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If your wallet has ever been lost or stolen, you know what a pain it is to replace your driver’s license. That goes double when other vital documents like your, passport, birth certificate or car registration are misplaced or destroyed in a natural disaster. Without the proper ID, you can’t start a new job, buy a house, apply for insurance or a host of other common transactions.
Diana Castillo of Copperas Cove drops off documents to be shredded on November 23, 2013 for the National Shred It Day. Bryan Correira
He lost his credit. He lost his job, and ultimately he lost his home when his identity was stolen.
Edmond Moriniere of Copperas Cove re-checks his boxes of documents before leaving them for shredding on November 23, 2013. Bryan Correira
Diana Castillo of Copperas Cove watches as Adam Wolf removes a large box of documents from her truck Saturday on National Shred It Day.
Better Business Bureau’s Shred Day, offering free on-site document shredding and cellphone and computer recycling, is coming up Oct. 27, which falls on the last day of Identity Theft Protection Week.
Silvia Rhoads, executive director of Keep Copperas Cove Beautiful, left, and Adam Wolf empty bags of documents to be shredded on National Shred-It Day on Saturday.
COPPERAS COVE — Residents thwarted would-be thieves Saturday by taking advantage of an opportunity to properly dispose of their personal documents, while helping the environment at the same time.
Anti-lock brakes and driver assist systems aim to help motorists avoid an accident, and when one occurs, a host of safety features, like airbags, activate to help minimize injury to the vehicle’s occupants. Cybersecurity for businesses functions much like those assist systems in your car, working to prevent a security breach of sensitive identifying data.
By Richard Kitterman
Better Business Bureau Shred Day events resulted in 116,368 pounds of consumers' confidential documents, computer parts and cardboard shredded and recycled. In addition, 10 boxes of old cellphones were recycled.
Applicants must show proof of residency with two forms of documention
The Central Texas Better Business Bureau will expand its efforts to prevent identity theft at its 2012 BBB Shred Day event on Saturday. For the first time, the BBB will include computers and cellphone recycling along with on-site document shredding.
(StatePoint) Technology has swept the heartland of America, providing families new, more efficient ways to use their home computers to manage household finances, maintain personal histories and records and store precious digital photographs.
By Holly Wise
By Philip Jankowski
Killeen chamber plans ribbon-cutting
By Mason W. Canales
By Jason Alderman
By Richard Kitterman
Fort Hood commissaries began scanning patrons’ Defense Department identification cards at the register this week.
Although summer heat is still burning, high school students’ opportunities for beach trips, house parties and late weeknights are drawing to a close.
To the Editor:
By Natalie Younts
By L.B. Edgar
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.