An 18-year-old woman has died after being distracted by her cellphone and crashing into a Killeen welcome sign on Interstate 14 early Friday, police said.
Spring is in full swing in the Killeen-Fort Hood area, and with summer swiftly approaching, now is the time to celebrate. Visit the Monarch Festival to celebrate seasonal migration, the Heart of Texas RV Show to prepare for future vacations, local libraries for spring family fun, or a farmer…
Emergency officials in south Killeen responded to a person lying in the street, and attempted to save the person’s life; however, the person later died.
A busy Killeen intersection is back open after a water main break.
By a narrow 4-3 vote, the Killeen City Council voted Tuesday to approve Executive Director of Public Works Danielle Singh as the new assistant city manager.
Killeen ISD officials said parents may now pick up their students from Manor Middle School following a threat earlier this afternoon.
Several Killeen City Council members had pointed questions for City Manager Kent Cagle on Tuesday, regarding his proposed appointment of Public Works Director Danielle Singh as the assistant city manager.
The city of Killeen celebrated the life of a former mayor on Friday at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center.
NOTE: This weather alert expired at 10 p.m. on March 24.
Fort Hood was able to keep the power on at the military post during the historic Texas ice storm last month, but now the “ginormous” energy bill has come in.
Cyanotoxins from blue-green algae were identified at Lake Belton during sampling by the Brazos River Authority — testing that was spurred when multiple dogs died following exposure to the water earlier this month.
No serious injuries were reported after a “significant” rollover on Interstate 14 near the Applebee’s and Tilted Kilt restaurants around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday.
A 21-year-old man is dead following an early Monday morning crash on South Fort Hood Street.
The Killeen Police Department is investigating two related shootings, one fatal, involving teenagers overnight on Saturday into Sunday.
Raul Villaronga, who earned the Silver Star in the jungles of Vietnam and went on to become the first Hispanic mayor of Killeen, has died, current Mayor Jose Segarra confirmed Saturday morning. Villaronga was 82.
The Killeen City Council voted Tuesday to bring back for discussion the allocation of $4 million for short-term street repairs.
The Killeen City Council was told Tuesday that a grocer with a plan to build a 60,000-square-foot store is in negotiation with a developer to build a grocery store in north Killeen.
A vehicle theft in Harker Heights led to a fiery crash on I-14 on Sunday afternoon.
One man is in custody in the Killeen City Jail following his involvement in a traffic accident with a police vehicle and his subsequent fleeing the scene.
When Killeen residents Katie Collier and Victoria Dill saw the suffering in the community following the frigid temperatures and power outages two weeks ago, they decided to use their own money to alleviate some of the suffering around them.
Killeen police are asking the public’s help in identifying a man accused of shooting someone at a Killeen business on Sunday.
After being under a citywide boil-water notice for several days, Harker Heights residents may soon be relieved of their expectations to take the precautionary measure before consumption.
The Killeen city government lifted a citywide boil-water notice about 10:30 p.m. Wednesday.
A boil-water notice is issued effective February 25, 2021 at 11:30 a.m. for properties located at 408 to 906 Oak Hill Drive and 700 to 716 Spring Branch Drive.
A late night domestic disturbance led to the deaths of a Killeen couple.
A local resident said he has seen price gouging on cases of bottled water at two stores in Killeen.
In response to winter storm recovery-related school closures by KISD, the following Clements Boys & Girls Clubs facilities will open to serve 6-12-year-old youth from Monday through Wednesday, from 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.