One is a writer. Another is a missionary doctor. There is also a musician and two business executives.
Some parents and their children are upset with Killeen Independent School District after a nine-guest limit for the graduation ceremonies of Ellison and Harker Heights High School seniors was announced.
Killeen Independent School District has found another venue for providing information on its request for millions in taxpayer dollars for school construction and renovation.
When the 13th annual state archery tournament gets underway this week, one of the teams in the hunt for a championship will be representing Nolanville Elementary School.
Laura Weiser Erlandson, Texas A&M University-Central Texas associate professor, remembers a time when she and colleague, Assistant Professor Linh Pham, spent months unpacking scientific equipment and moving into the biology and chemistry labs on the fourth floor of Warrior Hall in Killeen.
Gabriella Gorres would not call herself a history buff.
On March 3, students from more than a dozen Texas high schools met in Belton to compete in the last opportunity to hone their skills and measure their abilities against their peers in the final University Interscholastic League academic competition of the year before the District 6A-8 Championship.
Seven KISD Career Center education students are on their way to the national championship for their organization, a group called Educators Rising.
FORT HOOD — For all the commands of “communicate and motivate,” “push yourself” and “leave no one behind,” the football workout might have been a day of military basic training — and that was precisely the point.
Timothy Piccolotti has lived on the corner of Cody Lane and Chaparral Road for more than 20 years. He can be seen lounging with family and friends on sunny afternoons on lawn chairs in his driveway. He waves at whoever drives by and hollers “Hey!” to his neighbors, who all know each other.
Bus drivers employed by Killeen Independent School District get paid less on average than comparable districts around the state, with several having less than a year of experience driving buses.
Spring break began early for students with the Killeen Independent School District, as children were let out of class two hours early Friday.
KNCT-TV was the sole PBS station in the Waco-Killeen-Temple area when it first went live November 1970. The closest PBS affiliate was in College Station in Texas A&M’s KAMU-TV.
Bush’s Chicken may be known for its sweet tea and tasty chicken, but Martin Walker Elementary School students also association the fast food restaurant with literacy.
Copperas Cove High School advanced to the bi-district One Act Play competition for the second consecutive year and will compete March 24 to advance to the area contest.
Hundreds of elementary-age students competed March 3 in an Olympic-size event that transformed science from an academic discipline to something exciting and social.
Killeen Independent School District will observe spring break this coming week.
Former NFL quarterback Michael Vick visiting a local high school this weekend for a football camp has raised some eyebrows.
Killeen Independent School District has named a new head football coach and athletic coordinator at Ellison High School, according to a press release.
Inside the cafeteria at Nolan Middle School on Jasper Road Thursday evening, rows of lunch benches sat empty behind Phil Haggerty, Kenny Jean and Killeen Independent School District officials.
Killeen Independent School District students will get out of school two hours earlier than normal Friday in advance of spring break, according to a press release.
The Killeen Independent School District Board of Trustees and Superintendent John Craft honored three students and one school counselor at the latest board meeting Tuesday.
A 13-year-old Killeen student has been arrested and charged with making a terroristic threat after he made a "threat of gun violence against the school," according to school officials.
The Killeen Independent School Board is expected Tuesday to approve a plan to deal with frequent flooding that regularly forces Harker Heights High School marching band members to carry their instruments through water.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Superintendent John Craft was blunt when asked what the Killeen Independent School District intends to do if its $426 million in proposed bonds fail to pass on the May 5 ballot.
One of Killeen Independent School District's public meetings to provide information to voters about the proposed school construction and renovation bond program that will be on the May 5 ballot has been rescheduled.
Students at Trimmier Elementary, 4400 Success Drive, in Killeen evacuated the school due to smoke around 9:30 a.m., according to chief communication officer Terry Abbott.
Killeen Independent School District voters will have a menu of proposed bond items before them in May, totaling $426 million in work. But some voters see certain ballot items as more appealing than others, wishing they could place an a-la-carte order with their taxpayer money.
Determined to spread kindness across a campus, Willow Springs Elementary School students designed T-shirts and heritage dolls and buddied up to talk about character traits.
No additional threats to Killeen Independent School District schools were reported Friday, according to chief communication officer Terry Abbott.
For the second day in a row, a Killeen Independent School District student was arrested on suspicion of making terroristic threats.
A Killeen Independent School District student has been arrested for the second day in a row.
Superintendent John Craft will be giving a presentation on the upcoming bond proposal for Killeen Independent School District from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday, March 5, at the Central Texas Home Builders Association. This is a change of location.
A 12-year-old girl and student of Killeen Independent School District was arrested early Wednesday morning, accused of making terroristic threats against several schools.