, Central Texas College is in an unusual position among schools across the state.
Kimberly Gilliam Davis said longtime educator Alice Douse exhibited many good qualities: She was fair, honest, loving, nurturing and very caring. She always wanted her students to be their best.
Temperatures have been high in the Killeen area, but even this late in July they have yet to officially reach the 100 mark, according to the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.
Two Bell County residents will be fulfilling lifelong dreams this week.
Aimee Nesse and Cherese Jordan may have never known each other had they not been brought together by a life-altering experience: both say they were raped in Killeen by the same man.
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BEIJING (AP) — China and the U.S. should deal with their differences candidly, U.S. National Security Adviser Susan Rice told Chinese Presiden…
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Salado seniors Jake Elliott and Jake Harvey and junior Trey Sheppard have all contributed for the Eagles before.
Sara Wilkerson has high expectations and aspirations for herself.
Former Salado pitcher Cody Wolf already has a long list of accomplishments to his name from his final high school season.
Away from any lights, the stars seem to triple in number. They’re closer to the earth, too, and shinier. When you’re outdoors, you also hear t…
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Vincent Robinson, left, and Jackson Sitton, right, roll and cut clay at Monday's "Castles, Knights and Dragons" art class hosted by Tap Tap Art School at Central Texas College's College for Kids summer program.
Amelia Rabroker, owner of Tap Tap Art School in Harker Heights, leads an art class at Central Texas College's College for Kids program on July 11. The art class, "Castles, Knights and Dragons" taught children how to build with clay.
Vincent Robinson rolls and cuts clay at Monday's "Castles, Knights and Dragons" art class hosted by Tap Tap Art School at Central Texas College's College for Kids summer program.
Kids work on making a castle out of clay while a mound of left over clay will be recycled into other art projects at Monday's "Castles, Knights and Dragons" art class at Central Texas College's summer program College for Kids.
A mound of left over clay will be recycled into other art projects at Monday's "Castles, Knights and Dragons" art class at Central Texas College's summer program College for Kids.
Paints and other art supplies are ready for use Monday during Central Texas College's "Castles, Knights and Dragons" art class hosted by Tap Tap Art School at CTC's ongoing summer program College for Kids.
Amelia Rabroker, owner of Tap Tap Art School in Harker Heights, right, helps five year old Ezra Valantine make a castle from clay at the "Castles, Knights and Dragons" art class at Central Texas College's College for Kids program on July 11.
Andrea Mouille flattens clay with a roller Monday at Central Texas College's "Castles, Knights and Dragons" art class. The class is part of CTC's ongoing College for Kids summer program.