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Hot Off the Press!
A Black History Month research project won one Killeen fourth-grader two tickets to see her role model in an upcoming global broadcast.
KILLEEN, Texas (KWTX) The Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce announced Friday that it’s endorsing the Killeen ISD’s proposed $426 million bond package. The chamber’s Public Policy Council and Board of Directors voted on Wednesday to support the proposed bond issue.
The Red Lion Hotel at 803 E. Central Texas Expressway opened with a roar, bringing a fresh face to Killeen’s hotel scene. At a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday, hosted by the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce, one of the hotel’s new owners, Kulwant Singh, thanked Killeen officials for giving him guidance.
Patrons get information from various organizations during the bi-annual Hood Howdy event.
The Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce military relations council welcomed U.S. Army Operational Test Command commander Brig. Gen. John Ulrich to a luncheon at Central Texas College on Tuesday to learn about how the unit impacts the everyday lives of soldiers on Fort Hood.
KILLEEN - Killeen's economy may be busy, but it's also dependent on fluctuations with the military at Fort Hood. The 14 Forward campaign is a business wide effort to bring in more civilian jobs to the Killeen area -- like manufacturing and IT businesses.
After a busy weekend in Washington, D.C., U.S. Rep. Roger Williams, R-Austin, visited Central Texas on Tuesday to update his constituents on the status of the government shutdown and benefits of the tax cuts passed last month.
Pledges totalling $1.525 million toward the 14 Forward 2018-2022 Economic Development Initiative were announced Friday by the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce and 14 Forward Volunteer Leaders.
KILLEEN, Texas (KWTX) A simple swipe and you're done but it may take two cards to buy something from a store. Under a new Texas law, SB 1381, if a clerk asks you to show a photo ID to match the name on your credit or debit card and you refuse they can legally refuse to sell you the product or service.
AmeriStor Self Storage, 2010 E. Elms Road, Killeen, was named Business of the Month by the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce.