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BURNET — The Gatesville Hornets might need some reminding of what color their home jerseys are because, for the third-straight week, the Hornets had to play on the road.
Texas cruelly teased all its fans.
HARKER HEIGHTS — A longtime Heights resident has accused city officials of harassing him over ordinance violations and trying to throw him off his property.
More than 100 items stolen from the Killeen motor pool over several decades were gathered during a one-week amnesty period set up by the police chief in October.
ROGERS — As his players gathered around, the tone in Chad Krempin’s voice was sharp and critical.
When his team needed him most, Hunter Dean delivered.
Public invited to emergency fair
HARKER HEIGHTS — As Cameron Delaney’s buzzer-beating 3-pointer rimmed out, forcing overtime, Renard Thomas took a deep breath, reached up and gently patted post Kerry Walker on the back of the head.
BELTON — A Bell County grand jury indicted a Killeen man on three charges of arson for multiple homes he said he intentionally set on fire in August.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Police arrested a Killeen man Friday morning in connection with three August mobile home fires on Ball Road.
A Killeen man has been arrested and charged with arson in connection with three fires.
A late first-half score by junior running back Daniel McCants was just the beginning of the Killeen Kangaroos rally.
Lisa Freeman was cradling her 6-day-old grandson in her left arm and watching the news on her iPad while her daughter and son-in-law caught some much-needed sleep. The retired teacher was taking notes with her free hand when she heard the news: The nation had suffered its 2,000th casualty in the Afghan war.
As soon as Carlie Tuiasosopo found out she was nominated, she began campaigning. It worked.
Despite the 100-degree heat on Labor Day, several folks on East Ball Road were outside working on chores or cars, and others were sitting in the shade in lawn chairs. While the residents in this north Harker Heights neighborhood are friendly and talkative, there has been a cloud of concern hovering during the past few weeks.
HARKER HEIGHTS — East Ball Road is a mix of one-story homes and aging trailer homes. It’s a scruffy neighborhood not far from the night clubs that dot East Veterans Memorial Boulevard; tall grass grows on some lawns intertwined with occasional litter.
HARKER HEIGHTS — An uninhabited home burned down at midnight Wednesday on East Ball Road, the same street where fire officials said a mobile home was intentionally set on fire eight days earlier.
Harker Heights Deputy Fire Chief Glenn Gallenstein stands at the scene of a home destroyed by fire late Wednesday night in the 100 block of East Ball Road as fire marshals investigate the scene on Thursday.
Harker Heights firefighter Ben West looks through debris at the scene of a home destroyed by fire late Wednesday night in the 100 block of East Ball Road as fire marshals investigate the scene on Thursday.
Caution tape cordons off a home destroyed by fire late Wednesday night in the 100 block of East Ball Road in Harker Heights as fire marshals investigate the scene on Thursday.
Harker Heights deputy fire chief Glenn Gallenstein, left, and firefighter Ben West stand at the scene of a home destroyed by fire late Wednesday night in the 100 block of East Ball Road as fire marshals investigate the scene on Thursday.
Caution tape cordons off a home destroyed by fire late Wednesday night in the 100 block of East Ball Road as fire marshals investigate the scene on Thursday.
Fire officials in Harker Heights suspect an arsonist is responsible for two fires that occurred at the same mobile home in less than a week.
Belton Senior Activity Center’s annual Christmas party is from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Dec. 19 at 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.