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COPPERAS COVE — Copperas Cove residents may be looking at a city property tax rate of 76.0068 cents per $100 valuation for the upcoming fiscal year after the Copperas Cove City Council unanimously proposed that rate Thursday evening.

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A Killeen man is facing drug offenses after police said they found him in possession of multiple illicit drugs.

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Temple College is set to heighten its research into the zebra mussel invasions at Lake Belton and Stillhouse Hollow Lake following a $48,151 grant from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.

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To fill remaining staff positions for the upcoming school year, the Belton Independent School District will hold a job fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday at Belton New Tech High School @ Waskow, 320 N. Blair in Belton.

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Not sure what to do this weekend? This local listing has you covered. Check out the Hoffpauir Riata Round Up Rodeo, Boots and Bling Soul Jamboree and Day Party, Legacy Fighting Alliance Heavyweight Championship or one of the local parks and recreation pool parties for family-friendly fun. De…

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With the snip of a ribbon from some oversize scissors, officials from Killeen and Water Control and Improvement District No. 1 finally marked the official opening of a new multi-million-dollar water treatment plant Wednesday morning.

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The city of Belton moved a step forward in its pursuit of extending the Belton Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone agreement for an additional 20 years during a Belton City Council meeting on Tuesday.

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The Killeen Independent School District board of trustees approved the 2021-2022 student code of conduct handbook Tuesday to include an updated definition of harassment, and disciplinary situations which could lead to a mandatory disciplinary alternative education program placements.

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A Killeen man was arrested by the Killeen Police Department Monday after reportedly shooting at his ex-girlfriend as she drove by his house, according to an affidavit obtained Tuesday.

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Temple might soon see $10 million in federal funds for transportation projects following an announcement by U.S. Rep John Carter, R-Round Rock, and Temple Mayor Tim Davis.