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Fort Hood soldier Cpl. Nakealon Keunte Mosley was served a court order on Aug. 31 concerning a child he had with another soldier. Four days later, on the night of Sept. 4, police say he fatally shot the child’s mother, Sgt. Francine Martinez, soon after she left a Killeen club with friends.

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The handwritten letter from an inmate in the Bell County Jail begins like a voice reaching up from the bottom of a well, faint yet powerfully insistent: “To Anyone Who is Listening,” it says.

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An old adage among police says that crime doesn’t stop at a city limits sign. When it comes to tackling Killeen’s escalating gang violence, police at the local and state levels are working hard at working together for one reason: no neighborhood is out of reach of gang-related crime.

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After days of testimony in the trial of a man who was accused of murdering his wife last year, it took a jury less than 10 minutes to return a guilty verdict on Wednesday afternoon. On Thursday, the jury deliberated on the punishment for 50-year-old Willis Everett Washington II, deciding on …

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An "altercation" at Copperas Cove High School early Thursday forced students and staff to remain in class as law enforcement detained two students, according to the Copperas Cove Independent School District.

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A video of an unidentified Shoemaker High School student with a visibly bloody arm circulated across social media platforms following what school officials called an “altercation” Wednesday afternoon.

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“When will we say, as a city, as a community, that enough is enough?” Killeen Police Chief Charles Kimble said at a news conference Monday night.The chief projected strength and compassion as he exhorted Killeen residents to assist the police in solving a recent spate of homicides.Kimble cal…

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A Harker Heights woman died after a Killeen man pounded on her door and shot her multiple times, according to a police affidavit released by Justice of the Peace Gregory Johnson’s office on Monday.