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Temple Police investigating late night robbery

Temple Police are investigating a late night robbery. On Thursday, November 7, 2013, at 10:37 p.m. on 51st Street.

Temple ISD breaks ground on Scott Elementary renovations

Temple ISD hosted a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday for a 50-year-old elementary currently under renovation. A $5.6 million bond that passed in 2011 is updating Scott Elementary on Avenue P.

Brazos Valley Food Bank expects increase demands because of stamp cuts

A hot meal is something many of us take for granted but for the millions of Americans who rely on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP for short, it's a luxury they don't necessarily see every day.

Bell County Sheriff's Dept. investigating apparent murder-suicide

The Bell County Sheriff’s Department is investigating what exactly happened that led a man to kill his girlfriend, light his house on fire and then turn the gun on himself.

Drive-thru flu shots for Central Texas veterans

Dozens of Central Texas veterans received flu shots today without even getting out of their car, and the program continues in Temple through Wednesday.

Police pull body from Lake Belton, ID released

The Bell County Sheriff's Department has confirmed the identity of a man who jumped off a bridge over Lake Belton early Wednesday morning.

High-impact I35 closures tonight in Salado

On Wednesday, October 23, starting at 7:00 pm, the northbound and southbound lanes near FM 2268 in Salado will be closed to all traffic to allow the contractor to remove the formwork from the new FM 2268 bridge.

Temple PD investigating late night shooting

Monday night, at about 10:59 p.m., Temple Police responded to a residence in the 300 block of North 6th Street, in reference to a report of gun shots. Officers arrived and found one occupant of the home had been struck by a single bullet.

Belton one step closer to having a road named after MLK

It has been a long process, but it seems as if the city of Belton has finally found a road to honor Martin Luther King with. A couple of streets were proposed, but ultimately denied over the past year.

Brother's quarrel ends with felony charge

Two brothers got into a dispute over the weekend, and as a result, the younger brother is in the Bell County Jail. Michael Escobedo, 24, is accused of cutting his older brother Oscar with a knife.