Killeen’s tent city is growing. And so is the number of questions surrounding the Friends in Crisis homeless shelter, which is closed temporarily because of a funding shortfall.

As temperatures continue to rise — along with the number of homeless people camped on the property — area residents are asking what can be done to get the shelter back up and running, as soon as possible.

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