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.
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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.
According to court documents obtained Monday, Killeen police responded to a call about a robbery on Friday at the Family Dollar store, located at 2200 East Veterans Memorial Boulevard.
An 19-year-old man was indicted by a Bell County grand jury after he was accused of having sex with an 11-year-old Temple girl.
The Salado Independent School District withdrew its local mask policy on Sunday — a move made in response to the expiration of temporary restraining orders against Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s Executive Order GA-38.
A civilian journalist with long ties to the 1st Cavalry Division was buried in his adopted hometown of Concord, North Carolina on Saturday after a memorial service honoring his life.
BELTON — The youngest astronaut to walk on the moon will be the featured speaker for the 2021 McLane Lecture set next week at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.
A Duke of Hazzard County made it to Bell County over the weekend.
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FORT HOOD — The command team for the 1st Cavalry Division officially unveiled Legends Way during a ceremony in front of Cooper Field on Monday.
Little Nolan Road from Bacon Ranch Road to Stan Schlueter Loop will be shut down at varying times of the day beginning Tuesday, Sept. 20, as the Transportation Division of the City’s Public Works Department completes asphalt overlay and milling. Lanes will be closed beginning at 7 a.m. and w…
COPPERAS COVE — Dozens of Copperas Cove students were joined Friday evening by family and friends, along with members of the Miss Five Hills Scholarship Program for the fifth annual Suicide Awareness and Prevention Walk at South Park.
SALADO — Sweeping changes are set for the village as a community cleanup campaign begins Saturday.
BELTON — Bell County Emergency Management partnered with the Texas Army National Guard this past weekend in a dispensation of free Pfizer COVID-19 vaccinations at the Bell Coun- ty Expo Center in Belton.
“He will always be with you” was the theme of the CARE Leadership Network’s 21st annual back-to-school community prayer service Sunday afternoon at Temple Bible Church.
Devious deeds are being fought with community outreach as Central Texas school districts see campus restrooms targeted for vandalism and thefts related to a social media challenge.
The Killeen City Council is set for a packed double feature this week, as it prepares to review its ethics and governing standards.
Lego enthusiasts from all over the area came out Saturday and Sunday to experience “Bricks Killeen.”
Killeen is expected to experience near 100 degree weather until the middle of the week, according to National Weather Service Meteorologist Lamont Bain.
The Killeen City Council will discuss different aspects of governing expectations at two scheduled workshops this week.
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State lawmakers are gearing up for a third special session of the Texas Legislature by Gov. Greg Abbott, which is scheduled to begin Monday.