Prescribed burn today at Temple airport

Temple Fire & Rescue will conduct a prescribed burn this morning at the Draughon-Miller Central Texas Regional Airport. The burn will begin at 8:30 a.m. It is scheduled to be completed by noon.

Sprint laying off Central Texas call center employees

Hundreds of Central Texas Sprint employees will be laid off effective next week.

Man arrested for sexually assaulting sleeping victim

A Temple man is still in jail, following his arrest on Monday on sexual assault charges. Earnest Tyrone Burnett, 36, is being held on a $25,000 bond.

Temple councilwoman refuses to step down amidst charges

The Temple Mayor Pro Tem, Judy Morales, is refusing to step down, in spite of the mayor and the other three council members asking her to resign in a meeting that was held Monday night.

Temple firefighters battle blaze on MLK Drive

An early morning fire in Temple caused extensive damage to a building on South MLK Drive.

E-cigarette exposure rates increase in Central Texas

Monday, Scott and White Hospital health officials held a press conference in Temple to talk about the increase in accidental exposures to children and adults from e-cigarettes.

Temple PD reminds citizens of juvenile curfew ordinances

Temple Police Department would like to remind all residents of the juvenile curfew ordinances in place to ensure everyone's safety over spring break.

Fire officials remind you to change your clock, smoke detector batteries this weekend

This Sunday, March 9 at 2 a.m., we begin Daylight Savings Time. As you “spring forward” and turn clocks one hour ahead Saturday night, don’t forget to check your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms.

McLane Children's Hospital has ribbon cutting for new pediatric facility

Thursday, McLane Children's Hospital held a ribbon cutting ceremony in honor of it's new $32 million dollar pediatric clinic.  

Local cheerleaders donated stuffed animals to Temple PD

Stuffed animals that will be used to provide comfort for children involved in emergency situations or crimes were donated to the Temple Police Department on Wednesday.