BELTON — As confetti drifted from the ceiling, thousands of Killeen ISD employees joined high school spirit leaders singing, dancing and cheering Friday in a huge back-to-school, high-energy, musical convocation party.
KILLEEN — An injured person was airlifted from the parking lot of Nolan Middle School late Friday afternoon.
COPPERAS COVE — Teachers and staff in the Copperas Cove Independent School District got a pep talk Friday to get them ready for the start of classes.
An independent audit on the effectiveness between the city of Killeen and Killeen Volunteers, Inc. was released to the public on Friday.
Approximately 20 customers waited for the doors to open to celebrate the grand opening of Austin’s Pizza Friday, said Vice President of Operations Josh Gibson.
BELTON — The next pre-trial hearing was scheduled in a second-degree felony case against a Killeen man accused of voter fraud in the last Killeen City Council election.
Hunters have a new online guide — thanks for the Fort Worth District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
An Indiana National Guard soldier died following a training accident Thursday at Fort Hood, Army officials confirmed.
Five Bell County school districts saw letter grade increases while three other districts maintained their previous grades in their latest accountability ratings, according to data released Thursday by the Texas Education Agency.
OG’s School of Hair Design in Killeen is giving 25-cent haircuts starting today and Saturday and continuing from Aug. 20 through Aug. 24 for their sixth annual back to school haircuts event.
Temple’s Santa Fe Plaza will be filled with local residents, food, music and art on Saturday.
With some area children starting the new school year this upcoming week, many will mark that beginning as the official end of their summer. Luckily, there are still some back-to-school events occurring this weekend, as well as a host of family-friendly events in local parks, live music, art,…
Killeen Youth Advisory Commission is hosting a back-to-school dance Saturday from 7 to 9 p.m. at Killeen Community Center. The dance is free and open to kids ages 12 to 18.
Curtis Drive, from Diana Drive to Kaitlyn Drive, in Killeen will be closed Monday and Tuesday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The road will be reopened to through traffic at the end of each day.
Raising Cane’s in Killeen is set for a grand opening event on Sept. 4 from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
KILLEEN — The Killeen Police Department is looking into a video posted to Facebook that appears to show an officer tapping on a cellphone and then holding it while driving a police car.
The Mayborn Science Theater at Central Texas College in Killeen will host this month’s Classic Movie Nite on Aug. 23.
BELTON — The word “objection” was popular during testimony on Thursday as a Killeen sexual assault case continued in the 264th Judicial District Court.
Temple drivers might be more able to make “light” of the traffic situation affecting crossing Interstate 35 after Tuesday, when striping of all the lanes on Adams and Central avenues in that area is expected to be completed.
New Texas hunting and fishing licenses for 2019-20 will go on sale Thursday.
BELTON — Don’t take everything at face value.
The Texas Education Agency has released A-F accountability ratings for all of the local districts and the schools within those districts.
BELTON — The first topic Bell County Judge David Blackburn tackled before diving into the proposed $107 million budget for 2020 was growth.
This story has been updated to add new information from KISD.
The Freeman Auto Report shows an increase in total sales of new vehicles for the month of July in Bell County and Coryell County. Compared to July 2018, consumers purchased 37 more vehicles in Bell County. Consumers purchased 32 more vehicles in Coryell County than in July 2018.
TEMPLE — An ambitious group of high school juniors set to dive into college two years early received a strong dose of motivation and a white coat during a ceremony Tuesday that signals the start of a new school year and a new journey.
Texas cities, counties, transit systems and special-purpose taxing districts will receive $876.8 million in sales tax allocations in August, according to a news release from Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar.