A group of assessors have made their way to Killeen this week to evaluate the city’s men and women in blue.
BELTON — The Rusty Awards celebrate individuals who live and persevere with disabilities and those who advocate for them.
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On a cool, cloudy Wednesday afternoon, a woman stood in front of a salmon-color marble monument that bears 23 names.
BELTON — Parents are in uncharted territory nowadays. The advent of social media and smartphones changed everything — including bullying.
A family is hoping to find a match for a bone marrow transplant for 21-year-old Lizzie Tennyson, who has had leukemia since she was 13.
Two men who were set to go to trial this week on separate sexual assault charges from 2016, instead pleaded guilty on Tuesday.
Terrikah Lyn Haynes, the mother of two children who were found dead Sept. 30 in the 1500 block of South 35th Street, is currently being processed in the Bell County Jail.
BELTON — A Waco woman was sentenced to probation Tuesday in connection with the July 2018 sexual assault of a 14-year-old boy.
A Temple man has been charged for causing a motorcycle wreck that critically injured a woman in October 2018.
A Killeen man was sentenced to prison time on two felony charges after police said he injured a woman after a physical assault and was found to be in possession of a firearm during a separate incident last year.
Central Texas College was recently ranked in the top 100 of community colleges for adults in the country on a list compiled by Washington Monthly.
The Killeen Police Department has a warrant for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for the subject of manhunt after a shooting last week, according to department spokeswoman Ofelia Miramontez on Wednesday.
COPPERAS COVE — The city of Copperas Cove is not ready to update its comprehensive plan despite three years of discussions and revisions.
BELTON — Two mothers spoke on behalf of their sons during a sentencing hearing Tuesday, but only one had the last word on a Killeen murder case from 2017.
A juvenile was arraigned Monday on the charge of assault on a public servant, according to an arrest affidavit.
Efforts to redevelop the Hawn Hotel and Arcadia Theater are set to continue this week as the Temple City Council is expected to vote to provide more city funding for the project.
The Spirit of Halloween store brought much of its staff and a lot of its merchandise to Baylor Scott & White McLane Children’s Medical Center for a party Tuesday for hospitalized pediatric patients and those who had appointments at the specialty clinic.
An autopsy report says a Killeen motorist killed in a Temple accident last week died from blunt force injuries.
Getting accustomed to a world he doesn’t know anymore is more than a transition for George Powell, he said Tuesday.
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Before dawn Tuesday beneath a thick canopy of cloud cover in intermittent rain, the Killeen ISD’s Early College High School senior class of 2020 gathered to greet the day, to make a memory and to do it together.
LITTLE RIVER-ACADEMY — Academy Independent School District Superintendent Billy Harlan said Tuesday the investigation into a teacher wasn’t criminal in nature.
Judge John Youngblood of the Milam County-based 20th District Court is seeking a third term.
GATESVILLE — Law enforcement officers and first responders will be recognized at a breakfast Thursday morning hosted by the Exchange Club of Gatesville.
Temple Police Department officers will serve guests and collect donation at a Tip-a-Cop fundraiser on Friday.
If you think you are hearing more airplanes than usual in the Killeen area, you are correct.
Killeen City Council established a Street Maintenance Fee that took effect July 1 to improve the condition of Killeen’s roadway infrastructure. To jump-start the program, funding was set aside to address an initial grouping of streets.