The still-present need for work toward equality was one of the main messages given to attendees Monday at a car parade to honor Martin Luther King Jr.
A Killeen church cooked, prepared and distributed over 600 meals to local families on Monday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Bell County Judge David Blackburn said Monday evening that the county had not received vaccines for COVID-19, which is expected to delay vaccination efforts for the second straight day.
A new commercial building is being built in central Killeen at the intersection of W.S. Young Drive and Elms Road.
The Killeen City Council will hear a briefing in closed session at its workshop meeting Tuesday about a fatal officer-involved shooting.
Heather Caldwell, a recycling manager with the city of Temple, zigzagged around an open field Monday morning picking up bottles, paper and other pieces of trash.
A bill payment service which a City of Copperas Cove news release warned to be potentially fake has reached out to show they are in fact legitimate.
An Austin public health official working to get Texas lawmakers access to the COVID-19 vaccine — regardless of whether they are currently eligible — made a request to a local hospital to administer the shots to members gathering in the capital city for the 2021 legislative session, the official said late Friday.
A total of 1,464 total COVID-19 cases have been recorded in Copperas Cove as of Monday.
A sign said free COVID-19 testing was available in Killeen Monday, causing some people to line up at the Special Events Center Monday morning, but the sign was a mistake.
Two large local organizations partnered for a “Drive for Justice” in downtown Killeen Monday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. and his birthday.
Belton — Bell County Health officials were notified Sunday morning that the second shipment of COVID-19 vaccines might not arrive Monday morning as expected, a news release said.
Houston postal inspectors sent stern warnings to Bell County post offices in late July 1915.
At it’s Tuesday workshop, the Killeen City Council is set to discuss the bylaws of the newly created Killeen Public Facility Corporation.
This school year marked the return of Belton Middle School, but it was more than that for three teachers.
Although it is called a “Ride Night,” local students practiced riding all day Saturday to prepare for the Bell County Youth Fair and Livestock Show which will be held at the Bell County Expo Center, Feb. 6-11.
A Bell County judge has sentenced a Fort Hood man to a term of deferred adjudication probation after the man accidentally shot his friend while attempting to dry-fire a pistol in 2019.
With a new year starts the approach to a healthier diet that also promotes gut health.
Martin Ferguson doesn’t flinch when his company is the third plumber called out to fix a problem at a residential or commercial property. In fact, he is energized by troubleshooting and solving a tough issue for a customer.
A utility assistance program to help offset the impact of the increase in utility base rates could be made official Tuesday in Copperas Cove.
A proposed agenda item by Killeen Mayor Pro Tem Shirley Fleming to permanently move the city election from May to November after 2021 will be discussed at Tuesday’s workshop.
There have been mixed reactions from Killeen leaders and others to the news of a potential $51 million apartment complex that could be built in north Killeen, not far from downtown where most buildings are vacant and revitalization efforts have failed.
After an unarmed Black man was shot and killed in his front yard by a Killeen police officer last weekend, the case has been reaching a wider audience every day since.
BELTON — Cutting a cow out of the herd — a longtime Texas tradition — was the challenge Saturday in the American Cutting Horse Association show at the Bell County Expo Center Equine/Livestock Complex in Belton.
Shea Wiedemeyer’s depression crept in slowly.
BELTON — This city’s big bet on building up infrastructure along Interstate 35 in South Belton may be beginning to pay off.
Mayra Bolivar was 5 years old when her family left Mexico for the United States. When she arrived, the only phrase she could remember was “Where’s the bathroom?”
The average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gas in the Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood area was $2.09 on Saturday. That’s 10 cents higher than last week and 14 cents less than this time last year, according to AAA.
A few dozen members of the community met Saturday to offer solutions to ending the recent surge of violent crime in Central Texas at Rivers of Living Water Church in downtown Killeen.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Eleven-year-old Addison Domser was on a mission Saturday as she and her dad joined a couple dozen other anglers along the banks of Carl Levin Park fishing pond.
Veterans aged 75 and older received Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccination on Saturday as the Central Texas Veterans Health Care System continued its efforts to combat the coronavirus.