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.
The Killeen City Council needs adjustments to the way it operates.
The clock is ticking down toward the start of school this week.
Some significant changes at Fort Hood are likely in the coming months.
It’s been a year of adjustments for Killeen-area parents, students and school district employees.
The clock is ticking for Killeen-area parents of school-age children.
Will local students start the school year in school, at home – or both?
The Bell County Commissioners Court stepped back last week. Killeen Mayor Jose Segarra stepped up.
Central Texans had better have their masks ready.
The Killeen Police Department’s announcement last week that it would suspend “no-knock” warrants for 90 days was welcome news.
Killeen school district officials are faced with a difficult choice in planning for fall-semester instruction: What is safest versus what is most effective?
Sometimes there are no easy answers.
The Killeen ISD school board did the right thing in calling off a proposed $265 million bond election last week.
Memorial Day will be different this year.
The battle to slow the spread of the coronavirus enters its third month this week, and health experts are split over how long the pandemic will last.
For better or worse, Central Texas businesses are starting to open up in the midst of the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
The Killeen Independent School District is facing some difficult decisions in the coming months — and not all associated with the current coronavirus outbreak.
Gov. Greg Abbott is facing some tough decisions regarding easing of the state’s coronavirus restrictions.
The realities of a lost school year are setting in.
Easter just doesn’t feel right this year.
The Killeen school district administration and board of trustees did the right thing by postponing the May 2 bond election to November.
The decisions our state and local officials have taken in response to the coronavirus have been inconveniencing, invasive and in some cases, traumatic.
The current coronavirus scare has radically transformed the Central Texas landscape in the space of less than three weeks.
If early-voting totals are any indication, interest in Tuesday’s primary election could be described as strong — at least in Bell County.
Early voting for the March 3 Texas primary election is entering its second week, with the Super Tuesday election itself just nine days away.
Central Texas voters will have to do a juggling act to keep their elections straight over the next two weeks.
The city of Killeen did the right thing in opening its warming center last week — in principle, at least.