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HARKER HEIGHTS — The Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library held its annual Health and Wellness Fair on Saturday. Renamed “New Year, New You! 2020 Health Fair,” this was the seventh year the event has been held.

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After several days of training by some of its employees, the Temple Police Department now has another tool under its belt for investigating crimes and car crashes.

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The filing period to be a candidate in the May 2 city and school board elections began Wednesday, and several candidates have already filed. The filing period continues through Feb. 14.

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In order to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday, some local organizations are hosting events in the area to honor the legacy of the late Civil Rights leader.

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After three and a half hours of deliberation on Friday, a Bell County jury found a Killeen man guilty of murder after he admitted to shooting and killing another man at a nightclub in 2018.

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In order to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday, some local organizations are hosting events in the area to honor the legacy of the late Civil Rights leader.

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BELTON — A Killeen man accused of murder testified in his own defense during his trial on Thursday, raising the possibility of self-defense after shooting and killing another man at a nightclub in 2018.

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BELTON — A video shows Ricardo Mendoza ran out of bullets, reloaded his gun and fired again as people scattered and ran away, according to an arrest affidavit.

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A vehicle was rolled over on East Central Texas Expressway in Killeen today. The vehicle was partially in the parking lot of the First Texas Bank in Killeen. 

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Dozens of people, young and old, gathered at 1000 S. WS Young Drive, holding candles and offering their condolences. Their only connection: They were all regular customers of the 7-Eleven at this address.

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An insulation manufacturer whose plant is in Nolanville laid off 13 employees this week, according to Gloria Blauvelt, with the Nolanville Economic Development Corporation.