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While everyone is doing their part and practicing social distancing, it can become lonely, boring or even frustrating being stuck inside all day without life’s daily occupations to keep you or your family engaged. Luckily, there are a lot of creative ways to keep an active mind and body from…

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COPPERAS COVE — Teachers and other staff at Clements Parsons Elementary gathered in the parking lot of the school before taking off and driving through Copperas Cove in a parade to say hello to their students while school is canceled because of the coronavirus.

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Some streets in Harker Heights are currently under a boil water notice because someone illegally entered the city’s water pump station, according to a news release from the city.

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While an expanded new building will ultimately broaden the potential reach of a Killeen congregation, a broadening use of technology during the response to the COVID-19 pandemic has not only maintained connections of current members, but helped the church reach people cross the country.

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A recent study by SmartAsset showed that over 96% of households in Killeen will receive a check as part of the new stimulus package from the federal government in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Just under 93% of households in Killeen will receive the full benefit the package offers, a…

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Two teenagers have been charged with murder and arrested in connection with the shooting of Kaitlyn Silverio, 20, in the 3300 block of Hereford Lane in Killeen on Sunday.

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The proposed fee schedule for the city of Killeen that will take effect in fiscal year 2021 which begins Oct. 1, 2020, has been published, according to a news release from the city. The fee schedule includes rates for a variety of services such as recreation leagues, city facility rentals an…

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There’s a 70% chance of rain, with thunderstorms likely as well, today in the Killeen area, according to the National Weather Service website.

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With Bell County area schools relying on remote learning during COVID-19 closures, school districts are working toward bringing WiFi to students without home internet.

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Central Texas College announced Wednesday that its campus will be closed through May 3, according to a news release from the college.

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Lampasas has become the most recent Central Texas county to issue a shelter-at-home order, with County Judge Randall Hoyer noting the increasing severity of the ongoing new coronavirus crisis.