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Copperas Cove police investigate Sunday morning stabbing death

Coppers Cove police are investigating a stabbing death that happened on Sunday morning.

New citywide alert notification system for West residents

 West residents can now sign up to receive a citywide text alert notification for their phones. The "One Call, Tell All" program will alert residents about emergencies situations or notices, said the City.  

Wanted sex offender arrested in Belton

A wanted sex offender has been arrested after police put information to locate his whereabouts on Thursday.

Teenager arrested after teacher's car goes missing from high school parking lot

A Belton teenager was arrested after police say he took a high school teacher's vehicle from the school's parking lot. Dashiek Saadin Belfrom,18, is facing a felony charge of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

Governor Perry visits troops deploying to West Africa in fight against Ebola

Governor Rick Perry visited U.S. Army troops preparing to deploy to the West African nation of Liberia to help combat the spread of Ebola this morning at Fort Hood. The U.S.

Harker Heights PD looking for sex offender

The Harker Heights Police Department is currently seeking information on Carlos Antonio Smith, a 31-year-old black male.

AT&T will pay $105 million for unauthorized charges on customer bills

 Listen up, AT&T customers: You may be in for a refund.

Bought Red Bull in the last decade? You're likely owed money

Following a recent settlement, customers who bought a Red Bull product between January 1, 2002, and October 3, 2014, are entitled to cash or free products from the energy drink giant.

Hearne man hospitalized after bee attack

A Hearne man was airlifted to the hospital Tuesday after he was attacked by a swarm of bees. The man was mowing the grass near a self storage facility on West Brown Street when he was attacked.

Fire officials encourage checking your smoke detectors

Copperas Cove Fire Department encourages everyone to have properly installed smoke detectors in your houses with working batteries. With colder temperatures approaching, house fires are common around this time of year.