Local News

Nexstar Broadcasting purchases KWKT-TV, KYLE-TV

KWKT-TV and KYLE-TV have a new owner as of January 1, 2015. Nexstar Broadcasting purchased KWKT-TV AND KYLE-TV from Communications Corporation of America.

Fireworks prohibited in cities across Central Texas for New Year's celebrations

As New Year’s Eve approaches the City of Copperas Cove would like to take an opportunity to remind the citizens that Code of Ordinances Article IV, Section 7-61 prohibits fireworks within the City limits.

2 men wanted for Robertson county break in

Two suspects are wanted after being caught on surveillance video breaking into a grocery store in Robertson County. Lakeside Grocery on Highway 6 north was broken into on December 23rd .

Cheap oil's victims: Civeo slashes jobs, Texas could face recession

Gas at $2 a gallon isn't good for everyone.

Another skunk tests positive for rabies this month in Hewitt

According to Hewitt PD, on December 23, at approximately 4:00 p.m., the City of Hewitt Animal Control Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of Oakwood Drive, on the report of a skunk in the front yard of a residence, acting abnormally.

Copperas Cove PD looks to ID woman passing forged checks

Copperas Cove police are asking for the community’s support in solving recent forgery cases involving the black female pictured.

Lacy Lakeview police look for woman accused of robbing local bank

Lacy Lakeview Police Department is looking for a woman they claim is responsible for robbing a local bank this morning.

Man arrested for online solicitation of a minor in Bellmead

Bellmead Police Department arrested a man they say engaged in inappropriate contact with under aged females.

Bruceville man burned while frying turkey on Christmas

A Bruceville man is in serious condition after being burned on Christmas afternoon. Dwayne Defrees was helicoptered to a Dallas hospital after he was burned while frying a turkey at his home.

Belton PD investigates homicide

The Belton Police Department is investigating a death that a preliminary autopsy report has listed as a homicide. The report states that John Hill, 62, of Belton, died as a result of blunt force trauma to the head.