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Diana Castillo of Copperas Cove drops off documents to be shredded on November 23, 2013 for the National Shred It Day. Bryan Correira
Edmond Moriniere of Copperas Cove re-checks his boxes of documents before leaving them for shredding on November 23, 2013. Bryan Correira
He lost his credit. He lost his job, and ultimately he lost his home when his identity was stolen.
Diana Castillo of Copperas Cove watches as Adam Wolf removes a large box of documents from her truck Saturday on National Shred It Day.
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.
Fort Hood commissaries began scanning patrons’ Defense Department identification cards at the register this week.
AUSTIN — Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis doesn’t have one. Her Republican rival Attorney General Greg Abbott doesn’t have an ID that matches his voter registration, either. Like thousands of Texas voters during early voting, they have to initial an affidavit swearing to their identity.
When it came to picking a health care provider, Killeen Independent School District employee Laura Dunnells did her homework.
In just over two years, Denise Lancaster has gone from being a secret that could have gotten Maj. Mary Miller fired to a recognized spouse with equal rights.
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.
In a letter to the Killeen Daily Herald, Maj. Nidal Hasan summed up his motive for the Nov. 5, 2009, Fort Hood shooting: “I was defending my religion.”
(BPT) - You’ve seen it in the headlines. Hundreds of data breaches, often at large corporations, happen every year - and consumers suffer the consequences.
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:
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.
(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.
WASHINGTON — Sexual assaults in the military are a growing epidemic across the services and thousands of victims are still unwilling to come forward despite a slew of new oversight and assistance programs, according to a new Pentagon report.
As April 15 approaches, clever crooks use the IRS to try and separate you from your hard-earned money.
VATICAN CITY — Argentine Jorge Bergoglio has been elected pope, the first ever from the Americas and the first from outside Europe in more than a millennium. He chose the name Pope Francis.
Cardinals elected a new pope to lead the world's 1.2 billion Catholics on Wednesday, overcoming deep divisions to select the 266th pontiff in a remarkably fast conclave.
By now, we can safely say the world is not going to end, despite bleak predictions surrounding the Mayan calendar.
DJIBOUTI CITY, Djibouti — Around the clock, about 16 times a day, a drone takes off or lands at a U.S. military base here, the combat hub for the Obama administration’s counterterrorism wars in the Horn of Africa and the Middle East.
Killeen chamber plans ribbon-cutting
Like many Killeenites, Bill Mulkins does not know which district he lives in.
The Citizens for Soldiers club will have its monthly meeting and workday from noon to 3:30 p.m. Monday at the Belton Senior Activity Center, 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.