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The Killeen Winter Carnival began Thursday and will run through Mar. 1 at the Killeen Special Events Center on South W.S. Young Drive.

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A new “soft interview room” has been created at the Killeen Police Department headquarters for sexual assault victims, according to the police department Facebook page.

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Bell and Coryell county residents continued to vote Thursday on the third day of early voting. Between the two counties, a total of nearly 1,800 votes were cast, including mail-in votes.

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The Killeen Winter Carnival began Thursday and will run through Mar. 1 at the Killeen Special Events Center on South W.S. Young Drive.

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Democrats who want to be Republican U.S. Rep. John Carter’s challenger in November think focusing on health care will turn the 31st District blue. But Republicans, who have long held the seat, say their opponents won’t have much luck without a high-profile candidate like 2018’s MJ Hegar, who is now focusing on a U.S. Senate run.

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This weekend is packed with events tailored to a variety of interests and hobbies. The semi-annual Hood Howdy event will be at Club Hood, welcoming new soldiers and their families to Fort Hood. If golfing with friends is your thing, check out the Phantom Warrior Golf Scramble, or head to the…

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After cloudy and rainy conditions covered the Killeen area Wednesday and Thursday, clear weather is expected heading into the weekend.

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BELTON — Joshua Bledsoe has always had a budding interest in bionanotechnology in some fashion since he started high school almost four years ago.

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Temple residents will soon have a new restaurant to enjoy breakfast at after the expansion of Oklahoma-based Jimmy’s Egg into the west side of the city.

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Carmen DeCruz — the Temple police officer charged with manslaughter in the Dec. 2, 2019, shooting death of Michael Dean — has resigned his position with the Temple Police Department rather than be fired as a result of an internal investigation.

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Early voting for the March 3 primary election began Tuesday as 1,514 votes were cast at six different voting locations in Bell County for county, state and national offices. The mail-in ballots accounted for only 12 of the total votes cast.