Copperas Cove police officers will be at Lil’ Tex Restaurant, 502 S. Main St., from 7 to 9 a.m. Friday to have coffee with residents.
Michael Dean was shot Dec. 2 by Temple Police Officer Carmen DeCruz, who has been with the department for nine years, according to the Temple Police spokesman Chris Christoff.
A recently installed video surveillance system will be unveiled Wednesday with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The surveillance system will be located at the Robert Gray Army Airfield.
U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Frank Tate is the guest speaker at a Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce Military Relations Council luncheon Dec. 18 at Central Texas College’s Anderson Hall. Tate is to highlight First Army Division West’s ongoing mission to train, mobilize, and demobilize Army Reserve a…
A cold front brought rain and cold with drastic temperature changes to the Killeen area.
An accident involving a semi tractor-trailer on northbound Interstate 35 at Spur 290 (mile marker 303) in Temple is causing traffic delays.
Crime and the loss of two grocery stores in north Killeen caused residents in the 76541 ZIP code to gather Monday evening for the second meeting to plan actions.
The Temple school board on Monday approved $5.4 million in renovations to the James W. Hardin Swimming Center at Temple High School.
A 20-year-old man was arraigned in Killeen on Monday on a charge of indecency with a child sexual contact, according to the arrest affidavit.
Killeen school board members on Tuesday will be given a recap of the second and third bond steering committee meetings that took place on Nov. 17 and Dec. 3. The Killeen Independent School District superintendent has suggested seeking a bond in May to build three new elementary schools and a…
During a meeting in mid-November of individuals who have a stake in providing services to people who live on the streets, a discussion began on how to best alert the homeless when the shelters open their doors to the homeless for overnight stays during cold weather.
Harker Heights police released new details on Monday about an investigation into a shooting that took place early Sunday morning following an altercation in the parking lot of the Cinemark Theater.
The Killeen ISD Alumni Association is looking for distinguished alumni to honor at its annual award ceremony next spring.
Many local cities and organizations are celebrating one or more holidays this year, and the Herald has collected a list of area events. The Herald will update this listing and run it multiple times during the holiday season.
BELTON — Bell County could know by the end of the month if it can proceed with its plans for countywide vote centers for the March 3 primary.
A Killeen woman who stabbed a man in September pleaded guilty and was sentenced on Monday to probation after the victim decided to support her.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A highly anticipated Justice Department inspector general's report on the FBI's investigation into ties between the Trump presidential campaign and Russia brought a quick and unusual disagreement from top law enforcement officials Monday.
BELTON — A Marlin man allegedly sexually assaulted a 16-year-old girl in Belton.
The Texas State Fire Marshal’s Office confirmed Monday it is investigating a fire that claimed three houses and left eight people displaced Saturday.
After today's above average temperatures push their way through Killeen, a cold front is expected to make its way through the area tonight, bringing with it high rain chances and a sharp drop in temperatures.
Local nonprofit teen mentoring program ImPossible Paradigm Shifters Youth Program is teaming up with Galaxy B&G restaurant in Killeen and Cinergy Cinemas in Copperas Cove to party Dec. 19 ahead of the worldwide release of "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker."
More than 100 family and community members headed to The Farris Wheel, 13682 Maxdale Road, Sunday evening to watch a group of special needs children and yound adults perform a special production of the ‘Nutcracker’ ballet. During Sunday’s performance, 52 children with special needs or develo…
An afternoon festival and night parade lit up downtown Belton on Saturday with Christmas on the Chisholm Trail.
The annual New Year’s Community Prayer Service was discussed at the Care Leadership Network meeting Thursday at Helping Hands Ministry. Information also was shared by Feed My Sheep, Foster Love and other agencies and ministries in the Temple-Belton area.
For the past year, Temple College administration, instructors, staff and students have been meeting and working on processes that can best serve vulnerable students.