After a weeklong trial last week, a Bell County jury found a Killeen man to be not guilty in a child sexual assault case.
A discounted pet vaccination event will be hosted by Killeen Animal Services from 5 to 7 p.m. Feb. 12 at the Killeen Special Events Center, according to a news release by Killeen spokeswoman Hilary Shine.
Pretrial hearings have been set for three people accused of stealing coupons worth thousands of dollars after all three pleaded not guilty.
The Black Owned Operated Movement, or BOOM, is hosting its inaugural Black Economic Empowerment Workshop from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Feb. 16 in the ballroom of the Shilo Inns in Killeen.
The Harker Heights Police Officer of the Year is fulfilling her destiny as a public servant in uniform.
BELTON — A witness and an arrest affidavit claim 15-year-old Joshua Reyner was selling marijuana when he was allegedly shot and killed Jan. 2 by John Ryan Osborn, 18, of Belton.
After spending the morning marching through the streets of downtown Killeen, area residents made their way to Greater Peace Missionary Baptist Church, 4201 Zephyr Road, for the annual MLK Day program.
If you heard booms in the distance, the sounds may be from a Fort Hood artillery unit that conducted live-fire training Monday.
Several hundred local residents took to the streets in Killeen today as part of the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day March held in the city every year.
Killeen: All city offices are closed Monday. The Family Recreation Center will be open from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. There is no school for Killeen ISD schools. There will be no impact on trash pickup.
For the Harker Heights Firefighter and Paramedic of the Year, saving lives is not an individual endeavor: it’s all about teamwork.
A lone star will soon find its way onto many Texas driver’s licenses as a federal deadline nears after almost 15 years.
HARKER HEIGHTS — A husband-and-wife team who were honored with the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business of the Year award thought they were just attendees at the chamber’s annual banquet last week.
Representatives from Smile Doctors Braces in Harker Heights were all smiles after being honored with the Large Business of the Year award by the Heights Chamber of Commerce at the annual banquet and ceremony last week.
Pharmaceutical campaigns preach about “eye love” and taking dry eyes seriously. What might seem exaggerated on TV, is actually a health condition you don’t want to brush off.
Temperatures are expected to remain relatively cool throughout the coming week, with highs typically remaining around the mid 50s and lows in the high-30-to-low-40 range. There are also some low rain chances later in the week, according to the forecast from the National Weather Service stati…
COPPERAS COVE — The Copperas Cove City Council is set to adopt its new population figure for 2020 at its regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday.
When Killeen resident Harrison Jones III was young, his mother took him to a Woolworth’s store in Shreveport, Louisiana. Being the youngest of five children, Jones didn’t think much of it.
COPPERAS COVE — The legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is still alive locally and nationally, according to those who attended the 14th annual King Commemorative Dinner in Copperas Cove on Saturday.
Area residents came to the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library to take part in the annual Health and Wellness Fair, now called "New Year, New You," on Saturday. People got a chance to talk to vendors about different aspects of their health, from essential oils to supplements to l…
HARKER HEIGHTS — The Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library held its annual Health and Wellness Fair on Saturday. Renamed “New Year, New You! 2020 Health Fair,” this was the seventh year the event has been held.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Approximately 30 area children and parents learned about the value of their attitude as they heard a story at Barnes & Noble in Harker Heights.
“Skin color seems to be decoration. The real person is one on the inside.”
Area reports indicated:
Three males have been arrested for suspected attempted burglary of a habitation.
“She loved herself,” was how 29-year-old mother of four, Angelica Hardin, a Harker Heights resident, was described by mom Laurie Hardin. So when police said her November 2019 death was likely a suicide, they found it hard to believe.
Eleven men and women likely will begin their deliberations on Friday afternoon, set to decide whether a Killeen man is guilty or not guilty of murder after he admitted to shooting another man at a nightclub in 2018.