The Veterans Crisis Line in Killeen is looking for volunteer responders, according to the organization’s Facebook page.
A 10-city gospel music tour will kick off in Killeen on Feb. 29.
Temple Independent School District’s senior leadership detailed their innovative success in education at ESC’s Region 12 headquarters in Waco on Wednesday morning.
The Central Texas College Hospitality department will host its next Patio Café Cuisine Nights dinner from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Friday in the Southwest Dining Room of the CTC Student Center.
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.
During his time as a high school musician, Cameron Roucloux wished he had more opportunities performing with a live band.
The family of a man they say was shot by a Killeen police officer during a traffic stop Tuesday has spoken out on his condition and their side of the events that took place.
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…
Killeen police said a 44-year-old man they arrested after a three-hour standoff had numerous firearms inside a Killeen house.
It’s routine for Nolanville police to ask people they pull over for their Social Security number, but that didn’t sit well with one driver earlier this week.
SALADO — The general manager/director of golf at Mill Creek Country Club was arrested and charged with deadly conduct, police said.
A 41-year-old man that was a New Hampshire parolee was arrested in Copperas Cove Wednesday afternoon by the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force, according to a news release from the U.S. Marshals Service.
A total of 84 dentists, 84 dental assistants and 30 dental hygienists and students — all volunteers — are expected to offer free dental care for veterans in Killeen this weekend.
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A Bell County grand jury indicted a Killeen man on felony charges Wednesday after police said he chased a man and attempted to stab him last month.
A third trial date will be set in the misdemeanor case of a Killeen City Council candidate accused of disrupting a City Council workshop in 2018.
A new book, written by a Lampasas author, has hit the shelves of bookstores and online retailers.
Jason Lee Jones, a former Killeen Independent School District employee, was indicted Wednesday on two counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child for allegedly assaulting a young girl in Temple
Former Temple mayor Danny Dunn said he could not be more grateful for his time as a Temple High Wildcat.
A Killeen woman has successfully completed training as a hair loss specialist and now wants to help others.
The Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce and Greater Killeen Young Professionals will hold a ribbon cutting for downtown Killeen’s newest mural, recently completed by artist Joe Perez III.
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.
The Fort Hood USO will soon be the largest in the world, according to the USO’s director of internal and regional communications, Eugenia Gardner.
III Corps and local U.S. Army recruiters will host a Career Expo on March 3 and 4 for high school juniors and seniors that is expected to draw more than 9,000 students to Fort Hood.
A Killeen Police officer discharged a weapon following a traffic stop about 10:15 p.m. Wednesday, according to a Killeen Police Department news release. The driver of the vehicle was transported to Baylor Scott & White Medical Center in Temple with injuries that did not appear to be life threatening.
COPPERAS COVE — The Copperas Cove City Council voted to take the next step toward getting a state grant to help cover the cost of upgrades to Texas Highway 9.
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.
The city-owned Stonetree Golf Course, which was outsourced mid-year 2019, lost more than $254,000 in FY19, according to a new presentation given to the Killeen City Council on Tuesday.