Two teenagers have been arrested in connection to vandalism of two churches in Gatesville, police said.
A GoFundMe account set up for the family of a drowned Belton man has far exceeded its initial goal.
The mother of Pvt. Gregory Wedel-Morales, the Fort Hood soldier who was found dead in early June, visited her son’s memorial in Killeen for the first time on Saturday.
Bell County’s new tax rate is expected to decrease for the second time in at least a decade. But taxpayers should anticipate a slightly higher tax bill because of increased property values.
Voters in Bell County Justice of the Peace Precinct 2 will consider legalizing the sale of beer and wine for off-premises consumption in the Nov. 3 election.
Bell County gained an additional 102 COVID-19 cases and saw 90 recoveries since Friday, local health officials said Monday.
An additional 102 Bell County residents have tested positive for the coronavirus since Friday, according to the county health department's dashboard on Monday.
A Coryell County grand jury indicted one man for allegedly beating a child, and also indicted a Gatesville man after police said he injured two police officers and bashed a woman’s Jeep.
COPPERAS COVE — The Copperas Cove Independent School District introduced 131 new teachers to the district during its new teacher orientation on Monday.
Harker Heights has a new assistant city manager.
A fatal crash was reported over the weekend on Interstate Highway 14 in the westbound lanes near Killeen, state police said.
Dunkin’ Donuts in the Killeen-Harker Heights-Fort Hood area are not likely to be closed — at least anytime soon.
Since the novel coronavirus pandemic started, Americans have mostly abandoned cash in favor of credit cards and contactless payments. But the switch to cashless transactions has interrupted the normal pattern of the coin supply that flows through the economy.
For a brief summer day in 1946, Page Hill and Weldon Aycock were movie stars. And — to no one’s surprise — Hollywood moguls did not come knocking with lucrative contracts.
Texas residents — including Bell County residents — are now among those across the nation receiving mysterious seeds delivered by mail in tiny bags marked as jewelry. U.S. Department of Agriculture officials are on alert because these seeds are unsolicited.
The search continued Sunday for a man who went underwater Saturday afternoon on Stillhouse Hollow Lake.
Local Killeen business OnPoint Nutrition located at 2201 West Stan Schlueter Loop has been serving the community since February 2020 with its healthy alternatives to make sure people are getting the necessary vitamins and minerals they need every day.
A local manufacturing company continues to grow and offer construction jobs to qualified local residents during a time when many are being laid off.
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The Killeen City Council will set the preliminary tax rate for fiscal year 2021 and hear a fellow councilwoman’s request to put an action item on a future agenda, at Tuesday’s council meeting.
Unprecedented unemployment claims are leaving some some local residents struggling to pay recurring bills — including rent.
As the new school year approaches, some parents are still concerned over sending their kids to school amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Killeen-area residents can expect more hot and dry weather this week.
Children scampered around the gazebo at the Santa Fe Depot on Saturday, the first free family day of the Temple Railroad and Heritage Museum since March.
“Dig It!” was the theme of the event, modified to accommodate COVID-19 restrictions, said Jordan Kinsler, museum development assistant.
Normally held the first Saturday of every month, the free family day usually has activity tables and displays set up in the depot lobby, 315 W. Avenue B