Today is the beginning of Sunshine Week, a national initiative designed to promote discussion of the importance of open government and freedom of information.
One week remains in the candidate filing period for local elections — and for the first time in eight years, it appears Killeen will have an election in all four of its district races.
Last summer, when the Killeen City Council was scrambling to bridge a multimillion-dollar shortfall in the municipal budget, residents demanded a forensic audit to get to the bottom of the city’s financial woes.
The Texas Education Agency’s new system for rating school districts received a failing grade from educators across the state Friday — which was hardly a surprise.
Killeen City Council members are coming to the stark realization the only way they can balance the 2017 budget is by making some serious cuts.
With Tuesday’s swearing in of newly appointed Place 2 Councilman Richard “Dick” Young, the Killeen City Council is back at full strength for the first time in nearly three months.
Following the latest attempt by city officials to block records from public view, a Killeen city councilman is calling for an examination of how the city handles public information requests.
The Republican candidates for the House District 54 and Senate District 24 seats have been making a lot of noise in the week leading up to Tuesday’s election.