A child was hospitalized following a hit-and-run Sunday.
At its Tuesday workshop, the Killeen City Council is set to address the issue of open or concealed carrying of handguns at city open meetings.
Maj. Rutherford Benjamin Stevens Jr., an Army psychiatrist who served during World War II, received national attention for criticizing the military for what he called “an emotional cancer” of racial discrimination.
Bell County lake parks open Monday with some changes that include automated fee machines and fewer gate attendants.
Name: Angela Jourdain, M.S., LPC, LCDC
Copperas Cove Junior High teacher Brittany Combs never lost power or water service at her house in the Courtney Lane area, but the recent massive winter storm did not go away without leaving a mark.
Local plumbers and plumbing businesses have been incredibly busy over the last week or so because of increased call volumes after the recent harsh winter weather.
A Killeen man was sentenced to prison time on felony charges after he threatened two women with a gun and knife last year in separate incidents.
A trial date has been set for later this year in a federal case against an ex-Fort Hood soldier accused of shooting his pistol at a soldier earlier this month on post.
As a result of the effects of Winter Storm Uri from Feb. 14-20, the city of Copperas Cove has nixed plumbing permit fees for plumbing repairs such as a broken water pipe.
From childhood, Shawnnell Batiste was inspired to help people and expressed a desire to become a child psychiatrist.
After nearly two months of being vacant, a Killeen City Council seat is set to be filled again this week, but it appears the council never fully agreed on whether candidates running in the May 1 city election would also be considered for appointment to the District 3 seat.
The Killeen City Council will be considering appointing a new member to the council at a special meeting Tuesday.
“We didn’t know we had nothing — we were happy folks,” Killeen resident Wilmer Floyd Birt recalled of his childhood in a sharecropping family in north Louisiana during the Civil Rights era.
Recently, Killeen roads have experienced a significant amount of damage after they were covered in ice in the last two weeks.
Killeen area life coaches recently shared their personal stories for an inside view of a typical life experience for minorities in America.
Killeen Independent School District Superintendent John Craft praised the “quick and tremendous progress” made by district staff last week in repairing the damage at 54 properties caused by Winter Storm Uri, and addressed the winter preparations that fell short of protecting many district fa…
Superintendent Willie Grove, an 87-year-old pastor of Garden of Gethsemane Church of God in Christ in Harker Heights, is months away from 30 years in ministry in the local area — making him the longest-serving pastor among COGIC churches in the county.
Though the weather is not projected to be severe, Killeen-area residents can expect scattered showers and thunderstorms today and Monday. Total accumulation could reach around an inch of rain, National Weather Service meteorologist Jason Dunn said Saturday.
Temple resident Shomari Cooper, a machinist’s mate (auxiliary) first class and a talent scout assigned to Navy Recruiting Station Hollywood Park, Talent Acquisition Onboarding Center Alamo City, was awarded two Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals at Navy Talent Acquisition Group’s San Antonio headquarters, the Navy announced.
After years of dealing with cirrhosis, Temple resident Vicki Rhodes now is only a few months away from a new liver.
Temple Police worked traffic control Saturday morning as a long line of cars waited for the food distribution at Churches Touching Lives for Christ, 702 W. Ave. G.
Matt Smith has had a trial-by-fire first year as superintendent of the Belton Independent School District.
The United Way of Central Texas launched a Winter Weather Recovery Fund to aid Texans coping with the efforts of Winter Storm Uri.
As humanitarian aid workers in Armenia and South Sudan, Jerry and Meaghan Kenney have huddled around wood stoves to keep warm and bathed with buckets for lack of water. But the couple didn’t expect they’d need such survival skills to get through the winter storm at their home outside Hudson, in deep East Texas.
A Killeen nonprofit organization held its monthly food drive Saturday to feed between 100 and 150 families.
COPPERAS COVE – Cars and trucks were lined up early Saturday morning in the fog and drizzle as hundreds of people attended a second coronavirus vaccination clinic set up at Copperas Cove Independent School District’s bus barn on Summers Road.
As Texas continues to recover from the winter storm, the H-E-B grocery store chain said it will donate $1 million to support Texas food banks and continue to work with supplier partners to provide aid to people in need.
The Temple College Business and Continuing Education Division will offer a two-part series of project management courses this spring.
COPPERAS COVE — Overcast skies and a nip in the morning air did not prevent dozens of anglers from lining the banks of City Park Pond on Saturday for the city’s Fishing in the Park event, which was rescheduled from two weeks ago due to inclement weather.
There have been 1,553 positive cases of the coronavirus among both students and staff within the Killeen Independent School District since March, as of Friday.
The Refuge Corporation Mobile Food Pantry was active again Saturday for its February food distribution, conducted at the Christian House of Prayer in Killeen.
Area police reports indicated:
A dense fog that Central Texas residents woke up to may lift by early afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.
A passion for education and advancement for future generations drives the president of the Killeen chapter of the NAACP to make a difference.