Update, 4:51 p.m.: KPD said the "exhaustive search" for Nance has been called off after he was not found today, but the criminal investigation continues.
As of today, 820 new laws passed during the 2019 session of the Texas Legislature go into effect. They range from the huge — a $250 billion two-year budget — to the symbolic — a number of bills to rename parts of Texas highways. Here’s a sample of several that will impact Texans’ lives:
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HARKER HEIGHTS — The victim of a possible drowning Saturday was recovered and identified, according to Bell County Maj. T.J. Cruz.
COPPERAS COVE - Voters in Copperas Cove have picked Bradi Diaz to succeed Frank Seffrood as the city’s mayor, according to unofficial results Saturday night.
5:50 p.m. City of Killeen spokeswoman Hilary Shine has confirmed that Copperas Cove Parks and Recreation Director Joe Brown has accepted a job in Killeen. Brown will become the city's Executive Director of Recreation Services, replacing Brett Williams, who retired Friday.
A vehicle that crashed into a natural gas line Tuesday evening in the 1100 block of West Stan Schlueter Loop near H-E-B has caused road closures, according to the Killeen Police Department.
A boil water notice was issued at approximately 9 a.m. today for properties located at 700 Rebecca Lynn Lane and 9910 to 10203 Taylor Renee Drive, according to a news release from the city. Affected properties were notified directly.
FORT HOOD — Family members of fallen U.S. military service members will come together this weekend for the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) Southern Regional Seminar and Good Grief Camp at Fort Hood.
The boil water notice issued March 8 for properties located in western Killeen in the area bounded by Fort Hood Street on the east, Clear Creek Road on the west, Watercrest Drive on the north and State Highway 201 on the south has been lifted effective as of 1:45 p.m. Monday, according to a …
A woman died Sunday morning after a rock thrown from an overpass above Interstate 35 in Temple on Saturday night broke through a vehicle’s windshield and caused significant injuries to the passenger, Temple Police said in a news release.Police spokeswoman Cpl. Shawana Neely said officers res…
A Bell County judge on Friday sentenced a Killeen man to prison time after he injured a man in 2017 while driving a vehicle while intoxicated, officials said on Monday.
A Killeen man was sentenced in the 264th Judicial District Court of Judge Paul LePak on Friday to prison time for two felony offenses after shooting a pellet gun through the window of a home with an infant inside in 2017, an official said on Monday.
Homicide victim Curtis Shelley’s family and a friend say they are hurt and angry about a Bell County grand jury decision lastthis week to not indict the shooter on murder or any lesser charges.
The city of Killeen issued two boil-water notices Friday, while the city of Lampasas rescinded its citywide notice issued earlier in the week.
Due to an 18-inch water main break, Lampasas issued a citywide boil-water notice on Wednesday.
Detectives with the Killeen Police Department are requesting the community's assistance locating 13-year-old Justin Pinner.
Killeen firefighters early Wednesday morning were battling a fire at a business downtown.
Killeen Independent School District police arrested a Nolan Middle School student Tuesday accused making a hoax bomb threat against the school, according to district spokesman Terry Abbott.
Two parents were arrested Wednesday in Kansas after police said they kidnapped their children last week in Killeen.
The regional water district management had inserted a clause in proposed legislation that would allow developers to serve on its board, making the district an exception to state law.
One man is dead after an officer-involved shooting early Wednesday morning on West Hallmark Avenue in Killeen.
A provision in a bill aiming to expand a regional water district’s boundaries and elected leadership would allow for developers to seek a seat on the board of directors.
Soldiers and family members spoke to Fort Hood leadership about the quality of the post’s family housing Thursday evening during a town hall-style meeting at Howze Auditorium.
Killeen City Council candidates are invited to address the public at a candidate forum March 4.
A Killeen High School student is facing a felony charge after Killeen ISD police say he made a terroristic threat toward other students.
One person was arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of a 17-year-old in Killeen.
BELTON — It’s almost like a “Who’s On First” routine, as no police agency is currently claiming the slayings of two Temple residents as part of their crime statistics for 2019.
The Bell County Commissioners Court will search for a Democrat to fill former Justice of the Peace Claudia Brown’s seat.
A traffic light pole fell at the intersection of Stan Schlueter Loop and Clear Creek Road on Tuesday morning, according to the Killeen Police Department's Facebook page. Police are advising drivers to avoid the intersection if possible while crews repair it.
As the county’s regional water group prepares a legislative pitch to expand its boundaries, the Bell County Attorney is looking into possible conflicts with state law with a board director.
The boil water notice issued Feb. 5 for properties located at 1701 to 1910 Shoemaker Drive in Killeen has been lifted effective immediately, according to a city of Killeen news release issued Friday.
UPDATE at 10:35 A.M.: Killeen Daily Herald Managing Editor Rose Fitzpatrick, who had been subpoenaed by the prosecution to testify about an archived Herald report of a Ku Klux Klan flyer circulated in Killeen in 2017, was dismissed without having to testify Wednesday. The trial of Justice of…