The Boys & Girls Club of Central Texas launched its day camps for mission essential employees Tuesday in Killeen, Copperas Cove, Nolanville and other cities.
April 1 is Census Day, and that’s no joke.
Temple Police Department spokesman Cody Weems was named interim city spokesman Monday after the previous spokeswoman resigned.
Fort Hood officials issued a shelter-in-place order over the weekend and will be hosting a virtual Facebook town hall at 11 a.m. Tuesday to answer questions.
With cloudy skies and cool temperatures on Monday afternoon, Killeen resident Meiko Thomas, 28, made her way to the O-Mart store with her two children.
During a webinar on Monday morning, three Killeen entrepreneurs hammered out ways to keep small businesses alive during the coronavirus crisis. The online forum “Entrepreneurs Adapt!” was hosted by the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce and was one in a series of informative sessions.
BELTON — A former Temple Police officer charged with manslaughter in the Dec. 2, 2019, fatal shooting death of Michael Dean is no longer in the Bell County Jail.
McLane Global, a Houston subsidiary of Temple-based McLane Co., is participating in an emergency hunger relief effort announced by the U.S. Department of Agriculture in mid-March.
A new Temple transitional shelter will need to find a new place to settle down after being denied a permit for a proposed location due to its proximity to stores that sell alcohol and other shelters.
The city of Copperas Cove is closing all of its offices to in-person traffic effective immediately, according to a press release issued by the city. City offices will remain open for telephone, email, and online services only.
For the month of April the Killeen City Council will meet every two weeks, according to a vote made last Tuesday. The council voted to have meetings on April 14 and April 28. Mayor Jose Segarra said it would be a combined “workshop and meeting.”
Amtrak announced Monday that the rail service would temporarily stop taking cash for tickets at Temple and other train stops across the system.
Temple officials will temporarily close the intersection of South First Street and West Avenue A Wednesday as crews install new electrical, fiber and irrigation systems.
The Texas Military Department confirmed that the National Guard Armory in Killeen is not one of the three activated teams is expected to be deployed under Gov. Greg Abbott’s ongoing response to rising COVID-19 cases in the state. As of Monday afternoon, there were 2,877 confirmed cases of th…
A Temple man with four previous convictions for assault-family violence was arrested March 23 and charged with assaulting a family member.
Bell County officials reported an eight-person jump in COVID-19 cases Monday, bringing the total number of known infections to 36.
Whether it is a routine-care visit or a long-awaited appointment with a specialist, medical visits usually have a high priority on people’s agenda.
East Bell County will have a new constable starting Wednesday.
The southbound lane of North 38th Street in Killeen, from Brookbend Drive to Muir Drive, will be closed through Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., according to a press release issued by the city of Killeen.
Gov. Greg Abbott on Sunday ratcheted up travel restrictions into Texas during the new coronavirus pandemic, while announcing the state's first pop-up hospital to deal with the crisis. He also said he was moving to "stop the release of dangerous felons" amid the outbreak.
President Trump issued an order Friday night that permits the Pentagon to bring back to active duty some veterans and reserve members of the military to augment forces already involved in the response to the coronavirus pandemic, The Washington Post reported.
This week is expected to kick off with some scatted rain showers and thunderstorms today while temperatures remain moderately warm with highs in the mid-to-upper 70s through the week and lows in the high 50s range, according to the forecast from the National Weather Service station in Dallas…
The National Weather Service in Fort Worth issued a "Hazardous Weather Outlook" on Monday for portions of Central Texas. Severe thunderstorms, frequent lightning and quarter size hail are possible.
Nesting is the new normal in Bell County amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Temple Health and Bioscience District board will be working with Newmark Knight Frank of San Antonio to map out Temple’s health ecosystem, which includes strategic planning for interconnected stakeholders that offer complimentary missions.
Just as COVID-19 is affecting public health and government today, polio became more than a disease.
Residents who live or drive in South Temple might soon see a new — yet old — connective street open up.
Sausage, preserves, bread, kolaches and bacon — especially the bacon — were flying off shelves and out of cases Saturday at Green’s Sausage House, about 10 miles east of Temple.
With social distancing comes cabin fever, and it is taking a toll on people. But while the weather is getting nicer, outdoor opportunities keep decreasing.
As the new coronavirus crisis continues, grocery stores are beginning to get a handle on the surge in shopping that kicked off when the crisis began. While many stores are still limiting the number of purchases on many items, Killeen shoppers are saying they have finally been able to find so…
With the sunny weekend almost behind us, high rain chances are expected early in the week while temperatures remain moderately warm, with highs in the mid-to-upper 70s through the week and lows in the high 50s range, according to the forecast from the National Weather Service station in Dall…
As Killeen city officials are taking steps to prevent the coronavirus from spreading to city employees and the public, they are taking action on the city’s finances — both present and future.
Temple ISD Superintendent Bobby Ott took Joe Greene — a Temple-raised Pro Football Hall of Famer — around his former high school campus Monday, discussing ways the district could properly showcase the campus’ history.