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Argument leads to one man dead Saturday in Killeen
Killeen police responded to a 911 call around 1:48 a.m. in reference to a shooting victim at the OBok Restaurant & Club in the 2800 block of South Fort Hood Street, said Ofelia Miramontez, Killeen Police Department spokeswoman.
Loud boom heard in Gatesville but source unclear
LOCALLoud boom heard in Gatesville but source unclearA loud boom was reported in the Gatesville area Friday morning but authorities had not been able to find the source of it.Gatesville Police were investigating reports of a loud boom Friday morning but had not found the source of it, according to t
Boom shakes Gatesville, source unknown
GATESVILLE, TX - A loud boom that rattled windows shook Gatesville and surrounding areas of Coryell County at midmorning Friday, but early investigations have resulted in no damage found.
Police look for source of explosion that rocked Gatesville
The explosion occurred inside the Central Utilities Plant building, which was intended as part of a major renovation to house the hospital’s new housing physical plant, including boilers and chillers, reduced the structure to rubble.
Loud boom reported in Gatesville
The boom could have occurred outside of Gatesville and Coryell County, and potentially could have been heard in McClennan County, Gohlke said.
Fatal shooting in parking lot
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Suspect arrested in fatal shooting at Killeen restaurant
Killeen police arrested one suspect in connection to a fatal shooting at the Obok Restaurant and Club Aug. 18.While responding to a shots fired call at the restaurant around 2 a.m. officers found a 41-year-old male victim on the ground who was suffering from a gunshot wound.The victim was transporte
One thought to be dead after Saturday shooting in Killeen
One man is thought to be dead after a shooting early Saturday morning in Killeen. Police were dispatched around 2 a.m.to the OBok Restaurant & Club in the 2800 block of South Fort Hood Street, to a call about a shooting victim.The Herald is working to learn more about this shooting.
Killeen Police open fire on juvenile accused of trying to run over officer
A juvenile in Killeen is accused of leading police on a chase, then running into an officer's car before finally crashing into a home, according to Killeen Police.
Killeen, Waco drug stings lead to 22 arrests
Two narcotics investigations in Waco and Killeen led to the arrest of 22 individuals and seizure of 16 weapons and $10,000 in cash, said U.S. Attorney John F. Bash during a Thursday press conference in Waco.
Who are the Gangster Disciples? More info coming to light about Killeen drug gang
The 28 people arrested in connection with the case were members of the gang, according to officials from the U.S. District Court, Western District of Texas, in Waco, at a news conference in Waco on Thursday.
Bigfoot spotted in Gatesville!
On Friday, Aug. 10- an uncommonly rainy, dreary Friday afternoon- members of the Boys & Girls Club of Gatesville were treated to another uncommon sight, one that surely closed out their summer of 2018 with a memorable bang: Bigfoot.
Local non profit celebrates 10 years of helping veterans
Killeen — Killeen based non profit Bring Everyone in the Zone is celebrating 10 years of providing support to area veterans. The organization is made up of volunteers, trained counselors and peer specialists. Maureen Jouett got involved with the non profit back in 2008, she says it's a tough job but
Three juveniles arrested after Wednesday pursuit
While responding to a stolen vehicle call at around 2:16 p.m. on John Road, Killeen officers located an allegedly stolen black Ford pickup traveling near the intersection of Cranford Avenue and 40th Street. Police said the officers attempted a traffic stop, but the truck’s driver did not comply and
Cove ISD hosts 4th annual Stuff the Bus back-to-school drive
Copperase Cove Walmart employees and the store’s manager pose with Mayor Frank Seffrood on Saturday, Aug. 11, 2018, during a Stuff the Bus back-to-school drive.Cerone White | Herald
Ellison sweeps opening day at Gatesville Invitational
“It’s going to help them jump higher, and it’s going to help them swing stronger,” Stolley noted. “That’s the pace we’re going to play in district, so why not prepare for that speed now?”
Metroplex will rebrand as AdventHealth Central Texas
Metroplex Adventist Hospital interim CEO Dennis Kiley discusses future plans for Advent Healthcare on Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2018.Kirsten Farmer | Herald
Multiple federal and local agencies to announce dismantling of Central Texas drug rings
United States Attorney John Bash, along with the Drug Enforcement Administration, the FBI, Waco Police Chief Ryan Holt, Killeen Police Chief Charles Kimball, McLennan County Sheriff Parnell McNamara, DPS and a Deputy U.S. Marshal will hold the press conference at 2 p.m. at the U.S. Courthouse in Wac
McDonald’s to invest over $400M in Texas restaurants
Keith Casab, left, senior area supervisor for McDonald’s; J.D. Sheffield, center, District 59 representative, R-Gatesville; Hampton Conlan, second from right, owner of Copperas Cove McDonasld’s; and Luke Sheffield, right, senior public relations account supervisor, are seen Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2018, a
Woman indicted on three charges of aggravated assault after pit bull attack, gun threats
Lashai Jean-Baptist, 22, of Killeen, was indicted on three charges of aggravated assault threaten bodily injury with a deadly weapon. Jean-Baptist was not listed in the Bell County Jail as of Wednesday afternoon, according to jail records.