HARKER HEIGHTS - Police continue the investigate the death of a young woman early last week.
AUSTIN – Governor Greg Abbott announced on Monday an effort to strengthen penalties for crimes committed against law enforcement officers – the Police Protection Act.
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.
Killeen police have identified the two men who were shot and killed near a grocery store in the northern part of the city Sunday afternoon.
Killeen police are asking for the public’s help in locating a man who they say fled the scene of Sunday’s shooting that left two men dead.
LAMPASAS — A fire investigator said a fire on County Road 3066 near Lampasas that killed Raymond Dwayne Jonas Jr. and Stephanie Lee Summers Storm — both 36 — may have gone as long as a week undiscovered by neighbors and first responders.
Police in Killeen arrested a Baton Rouge, La., man on Saturday and are preparing to extradite him on several serious felony charges, including first-degree murder.
The police account of Sunday’s deadly shooting in North Killeen differs from the story on the street, according to a family member of one of the dead men.
Killeen police are investigating an overnight shooting in North Killeen of a man who is not forthcoming with information.
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At participating Killeen, Cove, Heights and surrounding locations, McDonald's is offering Buy One Get One FREE ANY McCafe drinks and any size between 2-4pm every day!
All Hastings Entertainment stores in the country, including the one in Killeen, will soon be closing, officials said.
The Killeen Cicis restaurant at 832 S. Fort Hood St., is one of 87 Texas stores to be included in a nationwide data breach impacting more than 130 across 17 states, according to a company announcement posted this week on its website.
For the second time in two weeks, the Mickey’s convenience store at 2000 Trimmier Road was robbed early on a Wednesday morning.
A Killeen shooting was reported early Friday morning when a man was shot in the arm. It’s the second shooting in as many days and follows a pair of homicides on Sunday.
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.
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.
Some things never change.
A summer day of tubing almost turned deadly for a group of thrill seekers at Chalk Ridge Falls Park near Stillhouse Hollow Lake on Monday.
A woman who pleaded guilty to having sex with a young boy was sentenced to prison Tuesday after a judge revoked her 2012 probation.
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…
I heard a weather forecast mention that we would be in the 100 degree temperatures this week. It also emphasized we were actually a couple of …
Ice cream has origins in ancient China and Greece, where people mixed snow, fruits and syrups to create sweet treats. Sorbets and ices were se…
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 …
The area bounded by 10th Street east to 24th Street and Rancier Avenue south to Avenue E will experience intermittent lane closures beginning …
HARKER HEIGHTS — Police continue to investigate the death of a 19-year-old woman early last week.
NEW YORK (AP) — Hollywood voice double Marni Nixon, whose singing was heard in place of the leading actresses in such classic movie musicals a…
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Comedian Katt Williams has been arrested on suspicion of battery following a dispute at a Los Angeles hotel.
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.