The polls in Bell County saw an influx of ballots filed during the first three days of early voting as residents continued to flock to the Temple Annex to make their voices heard.
Devan Williams, a wide receiver for the Temple High School varsity football team, is amped for Friday’s homecoming game matchup versus Shoemaker High School.
Killeen schools, businesses and residents were impacted Wednesday after a citywide boil-water notice went into effect Tuesday evening, and it’s unclear when it will end.
Earl Nottingham and Amanda Coots will be recognized as Temple High School’s latest distinguished alumni on Thursday during a special event held in the campus’ library.
BELTON — A second round of relief money for businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic may soon help businesses in the county that previously did not receive aid.
A dog found at a Temple park this week sparked outrage on social media as residents sought to rescue him, believing he was chained and abandoned at the city facility.
Tous les Jours is a bakery that recently opened a new location inside the Omart grocery store on South Fort Hood Street in Killeen. The franchise opened in 2004 and has since opened more than 70 stores in the U.S. and more than 1,650 stores worldwide.
COPPERAS COVE — With an expansion of the Belton Lake Water Treatment Plant on the horizon, the Copperas Cove City Council agreed to commit to an additional 7 million gallons per day of treated water rights during its regular meeting on Tuesday evening.
The state has filed felony charges against three people who were convicted and sentenced in federal court in 2019 for possession of child pornography in Killeen.
The City of Killeen has announced it will continue its COVID-19 testing and vaccine site this week.
PIDCOKE — Steve Bowyer served two tours in Vietnam during his 22 years in the U.S. Air Force and now suffers from a debilitating lung disease due to exposure to the notorious Agent Orange herbicide, but the 78-year-old says he has no regrets about his time in uniform.
Update, 1:17 p.m. Wednesday: Multiple Killeen businesses were reportedly closed Wednesday, including the Sonic Drive-In, 1803 W.S. Young Drive, citing Killeen's citywide boil water notice as the reason for the closure.
As the state continues to hammer out its voting districts, the city of Killeen draws closer to doing so for the city.
Lowering the ever-increasing property taxes around the state is on the top of the legislative list for businessman Don Huffines, who is running to be the next Texas governor.
After another late night with the Texas Legislature, state Rep. Hugh Shine talked to the Temple Kiwanis about redistricting and other matters on Tuesday.
The main parking lot at Temple High will be booming with Wildcat cheers on Wednesday as the Temple ISD community eagerly awaits the school’s annual homecoming football game — a matchup scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Friday against Shoemaker High School.
Fifteen new COVID-19 deaths were reported by the Bell County Public Health District even as active cases in the county continued to fall.
The Killeen Independent School District Board of Trustees reviewed the steps required to transition to a single-member district system versus the board’s current seven at-large member board during a workshop Tuesday.
Killeen ISD police investigated a rumored threat Tuesday at Rancier Middle School.
Early voting has begun around the state and in Copperas Cove, where voters will choose a new mayor and City Council member.
Just over five months since opening a brick-and-mortar location in Copperas Cove, Simply Good Burgers — which started as a Killeen food truck — has expanded to north Killeen, officially opening last Friday near the intersection of North W.S. Young and East Rancier Avenue.
The day before COVID-19 claimed its first Texas victim in 2020, Dr. Peter Hotez was a guest on the popular Austin-based podcast “The Drive.”
Pilots and crews from the 1st Air Cavalry Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division, have been flying non-stop over the past week from Fort Hood to the Texas port city of Beaumont in preparation for the brigade’s deployment to support Atlantic Resolve. Soldiers from “Air Cav” have spent months preparing…
Killeen Police Department has made a public call in hopes of filling up some vacant positions within the department.
Killeen’s District 1 councilwoman and mayor pro tem will host community meetings this week to discuss community and county developments.
A city of Belton work crew is repairing a water leak in the southbound lane of Main Street near E. 10th Avenue, a news release said.
The sounds of loud explosions coming from Fort Hood Today are nothing to be afraid of. It is just the engineers from the 36th Engineer Brigade doing some training, officials said.
Term limits and a proposed, hefty pay increase took the spotlight at the Killeen City Council special workshop meeting Monday night.
Voters flocked to the Temple Annex Monday to cast the most in-person ballots for early voting — and to decide the fate of the proposed $184.9 million bond for the Temple Independent School District.
The Killeen Independent School District board of trustees will review an agreement with area entities to create a crime reduction partnership during a daytime workshop meeting Tuesday.
Smoky brisket, tangy ribs and mouthwatering desserts — all favored food items that landed a Belton eatery on the list of the state’s best barbecue restaurants.
A Killeen man was charged with deadly conduct and discharge of a firearm at a residence Monday after he allegedly fired shots at an apartment complex.
Area police reports indicated:
BELTON — A country western dance will be held Thursday at the Belton Senior Activity Center.