Former Army Sgt. Scott D. Rowe, a combat veteran previously stationed at Fort Hood, is suing 3M Company over what he says were defective earplugs, causing him permanent hearing loss, tinnitus and poor balance.
For more than 20 years, Killeen’s march honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. has been downtown, starting near City Hall.
Shoppers strolled around while others gathered in the food court Friday afternoon.
As debate swirls around the water district’s proposal to end residents’ voting rights, construction continues on the $46.1 million water treatment plant residents are funding.
The filing period to be a candidate in the May 4 election began Wednesday, and candidates in several local city and school board races have already filed. The filing period continues through Feb. 15.
Killeen ISD Police have arrested an 11-year-old Live Oak Middle School student for making a hoax 911 call about a shooting that forced the evacuation of Shoemaker High School Friday, according to a district statement.
Killeen police responded to Shoemaker High School after getting a call that a shooter may be on campus, however, school officials said the call was a hoax.
Concerned about residents losing voting rights, Killeen City Council members Shirley Fleming and Steve Harris are holding a forum from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Anderson Chapel, 1002 Jefferis Ave.
Fort Hood officials have released the name of a 1st Cavalry Division Soldier who died from injuries sustained in a tactical vehicle accident Monday at the National Training Center in Fort Irwin, California.
BELTON — A Bell County justice of the peace may be suspended Wednesday after a motion is considered to temporarily remove her from office.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court is rejecting appeals from military veterans who claim they suffer health problems because of open burn pits in Iraq and Afghanistan.
FORT HOOD — Approximately 100 soldiers from the 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team “Ironhorse,” 1st Cavalry Division, returned to Fort Hood on Monday morning from a nine-month deployment to Europe in support of Operation Atlantic Resolve.
Concerned about residents losing voting rights, Killeen City Council members Shirley Fleming and Steve Harris will be holding a forum from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, at Anderson Chapel, 1002 Jefferis Ave.
COPPERAS COVE — Several hundred people gathered on Monday to say their solemn goodbyes to Copperas Cove Mayor Frank Seffrood who died of cancer Dec. 28 at the age of 79.Holy Family Catholic Church in Cove was filled with family members, friends and residents at the service Monday morning, fo…
One teenager has been charged with shooting a gun at a Killeen police officer after police responded to a burglary call involving multiple individuals last weekend.
Editor's note: This story was updated at 7 p.m.
Harker Heights police on Saturday cited a person for shoplifting and leaving an infant in the car while unattended by an adult, an official said on Monday.
Harker Heights police are investigating a cruelty to animals report of a cat was shot with a pellet gun, an official said on Monday.
The Sears department store in the Killeen Mall will close in March as the bankrupt retailer moves to shutter 80 stores nationwide, according to employees and media reports.
After the last gifts are opened from Christmas celebrations, fireworks stands have re-opened for the approaching new year.
An apparent vehicle-versus-pedestrian crash clogged traffic late Thursday morning at the intersection of W.S. Young Drive and East Central Texas Expressway.
About 2,700 pounds of pet food were donated to the Killeen Animal Shelter and Spark of Life Kitten Rescue under the direction of Killeen Police Detective Tanya Lawson as part of an annual donation drive.
UPDATE 2:30 p.m.: The Killeen area is currently under a tornado watch until 10 p.m. tonight, according to a weather update issued by the National Weather Service.
While the Christmas Day weather was rather mild and damp with fog in the Killeen area, residents Wednesday should prepare for potentially dangerous weather, according to the National Weather Service.
Together 14 years, and married for 11 of those, John and Dolores Marshall of Killeen feel very strongly about adoption.
A boil water notice for properties in the 800 block of North 46th Street was issued by the city of Killeen today.
A regional water group voted to allow more people to vote for its board but canceled elections — all in the same vote.
Councilman Steve Harris will address the recent increase in vehicle burglaries and other crimes facing District 4 residents at a crime meeting tonight.