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Killeen Branch no. 6189 of the NAACP hosted a free seminar on home buying, money management and banking Thursday at the Killeen Community Center.

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NOLANVILLE - The Federal Comp and Wellness clinic in Nolanville is officially open as of Tuesday. The new clinic is located off of Paddy Hamilton Road in Nolanville and they specialize in serving federal injured workers like postal workers who get injured on the job, VA hospital employees an…

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By living in the vicinity of one of the world’s largest military bases, there are plenty of events happening to honor Memorial Day. From parades, to laying flags at the veteran’s cemetery, there are a number of ways to participate in the festivities. Don’t forget to check out the family-frie…

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If you stroll past 205 W. Rancier Ave., Suite D in Killeen, you just might catch the glint of the ultra-sparkly gold that makes up the entire back wall of Styluz, a new clothing boutique. The store celebrated its grand opening May 18, serving refreshments like mimosas, giveaways and exclusiv…

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A chance encounter between a car salesman at Dennis Eakin Kia of Killeen and a Vietnam veteran has led to roughly 100 Vietnam veterans being honored with service pins over the last couple of years.

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A crash was reported about 8:20 a.m. on northbound Interstate 35 between Belton and Temple, according to TxDOT. Traffic is backing up from about mile marker 295 (north of Central Avenue) past the I-14/US 190 interchange on I35, and to Loop 121 on I-14/US 190 in Belton.

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Local residents will have a new option to get their pets spayed or neutered with the opening of the Texas Humane Heroes spay and neuter clinic on Friday at the Killeen Pet Adoption Center, 5501 Clear Creek Road in Killeen.

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Drawing out the suspense with touching video testimony and Hollywood spotlight entrances, Killeen ISD leaders revealed Tuesday this year’s district teachers of the year.

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Friends in Crisis, the downtown Killeen homeless shelter that had served since 2015 and had housed more than 2,500 people with over 100,000 nights in recent years, shut down temporarily over the weekend leaving many on Monday displaced and searching for alternatives.

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FORT HOOD — The U.S. Army Operational Test Command will get a new commander on Thursday during a change of command ceremony at its headquarters building.

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FORT HOOD — The U.S. Army Operational Test Command will get a new commander on Thursday during a change of command ceremony at its headquarters building.

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The National Weather Service in Dallas-Fort Worth has issued a wind advisory for Central Texas, including Lampasas, Coryell, Bell and McLennan counties.

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Comic Jam allows artist like Camia Mateo, 12, to contribute to a limited edition comic book at CTC's Epically Geeky Expo on May 19.

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The Comic Jam corner of CTC's Epically Geeky Expo allows artist to contribute a first edition comic book. Artist of all skill levels are invited to participate.

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Artist Dojo allows Epically Geeky Expo participants to watch some of their favorite artist work, as well as interact with questions about their art, and features various artists vendors throughout the weekend.

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Comic Jam, one of the many artist events at CTC's Epically Geeky Expo, gives artist like 12-year-old Camia Mateo the chance to contribute her art to a limited edition comic book.

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Central Texas College hosted its 10th annual Epically Geeky Expo (EGX), formerly known as Geekfest, on Saturday, the second of the three-day event. The Saturday events took place at the Mayborn Science Theater building, as well as the Anderson Campus Center.

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FORT HOOD — On a cloudy Saturday morning, approximately 100 soldiers, veterans, family members and friends came from as far as Washington State and Pennsylvania to pay tribute to the fallen in a wreath laying ceremony at the 3rd Cavalry Regiment Memorial on Fort Hood as part of the closing c…

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The average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gas was $2.51 in the Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood area on Saturday. That’s a drop of 2 cents per gallon from this day last week, and is 13 cents less than this time last year, according to AAA Texas Weekend Gas Watch.

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UPDATE, 2 p.m.: Bean-sized hail, heavy downpours and power outages reported in Killeen. Shortly after 3 p.m., Oncor's power outage map showed about outages affecting more than 1,400 customers in Killeen. Estimated restoration is 7 p.m. today.

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The tenth anniversary edition of the Epically Geeky Expo (EGX) at Central Texas College got underway Friday with costumed characters and other attendees more interested in finding some relief from the evening heat than gathering outside for a cosplay ball.

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FORT HOOD — There was no holding back as approximately 150 soldiers from the 3rd Cavalry Regiment competed on Veterans Field in the Best Rifle Competition on Friday at Fort Hood — all part of the unit’s 173rd birthday celebration week.

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BELTON – The two elderly men had much in common: close, protective families; long, happy marriages; U.S. Army combat tours in Vietnam, where each was injured; and 17 now-grown children between them.

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Epically Geeky Expo, or EGX, formerly GeekFest, opens Friday on the campus of Central Texas College marking the 10th anniversary of the event. The three-day celebration of all things science fiction, gaming, anime, technology and fantasy runs May 17-19. Numerous gaming tournaments, cosplay d…

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This weekend is bursting with things to do. Geek out with fellow enthusiasts at the three-day Epically Geeky Expo, or enjoy some family fun time at Rabbit Fest and Celebrate Killeen Festival. Check out the events listing for this and more.

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A battalion in the 1st Cavalry Division had the opportunity to host movie and martial arts star Chuck Norris for an up close and personal look at the M1A2 “Abrams” main battle tank at Fort Hood on Tuesday.

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Carry The Load, a nonprofit dedicated to providing active, meaningful ways to honor and celebrate the sacrifices made the military, veterans, first responders and their families, will rally at the Fort Hood 1st Cavalry Division Horse Detachment May 23 as part of its 4,600-mile West Coast Relay.

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FORT HOOD — About 40 spouses from 3rd Cavalry Regiment “Brave Rifles” got a chance to experience part of the long-standing tradition of Calvary soldiers on Tuesday with a spouse spur ride on Fort Hood.

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The 2019 Ride of Silence, which raises awareness for cyclists’ right to public roadways, will take place 7 p.m. Wednesday at the municipal building at 101 N. Fifth St. in Nolanville.

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Vice Adm. Raquel Bono, Defense Health Agency director, discusses what patients can expect when Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center on Fort Hood transfers to DHA management during a Monday press conference at the hospital.

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Vice Adm. Raquel Bono, Defense Health Agency director, talks to Col. David Gibson, commander of Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center, during a Monday press conference at the hospital concerning the change in management for the hospital from Army Medicine to DHA.

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FORT HOOD — Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center will transfer from being managed by Army Medicine to the Defense Health Agency by Oct. 1, but patients should not see any difference in the way they receive care, according to the director of DHA.

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TEMPLE — Justice of the Peace David Barfield issued a warrant Thursday for the arrest of 18-year-old Nikeya Sherrod Crumb for his role in the March 12 death of Mario Arriaga,

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Casting aside their worries about the weekend weather, more than 5,000 people flocked to the new, larger site of the Central Texas Asian Pacific Festival on Saturday to share in a unique part of Killeen’s culture and traditions.

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HARKER HEIGHTS — Accustomed to overcoming obstacles as part of daily life, hundreds gathered at Harker Heights Community Park on a rainy Saturday in support and celebration of living with purpose in opposition to a life-threatening illness.