The Heart of Texas Hospice group is hosting a group memorial service at 6 p.m Thursday, at Viss Family Funeral Home, 1614 South FM 116.
Temple ISD Superintendent Bobby Ott is traversing from campus to campus to inform voters about the district’s upcoming $184.9 million bond election this November — a package that would fund a new elementary school, allow for a variety of infrastructure improvements and add 14 new classrooms to existing campuses.
The Killeen Police Department partnered with the “BNSF Police Department” on Wednesday to “enforce and educate” the public about safety around railroad tracks.
Dozens of area residents attended the burial of Spc. Billy Mark Guinn of DeSoto, a veteran of the U.S. Army, Wednesday morning at the Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery in Killeen.
Killeen Fire Chief Jim Kubinski brought good news for the city of Killeen during his COVID-19 update Tuesday night.
Southern Aluminum Finishing Co., an Atlanta-based metal distribution, finishing and fabrication company, opened the doors to its new Temple facility Wednesday.
A former Belton police officer charged during a Bell County prostitution sting last week was recognized by a deputy when he was arrested.
COPPERAS COVE — During a workshop Tuesday evening, some members of the Copperas Cove City Council took an opportunity to provide thoughts on how the city could allocate coronavirus relief money it has been awarded.
Gov. Greg Abbott on Wednesday added property tax relief and a constitutional amendment addressing bail changes to the third special session of the year.
Law enforcement on Tuesday evening alerted members of the Texas Legislature about “a credible threat” to their safety, citing that the concern was targeted at members who voted for the new six-week abortion ban passed by lawmakers earlier this year.
A panel of Texas 3rd Court of Appeals justices expressed skepticism of an argument from Attorney General Ken Paxton’s lawyers on Wednesday that he is exempt from the state’s whistleblower act because he’s not a public employee and a case against him should be thrown out.
The city of Killeen, in recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month, is partnering with Bancorp South to provide a free first-time homebuyers course, to be presented fully in Spanish.
The Belton Educational Enrichment Foundation continued its dedication in funding student scholarships and teacher grants last week when it raised more than $110,000 during its annual Boots & BBQ fundraiser.
A new coffee shop is coming to the Killeen-Temple area.
Fort Hood soldier Cpl. Nakealon Keunte Mosley was served a court order on Aug. 31 concerning a child he had with another soldier. Four days later, on the night of Sept. 4, police say he fatally shot the child’s mother, Sgt. Francine Martinez, soon after she left a Killeen club with friends.
The Killeen man who is accused of shooting another man in the face during a gun deal in April was on probation for a felony charge at the time of the alleged incident.
COPPERAS COVE — Joining thousands of students across the country and at local campuses, students at Copperas Cove High School joined together to pray and worship together on the soccer practice field Wednesday morning.
COPPERAS COVE — It was a day he will remember forever.
Temple firefighters responded to a fire early Wednesday morning at 514 S. 18th St. The blaze was under control at 4:24 a.m. No one was home at the time of the fire and no injuries were reported.
After months of work and dozens of hours of deliberation, the Killeen City Council rejected the adoption of a new ethics ordinance at its Tuesday workshop.
Regional COVID-19 hospitalization rates continued to slowly fall Tuesday even as Bell County sees a large spike in active cases.
Area police reports indicated
Carslon Law Firm, 100 E. Central Texas Expressway in Killeen, will host a “Birthday Blowout” to celebrate its 45th anniversary on Oct. 2 from 10 a.m. to noon.
U.S. Rep. Roger Williams, R-Austin, introduced a bill on Tuesday that would make former President Donald Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” policy permanent in response to the current crisis at the southern U.S. border.
Former state Sen. Pete Flores is mounting a comeback bid for the upper chamber — with significant support — in one of the first major examples of this year’s redistricting process creating new opportunities for Republican candidates.
The first day of fall will definitely bring cooler temperatures to the Killeen-Fort Hood area on Wednesday as the summer comes to a close.
Temple College has announced plans to make emergency aid grants of up to $750 available to students who enroll in fall 2nd 8-week classes, officials said.
Central Texas College in Killeen is scheduled to partner with the Department of State Health Services and Spartan Medical to host a free, public coronavirus vaccination clinic at the Anderson Campus Center on campus from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday.
A man who fired at Temple police officers as he was barricaded in a motel room was indicted on two first-degree felony charges last week.
Students from local colleges and high schools are invited to submit entries for the 42nd annual Central Texas Art Competition and Exhibition.
Starting next week, on Oct. 1, the city of Killeen will offer four additional free bulk waste drop-off locations for Killeen residents.
The handwritten letter from an inmate in the Bell County Jail begins like a voice reaching up from the bottom of a well, faint yet powerfully insistent: “To Anyone Who is Listening,” it says.
The Killeen City Council began its discussion of the Killeen city charter Monday, possibly signaling changes for the first time in years.