Temple

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.

Five arrested in meth bust

Five people across Central Texas are now facing federal drug charges for allegedly distributing large quantities of methamphetamine. Pablo Vasquez, Christopher Alvarez, Stephanie Steen are currently in the Bell County Jail.

VA offers walk-in seasonal flu vaccination clinics

Every Thursday and Friday from October 3 through November 1, 2013, veterans can get their seasonal flu vaccination at the walk-in flu vaccination clinic at the Central Texas Veterans Health Care System (CTVHCS) facility in Temple or by requesti

Unattended cooking fire displaces family of four

A Monday evening cooking fire has left a family of four homeless.

Baylor Health, Scott & White complete $8.3B merger

The governing boards of Baylor Health Care System and Scott & White Healthcare announced today the completion of the merger of the two health systems to form the largest not-for-profit health system in the state of Texas.

Belton to receives $3M for 9th Ave. project

The city of Belton has received nearly $3 million to help fund the 9th Avenue project. The Killeen-Temple Metropolitan Organization will give the city federal dollars to help extend 9th Avenue from Loop 121 to University Drive.