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.

Woman arrested for assaulting soccer official

A soccer game at Veteran's Park got a little too rowdy after an official was attacked. Police say Bibiana Gomez was arrested and charged with assault after she attacked the referee.

MCC agrees with Tech to make transferring easier

Last week, MCC signed an agreement with Baylor to make the transfer process between the two much easier for Baylor-bound students. And now, MCC has partnered up with Texas Tech as well.

Killeen animal officials review city snake ordinance

The Killeen Animal Advisory Committee has reviewed the city's current ordinance regarding venomous reptiles to look at what changes can be made.

'Outrageous': Field trip re-enacts slavery using kids

"You're not a person, you're property." "You're an animal working in the fields the rest of your life." "You don't have any rights, we own you."

2013 Emmys: The winners list

Between "Breaking Bad," "House of Cards," "Homeland" and its respective stars, the 2013 Emmys race was tight.

Local pharmacies are now administering flu shots

If you haven't set aside time to get your flu shot yet, you might want to start thinking about doing so.

Waco convicted arsonist pleads guilty to injury to a child

A Waco man, who a jury found guilty of arson and sentenced to 65 years in prison,  has pleaded guilty to giving his 8-month-old son vodka.

Apple sells record 9 million iPhones in opening weekend

Apple on Monday announced it sold 9 million of the new iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C models since the went on sales Friday -- a record opening weekend for the iPhone.

Ariel Castro's son describes personal torment after father's crimes

Grappling with the fact that his father was a convicted rapist and kidnapper was difficult enough.