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Organizers, on Saturday, were also shopping around a petition to end the police use of no-knock raids in Killeen. [Read More]
Killeen Police are asking for help to identify suspects involved in an aggravated robbery of a Valero Gas Station located at 1104 W Rancier... [Read More]
Salado Police are warning residents to lock their home and vehicle doors after several residents had items taken from vehicles Friday night. [Read More]
Coryell County opened its first COVID-19 vaccine hub after receiving almost a-thousand doses Saturday. [Read More]
The Freestone County Sheriff's Office (FCSO) received a call Friday afternoon from a person who reported that they "inadvertently discovered human skeletal remains" while gathering... [Read More]
Friends and supporters of Patrick Warren Sr., the man who was killed in an officer involved shooting, gathered for a balloon release and vigil Saturday... [Read More]
Ron Campbell, Australian artist, animator, cartoonist, author and director, has died. He was 81. [Read More]
Texas supermarket chain, H-E-B moves from the No. 25th spot to claim the No. 9 spot according to Forbes Magazine annual ranking of America's largest... [Read More]
COVID-19 has claimed the life of one more McLennan County resident, the Waco-McLennan County Health District announced Saturday afternoon. [Read More]
Donny Garner passed away from cancer, January 19, 2021 at his home surrounded by his family. [Read More]
The La Vega boys basketball team has now won nine straight games after taking care of District rival China Spring. [Read More]
Baylor alum, Lauren Cox, is preparing for her second season with the Indiana Fever in the WNBA. [Read More]
The question of who will license the state's nearly 60,000 plumbers — and make sure they are fully trained — remains an open one headed... [Read More]
The son of a man whom a local officer shot and killed said the unexpected release of video of the shooting from the officer's bodycam... [Read More]
Local public health district officials are trying to balance demand for first and second doses of COVID-19 vaccines. [Read More]
Community support continues to flow for a local family that lost everything in an early-morning house fire including the equipment they use in their lawn... [Read More]
The post-holiday COVID-19 surge appeared to be subsiding Friday in Central Texas, but the death toll continues to rise, and vaccines remain elusive. [Read More]
A company that makes non-lethal restraining devices is following a shooting involving a local officer who killed a man with mental health issues who ignored... [Read More]
A Central Texas minister is uploading short videos intended to offer hope and encouragement to area residents feeling the weight of the nearly yearlong pandemic. [Read More]
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