The June 9 tornado that swept through western Coryell County touched down just north of Grimes Crossing Road, off of Big Divide Road, according to a map released by the city of Copperas Cove.
A Killeen man has been identified as the suspect of a fire that left seven dogs and one bird dead.
Texas Veterans Commission chairman Eliseo “Al” Cantu Jr. is scheduled to be the guest speaker Friday at the Central Texas Military Officers Association of America meeting in Killeen.
Two bands of storms moved through the Killeen/Fort Hood area Sunday night, bringing with them heavy rainfall and light hail, according to the National Weather Service station in Dallas/Fort Worth.
Representatives from the Building Officials Association of Texas Disaster Response Team will be conducting a preliminary damage assessment today at 5:30 p.m. of properties affected by the tornado that moved through Copperas Cove on June 9.
More than 100 Killeen residents are still without power this morning after late-night thunderstorm swept through the area Sunday night.
Thunderstorms pounded the Killeen area Sunday evening, producing heavy rainfall and hail in parts of the area.
Hundreds on area residents mingled with vendors and entertainers on the floor of the Harker Heights Event Center on Sunday in celebration of Juneteenth, a holiday that commemorates the June 19, 1865, announcement of the abolition of slavery in Texas.
A trailer full of suitcases and sleeping gear was parked outside the First United Methodist Church is Killeen on Sunday, awaiting even more equipment. Multiple adults and 40 members of the youth group were loading the trailer and multiple vans in preparation for their week-long mission trip …
LAMPASAS — It was five days before Thanksgiving and Paul “Hippie” Munsel was cruising home from work on his beloved 1980 Harley Sportster when the unthinkable happened.
In May 2018, the Killeen City Council was presented with a fiscal year 2019 preliminary budget status, included with projected numbers of the General Fund, a budget schedule and five-year forecast.
School is out, the pools are open and the temperatures are rising: Perfect conditions for long days outdoors and in the sun.
COPPERAS COVE — H-E-B Plus Copperas Cove in partnership with the Cove Chamber of Commerce, Carlson Law Firm, and Centex Run Series hosted this years’ annual 5K Summer Run to Fun on Saturday morning at South Park in Copperas Cove.
For Jessica Darvell, who lives on Logsdon Street, June 9 was a day like any other. She spent the day doing chores while her husband was away in California.
COPPERAS COVE — Cinergy Cinemas in Cove celebrated 10 years in a big way Saturday. Opened on June 11, 2009, the theater celebrated the occasion with a big event outside the theater.
The NAACP Killeen Branch No. 6189 hosted its 30th annual Juneteenth celebration this weekend, culminating with a worship service and picnic Saturday at the Green Avenue Park in Killeen.
On Tuesday, the Killeen City Council will discuss a possible ordinance to create a new position for the Killeen Fire Department.
COPPERAS COVE — Candy Outfitters owner Michael White had a few heartfelt words for the nearly 100 people who showed up to bid the Copperas Cove candy store goodbye on Saturday.
The Hill Country Transit District, which operates The Hop buses, will be holding public hearings this week to address issues riders may experience and will offer fixed-route bus service to the hearings.
COPPERAS COVE — A variety of vehicles from classic to modern day were on display Saturday during the 5th annual Car, Bike and Truck Show Saturday at Moose Lodge 2029 in Copperas Cove.
The Copperas Cove City Council will hold a series of public hearings on amending land use plans and property rezoning at its next regular meeting on Tuesday.
Nearly everything for your home buying needs could be found at the Killeen Home Buyers Expo. Local Realtors and other vendors met at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center Saturday.
COPPERAS COVE —— “Just a bunch of people trying to clean up.”
Kechi Okwuchi, an “America’s Got Talent” finalist who survived a plane crash, was the keynote speaker at the Intelligent and Talented Girls Conference at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center on Friday.
Veterans in Texas who were exposed to the toxic smoke from open burn pits during deployments to Southwest Asia could soon have another avenue to document their health concerns.
Two nonprofits — Project: Spread a Lil Love and Helping Homeless in Killeen — are on hand to help the homeless.
The Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery in Killeen will conduct an unaccompanied veteran burial at 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 18, for Spc. Thomas Joe Quinn, a United States Army veteran. Quinn served in the Army from 1962 to 1965 and has been awarded the Army Good Conduct Medal and the Expert R…
Construction of the new concrete parking lot at Ellison High School in Killeen is well underway. A crew was working this week on the lot, which the district plans to have done before students arrive back to school in August.
Approximately 200 animals, mostly cats, were confiscated from a house in the 3600 block of Fox Glove Drive in Killeen on Friday. The Animal Services Unit had received several complaints of an excessive number of felines in the house, Ofelia Miramontez said, speaking on behalf of the city of …
A Killeen man was sentenced in a Bell County courtroom this week after violating his deferred adjudication probation for spitting on a police officer in 2015.
A Killeen man was sentenced by a Bell County judge on Monday on an assault charge after police said he punched and attempted to stab a family member last year.
To help cope with the Texas summer heat, Killeen now has a new ice cream shop.
A local Father’s Day concert will feature a popular Philadelphia band and several other up and coming artists.
The 10th annual Movies in Your Park Series provides free entertainment for Killeen area residents.
The 2019 spring scores for grades three through eight of the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness — better known as the STAAR tests — were released statewide this week.
FORT HOOD — For soldiers, students or anyone else, the enemy can come in a variety of guises from the weather to a challenging colleague to a pool of murky, green water.