Killeen has seen an overwhelming amount of rain recently, but it appears that might be about to turn. According to meteorologists at the National Weather Service said, weather for the Dallas-Fort Worth area will be sunny and dry until around Tuesday night,
A 21-year-old man is facing $600,000 in total bonds after being accused of two crimes in Harker Heights Friday afternoon.
Killeen resident Batse Latorre got a front row seat to the Senior Citizens Town Hall Potluck and Meeting on Saturday.
The Temple Chamber of Commerce plans to hold two events — a job fair and a block party — on Aug. 6.
The popular Bell County Comic Con, which attracted more than 25,000 people in 2019, will return Aug. 7-8 to the Bell County Expo Center after skipping 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Killeen teen center closes down as founder seeks community’s help
A Killeen police officer was still paid for 10 days after he admitted to investigators that he sexually assaulting a girl, Killeen Police Department officials confirmed.
During Killeen ISD’s board meeting Tuesday, trustees are expected to take action on whether to approve the Sheridan Transportation Facility expansion project contract proposals.
Area police reports indicated:
Taking the stage to deliver words of motivation to principals, Killeen ISD’s Elementary Teacher of the Year James Cook learned that he was moving on in the state’s teacher of the year process.
As the delta variant of the COVID-19 virus continues to spread amongst the unvaccinated, the incidence rate of cases in Bell County has more than tripled in two weeks.
Area police reports indicated:
CAMERON — Suspects in 31 criminal cases were indicted last week by a Milam County grand jury, District Attorney Bill Torrey said.
Killeen police have charged a 25-year-old man who police said admitted to disciplining his daughter with a belt.
The state agency in charge of alcoholic beverage permitting and enforcement has opened an investigation after an employee at a Killeen restaurant was accused of sexually assaulting a teenage co-worker there.
Local children were once again able to take the field earlier this month, teaching soccer and reciting Bible stories.
One man is in custody after being accused of shooting a woman in Harker Heights.
A Killeen man was sentenced this week by a Bell County judge to time in prison after the man pleaded guilty to assaulting the same woman twice in two days last year.
By MARK STEVENSON Associated Press
It’ll be a day full of culture at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center for the 4th annual Taste of Africa: Diving Deep into Culture event slated for this weekend.
After years of discussion, the cost of a proposed new animal shelter, may end up on the ballot as a special bond election on Nov. 2 after the Copperas Cove City Council gave final direction to the city on how it wishes to proceed with the shelter on Tuesday evening.
Along with rising hospitalizations due to COVID-19, the Bell County Health District reported a rise of 95 new cases Thursday.
Officials with the Killeen Parks Master Plan Workgroup will be holding a meeting next week at a Killeen park to discuss further improvements to the city’s recreational spaces.
A Killeen man is facing charges after police said he kidnapped and assaulted a woman at a local business in the city.
Recently appointed Copperas Cove Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau President and CEO Silvia Spires has hit the ground running in her new position, reaching out to area business owners and working on her plan to increase tourism here with the help of concentrated social media marketing.
The Temple and Belton independent school districts are still actively exploring opportunities for its students, staff and surrounding community members to get vaccinated.
A suspect charged with murder in the slaying of a 48-year-old Temple man claimed he fired his gun in self-defense when he was attacked, according to an arrest affidavit.
The Texas Association of School Boards is slated to host a free webinar — aimed at helping people learn more about the school board service — from noon to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 10.
The Fort Hood Exchange Job Fair will be from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 24 at Clear Creek Exchange, 4250 Clear Creek Road, Fort Hood. Recruiters from brand partners will be on site to talk to potential applicants. Go to https://publicaffairs-sme.com/applymyexchange/ for more information.
A Killeen man has announced he will run for Bell County commissioner in Precinct 4 when he is able to formally file in the upcoming election.
State officials are encouraging are residents walk into the Killeen Walmart on Lowes Boulevard today to receive free COVID-19 vaccines. No appointment or insurance is needed.
Temple College will host an open house for prospective students and their families from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 4,
Texas electricity regulators on Thursday told the public that their electricity should likely stay on through the rest of the summer and that the state’s main power grid is in good enough shape to withstand any potential extreme weather.
Of the 8,787 people who have died in Texas due to COVID-19 since early February, at least 43 were fully vaccinated, the Texas Department of State Health Services said.