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Widow Of Slain Central Texas Man Freed On Bond

Posted: 04/24/2015 - A Central Texas woman who was charged with murder two weeks ago in the 1999 shooting death of her husband was out of jail Friday after a prosecutor agreed to a reduction in her bond.

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Local Investment Fraud Probe Widens; Additional Victims Sought

Posted: 04/17/2015 - Federal and state authorities asked for the public’s help Friday in the investigation of a local financial adviser accused of telling “false tales about his stockbroking experience” in an alleged scheme that targeted military personnel.

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Full Benefits Authorized For Victims Of 2009 Fort Hood Shooting

Updated: 04/16/2015 - Full benefits have been authorized for the survivors and family members of those who were killed in the November 2009 shooting rampage at Fort Hood, the Army announced Thursday, less than a week after three-dozen Purple Heart medals were awarded during a ceremony on post.

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Man Arrested In One Credit Union Robbery Charged In 2nd Holdup

Posted: 04/14/2015 - A Central Texas man who was already in custody in connection with a credit union holdup and a school threat that evidently was intended to serve as a diversion was charged Tuesday in connection with a second credit union robbery.

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Fort Hood Demolishes Century-Old Landmark

Updated: 04/14/2015 - Fort Hood is demolishing the post’s century-old Reynolds House, which was the only one of several hundred farm and ranch houses that occupied the property acquired for the post that remained standing.

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Police Look For More Victims 5 Months After Sexual Assault Arrest

Posted: 04/09/2015 - Five months after the arrest of a Fort Hood soldier who’s charged in connection with the sexual assault of a juvenile who was lured through a Facebook page, local authorities are looking for as many as 100 additional victims who may have responded to what was represented as a search for young models.

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Thursday Is First Anniversary Of Deadly Fort Hood Rampage

Updated: 04/03/2015 - Private ceremonies and a public remembrance walk are among the activities scheduled Thursday to mark the first anniversary of a shooting rampage at Fort Hood that left three soldiers dead and 16 others wounded.

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