One new building could make a huge difference.
The city of Killeen hired a new communications director last week.
To hear one writer tell it, there is something seriously wrong with Fort Hood and the surrounding community.
Killeen officials apparently have their work cut out for them.
Texas lawmakers will be returning to Austin a week from Thursday to begin a special legislative session.
Last weekend’s news of a mass shooting on Austin’s famed Sixth Street was disturbing enough.
Killeen’s roads are a mess.
Once again, several local cities are out of luck.
Something momentous happened this weekend.
Killeen residents living in District 4 will be heading to the polls soon for an election do-over.
Killeen is facing a decided lack of experience on its city council.
Rights come with responsibilities.
The investigative report on February’s massive hotel fire in Killeen has been released — but not without a fight.
It’s election time again.
Let the voters decide.
Killeen City Council members will consider the appointment of a new assistant city manager on Tuesday.
The Killeen Independent School District is facing a potential crisis.
A new grocery store is in the works for northeast Killeen.
Today isn’t just the beginning of Daylight Saving Time, which shifts more daylight to the evening hours. It also marks the start of Sunshine Week — an annual, national initiative designed to promote awareness and discussion of the importance of open government and freedom of information.
The recent severe weather that brought snow, ice and record low temperatures to the area may have receded, but it has left behind hundreds of harrowing tales of Central Texans struggling to survive without heat, light or water — many for five days, or more.
In times of crisis, coordination and communication are crucial.
You would think people would be tired of elections.
Killeen’s leaders need to take a closer look at how they’re governing.
What you don’t know can hurt you.
Will Killeen move its municipal election to the fall?
Critics of a proposed $51 million upscale apartment complex in north Killeen have complained that the city needs to focus its efforts toward getting a grocery store for the area instead.
Where was the Killeen EDC in all of this?
Killeen-area residents are starting the year with a piece of big news: Fort Hood’s name will be changing in the near future.
It’s hard for Central Texans to look back on the year just ending and remember a time when the coronarivus wasn’t a part of our daily lives.
The city of Killeen is making sure its first responders are well compensated for their long hours — but at what cost to the community at-large?
The Killeen City Council faces some big decisions on what direction the city’s growth and development should take.
The surge is coming to Central Texas.
Yet another initiative to revitalize downtown Killeen.
There’s little doubt that Killeen would benefit from a comprehensive plan to guide its future growth.
The Killeen school district is at a crossroads.
Last week’s historic national election grabbed most of the headlines over the past few days, but the impact of several local races shouldn’t be overlooked.
Is Killeen losing the war on crime?
For most Central Texans, voting in a presidential election is a meaningful experience. But for some area residents who went to the polls last week, it was an ordeal.
With a high-stakes, high-profile election just around the corner, everyone is looking for information.
Funding for the arts is back in the news this week.
It’s election season, and some local races are hotly contested.
What are Killeen taxpayers getting for their money?
There are appropriate times and places for electioneering by city council candidates.
Crafting a city budget can be a tricky process.
It was an ambitious undertaking — maybe a bit too ambitious.
Reader says obtaining photo ID to vote not really a serious problem
Cove reader says letter writer wrong to equate U.S. soldiers with Antifa
Heights reader says safety training should be a part of gun ownership
Killeen reader takes exception
Salado reader contends Texas legislators had a useless session