While long lines have been common this year for early voting, they might become easy to avoid on Election Day due to a feed being created by the county.
BELTON — Capital murder suspect Maya Maxwell is ready to go to trial, her attorney said Tuesday during a livestream hearing.
As part of a bigger initiative to prioritize its soldiers, the Army has announced a change in how it approaches those who are missing.
The Killeen Independent School District is launching a new smartphone app for parents of eligible bus riders.
The national Democratic super PAC Forward Majority is doubling its spending to flip the Texas House, bringing its commitment to over $12 million.
A suspect was Tasered Sunday morning by Temple Police officers when he reportedly resisted arrest, a department spokesman said.
Local nonprofit private school Oak Creek Academy at 1020 Trimmier Road in Killeen is asking for donations to purchase 25 new heating, ventilation and air conditioning units for its facility as six of its classrooms do not have proper heating systems.
Area police reports indicated:
Two men are facing narcotics charges following separate traffic stops over the weekend in Killeen.
If they decide the signature on the ballot can’t be verified, Texas election officials may continue rejecting mail-in ballots without notifying voters until after the election that their ballot wasn’t counted, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Monday.
Cases of COVID-19 in parts of Texas surged to near catastrophic levels this summer as some hospitals were forced to put beds in hallways, intensive care units exceeded capacity and health officials struggled to stem the tide of the virus.
Lampasas County officials reported 397 coronavirus cases as of 5:08 p.m. Monday afternoon.
COPPERAS COVE — Blue Santa, a nonprofit organization that provides toys, books and games to children in need, got a boost in funding Tuesday morning in Copperas Cove.
These potholes, located on the private access road leading to the parking lot of Walgreens at 1000 East Central Texas Expressway in Killeen, have recently been filled. A number of accidents directly related to these potholes have taken place at that location in recent months.
North Pointe Church in Copperas Cove will give out more than 1,200 boxes of food at a free food distribution Wednesday at Northpointe Park.
An arrest affidavit obtained by the Herald details some of the accusations against a Killeen Independent School District spokeswoman who was arrested last week in Waco on a misdemeanor assault-family violence charge.
The Texas Department of Transportation will temporarily close the Indian Trail intersection in Harker Heights at Interstate 14 on Wednesday from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. for additional bridge work, according to a news release from assistant city manager Jerry Bark.
The number of ballots cast during the first week of early voting in Bell County surpassed the number of early votes during the same period in the 2016 election.
Temple Independent School District’s Wildcat Mentors program is accepting applications through the end of October.
The Belton Independent School District earned a perfect score and “Superior Achievement” rating on an annual fiscal accountability review by the Texas Education Agency.
North Pointe Church in Copperas Cove will be hosting a farm to family food distribution at noon Wednesday at North Pointe Park, 1899 North Farm to Market 116 in Copperas Cove, according to a news release.
A North Carolina based engineering firm has released a study regarding a particularly dangerous traffic location in Killeen.
Tirzah, a wedding boutique and event venue in Belton, was hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Early voting seemed to continue running smoothly in Killeen and Harker Heights Monday after some hiccups were seen when voting began on Tuesday.
The Copperas Cove Police Department is currently conducting an ongoing death investigation.
The Innovation Black Chamber of Commerce announces it will be hosting its Holiday 5K Fun Run/Walk in efforts to raise funding for its Black Business Grant, according to a news release.
The Bell County Public Health District identified three new COVID-19 related deaths on Monday, as cumulative cases surpassed 6,027. Active cases are at 477 — nine more than Friday.
There was no update from Coryell County or Lampasas County, according to the Coryell County website and Lampasas mayoral Facebook page, respectively.
A Temple man was arrested Monday by Belton Police officers after he allegedly pulled a woman out of a vehicle and choked her on the street outside of her residence.
The City of Copperas Cove is reporting 427 total cases, 73 active cases, 351 recoveries and three deaths, according to a news release from the city on Monday.
Former UMHB spokesman James Stafford has been hired as the public information officer for the Bell County Commissioners Court.
A temporary free COVID-19 state testing site has been established at the downtown Killeen Arts & Activities Center, 711 N. 4th St.