$1 million FEMA grant will pay for repairs to popular local park

A $1 million FEMA grant will pay for repairs to a popular local park heavily damaged by flooding in 2018.


A Central Texas city has partnered with the United Way and a local chamber of commerce to create a Community Relief Fund to deliver more than $360,000 in assistance to residents and businesses impacted by COVID-19.



The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Central Texas and around the state continued to rise Friday.


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Belton’s July 4th parade will be virtual this year


Motorcycle crash on area highway leaves 1 dead, 1 seriously hurt


Officials warn of rare ‘brain-eating’ amoeba in area lakes, rivers, ponds


Central Texas veteran photographs violent protests to invoke change


90 days and counting; Local couple hunkers down as economy opens up


Lampasas: Young adults lead peaceful protest for George Floyd


Michael Dean protest planned, new chief addresses fatal shooting


Central Texas Heroes: Ruben Hinguanzo



Three area prison units remain on lockdown due to COVID-19


Residents gather to protect local mall amid social media riot threats


Killeen: NAACP hosts town hall in wake of unrest across country


Racial justice groups form to organize local protests


Police investigate 3rd deadly neighborhood shooting in less than 48 hours


Expansion of mail-in voting in Texas remains on hold


Fire near local food truck park destroys 1 semi, heavily damages 2nd


Family, friends press for changes after Central Texas teen dies in crash


Ex-Central Texas teacher’s aide indicted for improper relationship


Man shot to death in neighborhood near local middle school identified


Central Texas man, 35, dies after struggle over handgun


Authorities seek public’s help after break-in at local high school


Central Texas woman pleads guilty to federal child pornography charge


Local police chief arrested over failure to report student’s allegations


Local mall closed in response to ‘social media threat’


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