The Killeen City Council won’t be meeting this Tuesday.
The search is formally underway.
Today marks the beginning of Daylight Saving Time, which effectively shifts an hour of sunlight to later in the day.
Killeen residents shouldn’t look for a new city hall to be built anytime soon.
Killeen’s county commissioner wants a Confederate soldier statue moved off the grounds of the county courthouse in Belton.
The Killeen City Council is back to playing the name game.
It’s been more than seven weeks since the Bell County Commissioners Court voted unanimously to authorize a lawsuit against Killeen over the city’s voter-approved marijuana decriminalization ordinance.
How bad was last week’s winter storm?
Killeen Police Chief Charles Kimble retired Friday. But he’ll be back on the job in two weeks.
The filing period opened last week for local city and school board races, but the initial response by candidates has been somewhat less than overwhelming.
Something’s got to give in the battle over local marijuana laws.
The clock is ticking on the name change for Fort Hood.
It’s the start of a new year — one that promises to bring plenty of changes for Killeen-area residents, as well as the resolution of several issues already in the pipeline.
“Life-threatening cold temperatures.”
It’s only natural to have a little friction between governmental entities and the media outlets that cover their meetings and operations.
Killeen’s police chief, Charles Kimble, is retiring next month, after more than five years in the position.
Last week was unusually difficult for one group of Killeen ISD students.
After the votes were counted from the Nov. 8 election, Killeen and Harker Heights residents had approved an ordinance decriminalizing small amounts of marijuana.
Killeen City Manager Kent Cagle rolled out a list of potential capital improvement projects for the Killeen City Council on Tuesday, with the major point of interest being a new city hall.
Tuesday’s midterm election produced some big headlines locally — such as the strong showings by incumbent Republicans and the continued dominance of Democrats in Killeen-centric races.
Killeen council members are scheduled to vote this week on the naming of two concourses at Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport.
Killeen is facing a lot of pressing issues right now, from bringing in jobs to reducing crime.
It’s been a little over a week since U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin announced the big news: Fort Hood would be changing its name to Fort Cavazos by Jan. 1, 2024.
The Killeen City Council won’t be meeting this Tuesday.
Sunday marks the beginning of National Newspaper Week — an annual recognition of the service of newspapers and their employees throughout the United States and Canada.
Killeen has a problem with overcrowding at its animal shelter.
A San Antonio-based consultant offered the Killeen City Council a look at the city’s homelessness situation Tuesday, providing a compilation of facts, challenges and solutions.
Central Texas residents likely breathed a collective sigh of relief last week.
Three months after the Killeen City Council approved sweeping design standards for new housing construction, developers and builders are asking for an exception.
The Killeen City Council is scheduled to vote Tuesday on awarding more than a quarter of a million dollars in grant funding to help a handful of local nonprofit groups fund cultural events.
The Killeen Independent School District’s newest school — Chaparral High School — will open its doors to students for the first time Monday.
When students are in possession of weapons on campus, it’s serious business.
Local residents got their chance to weigh in on the proposed ordinance to decriminalize low levels of marijuana in Killeen on Tuesday — and nearly two dozen of them seized the opportunity.
Google and Facebook have enormous economic and political power in society — especially over the news industry. Many ask if they have played a role in the misinformation that erodes our free press and plagues our democracy.
As the Killeen City Council begins its discussion this week of a proposed ordinance to decriminalize possession of under 4 ounces of marijuana, members need to ask themselves two questions:
The Killeen City Council has a problem with its meeting agendas.
Bell County commissioners have thrown a wrench into Killeen’s plans for a $10 million downtown county annex building.
Once again, members of the Killeen City Council are trying to change the city’s governing framework.
In the final analysis, the Killeen school board likely did the right thing in voting to close the district’s high school campuses during lunch periods.
The Killeen City Council will be put in a bit of a bind Tuesday.
Killeen City Council members will be put in an awkward situation Tuesday.
Killeen’s municipal election is over.
Killeen doesn’t own the water and wastewater plants that provide service to the city.
For most Killeen-area residents, last week’s boil-water notice was little more than an inconvenience.
Killeen’s police chief has some fence-mending to do.
Tuesday may have marked a turning point for Killeen’s future housing developments.
Killeen-area voters have the opportunity to shape the future of their community in the upcoming municipal and school board elections.
The stories coming out in the aftermath of last week’s violent tornado that ripped across southern Bell County are harrowing and heartbreaking.
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