Killeen Police searching for three men involved in aggravated robbery

Killeen Police are currently investigating an aggravated robbery that happened earlier this week.

Killeen man sentenced to life for murder, aggravated robbery

A Killeen man was sentenced to life in prison Tuesday, after he pleaded guilty last week to murder and aggravated robbery.

Girl hospitalized, dog killed after attack in Killeen

A dog was killed and three children were taken to the hospital after the dog reportedly attacked the kids in Killeen on Wednesday.

KPD sees increase in scams

Killeen Police would like to inform citizens of con artists that have increased their efforts to obtain money from law abiding citizens. There has been an increase of reports to the police department about these types of scams.

Killeen PD issues temporary non-emergency number due to technical difficulties

The Killeen Police Department is having telephone issues at this time.

Killeen man indicted for attacking girlfriend, son with hammer

A Bell County grand jury has indicted a Killeen man on aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and injury to a child charges for reportedly attacking his girlfriend and her son with a hammer earlier this year.

CTX man involved in hit and run involved in fatal crash

Killeen Police are investigating a fatal car crash that occurred at the intersection of Clairidge Avenue and Canterdury Drive, Tuesday night.

Woman arrested in connection to August 2013 Game Exchange robbery

Killeen Police have arrested a woman involved in a Game Exchange robbery. On Friday, August 2, 2013 at 9:13 p.m. officers were called to a Game Exchange located in the 2500 block of S.W.S. Young Drive that had been robbed.

Killeen man indicted for December 2013 murder

A Bell County Grand Jury has indicted a Killen man on a murder charge in connection to the shooting and stabbing death of a woman in December last year.

Failure to meet threshold results in 16% budget drop for CCISD

The Copperas Cove Independent School District is cutting 75 jobs after the district failed to meet a threshold that would give them $12,000,000 in federal aid.