A boil water notice issued Sept. 29 for properties located at 1700 to 1911 Kirk Avenue in Killeen is lifted effective immediately.
An assault on a Killeen Police Department officer has a man facing a criminal charge.
The Bell County Public Health District identified a COVID-19 related death for the second straight day, as active cases remained at 343.
Early fall is a popular time to take advantage of the cooler weather by getting active, and the Central Texas area has three more upcoming virtual and in-person races for residents to enjoy. Or, enjoy a stroll through Chalk Ridge Falls Park while collecting litter for a bit of community volu…
Fort Hood soldiers and leaders have been conducting an installation-wide training “stand up” this week called “Operation Phantom Action.”
For the third time in two years, Temple-based Perry Office Plus has expanded by purchasing a portion of another business.
BELTON — A new agreement between Bell County and local clinics will now mean a change in health care services for many in the county.
Texas collected about $2.6 billion in state sales tax revenue in September, state Comptroller Glenn Hegar said Thursday. That total is 6.1% less than what the state collected in September 2019.
Texas voters will not be able to select every candidate of a major political party with one punch, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday, upholding a 2017 state law that ends the popular practice of straight-ticket voting for this year’s general election.
One man was taken by helicopter to a hospital after a motorcycle and a Chevrolet Impala collided this morning along South Fort Hood Street in front of a 7-Eleven.
Sophomores Jason Janczak and Stone Wall saw Lake Belton High School rise from a Temple field into a place they can call home for the next three years.
With Tuesday’s presidential debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee and former Vice President Joseph Biden generating national buzz, two local political party leaders shared their input on how the debate — the first of three — went.
A man and woman were arrested Sept. 17 and charged by the Killeen Police Department with allegedly endangering the lives of two children.
A close friend and a civil rights organization say the bond amount was low and more charges should be filed in the case of the Williamson County sheriff who was indicted this week related to the death case of former Killeen resident Javier Ambler.
Six weeks of instruction are in the books in Copperas Cove, and the district has made room in its classrooms for nearly 800 more students who have opted for in-person learning. The students arrived on campus Tuesday morning, said Wendy Sledd, the district’s communications director.
Spooktacular fun for everyone — benefiting survivors of child abuse — will soon be available in the form of shooting zombies.
The Bell County Public Health District announced a new COVID-19 related death on Wednesday, as active cases continued to rise.
A standoff in Killeen on Monday has a man facing both a felony and a misdemeanor charge.
A Killeen Independent School District teacher is a national finalist for a Lifetime Achievement Award.
Officials with Coryell and Lampasas counties are reporting an increase in the coronavirus numbers since Tuesday.
A Houston man was arrested Monday afternoon after he allegedly used a vase as a weapon to assault a person.
The City of Killeen is continuing to allow residents to get rid of bulk items and trash for free, but the deadline is this week.
The city of Harker Heights will present Public Service Day at the Farmers Market on Saturday at Seton Medical Center at 850 W. Central Texas Expressway in Harker Heights.
A Coryell County grand jury indicted a Gatesville man and woman after police said their marriage was illegal.
The law enforcement license of Falls County Sheriff Ricky Scaman — who faces five felony and misdemeanor charges — was officially suspended Monday by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement.
Coryell County residents who receive a jury summons will want to take note of a change in location.
The city of Temple next week will reduce the number of lanes on Midway Drive between Bonham Avenue and Oakridge Drive as construction continues on a nearby sewer project.
Food trucks have blossomed during the COVID-19 pandemic as people avoid gathering indoors. But that has had a downside.
Helping residents at state veterans homes — including those in Temple — feel less lonely during the pandemic is the goal of a new project announced by the Veterans Land Board.