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.

Man taken to hospital following Monday morning house fire in Temple

Temple Fire & Rescue responded to a house fire in the 4800 Block of Hartrick Bluff Drive early Monday morning.

Temple PD warns of old scam resurfacing around town

Recently, the Temple Police Department has received complaints that an old scam is beginning to resurface in the community.

Temple teen acquitted of 2012 murder charge

A Bell County jury has acquitted a teen of a 2012 murder charge. Jurors deliberated for about 90 minutes before returning the not guilty verdict of Cedric J. Lilly, 18, who was charged with the murder of a 34-year-old Temple man.

Temple PD unveils new campaign

Thursday, at 1:00 p.m., a press conference was held in front of the Temple Police Department’s main headquarters.

Temple Police arrest alleged copper thief

Temple Police have arrested a man for copper theft.

Cold temps cause Temple to open emergency warming centers

The Temple Office of Emergency Management (OEM) is activating the Emergency Warming Center Plan starting Wednesday to provide a temporary warming space for homeless or distressed persons in the city.

Temple PD makes another arrest in local copper thefts

A Belton man was arrested Thursday after officers say they found him attempting to steal copper.