Copperas Cove is in the midst of a heated race for playoff qualification, and it is exactly what head coach Jack Welch expected. In fact, he anticipated it for years.
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Killeen reader suggests raising fines for crimes to help Killeen’s budget
For the second time in six months, Killeen council members have named an interim city manager.
The Harker Heights City Council today will consider authorizing City Manager David Mitchell to negotiate an architectural and engineering cont…
The Central Texas College Alumni Association will host its first-ever Alumni of Distinction reception from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. today in the Ande…
Killeen Animal Services announced Wednesday it has been awarded a $50,000 grant from the Petco Foundation to support funding that will be used…
The first day of boys basketball practice is Wednesday. At least, it is for the players.
Trent Gregory knows Belton is next on the schedule, but he would prefer his team did not.
In a big tilt against Harker Heights on Oct. 14 at Leo Buckley Stadium, Ellison needed a strong offensive performance in order to capture a victory.
ROBINSON — The Copperas Cove tennis team’s team tennis season came to an end Thursday with a 10-1 loss to Duncanville in the area tournament.
Rylee Davis had four kills, four digs and a block as the Lampasas volleyball team lost to Burnet, 25-19, 25-11, 25-16, in its home finale Frid…
Terrance Carter ran for four touchdowns, passed for another, and the Liberty Hill seventh-grade A-team Lions improved to 4-1 on the season wit…
Talia Kinslow had 12 kills and the Copperas Cove volleyball team swept Harker Heights, 25-23, 25-17, 25-19, in its home finale Friday.
MEXIA — Jake Harvey carried nine times for 248 yards and three touchdowns, and caught a 32-yard touchdown pass Friday as Salado steamrolled Me…
COPPERAS COVE — Harker Heights did not complete a pass. The Knights did not need to.
Down 19-0 in the third quarter to Ellison on Friday night, Killeen High junior quarterback Marcellus Johnson still felt his team was going to …
Thanks to a magnificent second-half defensive performance, five Florence Buffalo offensive linemen imposing their will on the Comfort Bobcat d…
GATESVILLE — Both No. 6 China Spring and Gatesville came into Friday night’s tilt off of heartbreaking losses in overtime the week before.
The Belton Tigers golf teams performed well at the Cedar Ridge Fall Invitational at Forest Creek Golf Club.
After last Friday’s gut-wrenching loss at home to Waco Midway, Belton could not wait to get back on the field to get the bad taste out of its …
Killeen High kept itself in the playoff hunt.
Harker Heights has a stout running game with the two running backs and one fullback they normally rotate — junior Jameel Hodges, senior Madu E…
Billy White Jr. did not fully understand what he was witnessing.
For Ellison middle blocker Symone Thomas, playing a gritty five-set match is exhausting.
HARKER HEIGHTS — The Harker Heights Lady Knights delivered one of their best matches of the season on senior night, Tuesday night, defeating B…
Brenda Sneed does squats while her friend, Leilani Tamonung, waits her turn at the Fit Camp for Breast Cancer on Saturday at Killeen Memorial Park. The event, which was sponsored by Next Level Performance and Fitness in Killeen, raised money for the American Cancer Society.
Licensed Professional Counselor Crystal Morris, left, joins forces with L.Y.S.A. founder Desiree' Nix on Saturday for a free workshop at Pershing Park Baptist Church in Killeen for Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Crystal Morris, a licensed professional counselor, speaks Saturday at a free Break the Silence, Stop the Violence workshop for women at Pershing Park Baptist Church in Killeen.
Sunny Wood allows four year old Gavin Cruz to experience "flint knapping" at the second annual Archaeology Fair held at Texas A&M Central Texas on Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016.
Maylin Kaufenberg adds her artwork to the Archaic Rock Art wall at the Archaeology Fair on the campus of Texas A&M Central Texas on Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016.
Sunny Wood demonstrates "flint knapping" at the second annual Archaeology Fair held at Texas A&M University-Central Texas on Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016.
Manor’s Amir Paris (5) is pushed out of bounds by Eastern Hills defenders during an eighth-grade B-team game Tuesday at Leo Buckley Stadium.
Manor Middle School, left, takes on Eastern Hills Middle School, right, in an eighth-grade game Tuesday at Leo Buckley Stadium.