A Killeen City Council vote at a meeting Tuesday could lead to an issuance of new and refunding bonds totaling more than $45 million.
The Killeen ISD board of trustees will receive and possibly take action on a guaranteed maximum price package for the Killeen High School renovation project when it meets on Tuesday.
African Americans have helped shape the community that is Killeen and a locally written book highlights many of those community members.
It’s Wednesday night in Killeen and churches throughout the city are hosting a Bible study. Simmonsville Missionary Baptist Church is no exception.
Slight rain chances in Killeen today will dwindle quickly, with decreasing clouds tonight. That should make way for a week full of sun and windy conditions, according to the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.
Area residents can taste wine for a good cause next Saturday.
Four Williamson County men are seeking the Republican nomination for Texas Congressional District 31.
National Democrats are on a quest to flip Texas’ 31st Congressional District.
BELTON — Sheriff Eddy Lange sees Bell County entering uncharted territory this year — and for the next four years.
Furry friends soon will be more plentiful for potential Temple pet owners as the city plans an expansion of the animal shelter.
Displaying a variety of home building and remodeling innovations, the three-day Temple Area Builders Association 45th annual Home and Garden Show winds up this afternoon at the Bell County Expo Center.
Exhibitors once again will offer activities for the Kids Zone from noon to 5 p.m. in the Assembly Hall. Awards for the SPJST Car Show will be announced at 3:30 p.m. in the exposition building. Bell County Master Gardeners, which hosted four free seminars in the exposition building on Saturday, will give two more today: Native Plants at 1 p.m. and Preview of Plants for Sale at Spring Sale at 2 p.m.
COPPERAS COVE — After two years in limbo, Keep Copperas Cove Beautiful has brought back its Spring Eco Fling at the Copperas Cove Civic Center.
The homeless can be a tricky population when it comes to offering help. Many are homeless because of substance abuse issues, and they abuse drugs and alcohol because they are self medicating as a result of mental illness.
A meeting was held last week at the United Way of Central Texas office in Temple to bring together the many faces of local agencies and organizations who work daily with the homeless with the purpose of discussing how best to handle high-risk homeless individuals who are resistant to intervention.
The Belton school board was direct when they tapped Robin Battershell as interim superintendent in August.
They were embarking on a hunt to replace Susan Kincannon, who left the district to lead Waco ISD. The Belton Independent School District, trustees said, had to continue to chug along like normal.
Four women from the Salons at Tuscan Square displayed a natural sense of leadership when organizing their “Angel Tree” campaign, which gives clients an opportunity to sponsor a Temple ISD student in need with a Christmas gift.
A partnership to provide Career and Technical Education to Cameron Independent School District students has been renewed.
The average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gas in the Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood area was $2.14 on Saturday. That’s 7 cents more than last week, and 4 cents more than this time last year, according to AAA.
A Killeen native who has graduated at the top of his class in multiple schools, has dedicated a lot of his time in recent years to understanding intercultural relations, and he said his studies are connected to black history.
Bell and Coryell county residents continued to vote Friday on the fourth day of early voting. Between the two counties, a total of 8,071 votes were cast, including mail-in votes.
Two former KISD students have set their sights on Olympic gold, and both of them are just one step away from punching their ticket to the Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo from July 24 to Aug. 9.
John Vasser, the provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, spoke to the members of the Central Texas Chapter of Military Officers Association of America in Killeen on Friday about the state of the university.
FORT HOOD — Lt. Gen. Lee Quintas, the deputy commander of U.S. Forces Command, hosted a farewell ceremony on Friday for Maj. Gen. Kenneth L. Kamper, the outgoing III Corps deputy commander for maneuvers.
A 19-year-old woman was arraigned on Friday, accused of stealing a Killeen mother’s car earlier this week.
BELTON — After hearing testimony from four veterans, including the defendant, at a sentencing hearing on Thursday, a Bell County judge sentenced a Killeen man to eight years of deferred adjudication probation for two second-degree felony charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Three men who were indicted on Feb. 5 pleaded not guilty on Friday to unrelated felony charges after police said that one man severely injured an infant in 2017, another man fled from an accident that left a man dead last year, and another man repeatedly assaulted a woman.
Around 300 people received free dental care at a former middle school in north Killeen on Friday as part of the Texas Mission of Mercy Dental Clinic. Residents received fillings, cleanings, had teeth pulled and other dental procedures.
A Harker Heights man who was set to be sentenced on a felony child sex charge instead was declared incompetent to stand trial.
A vacant, boarded up structure at 520 S. 10th St. was heavily on fire Friday morning when Temple Fire & Rescue located it.