The CEOs of Twitter, Facebook and Google were scolded by Republicans at a Senate hearing Wednesday for alleged anti-conservative bias in the companies' social media platforms and received a warning of coming restrictions from Congress.
Recent title changes in the Temple city attorney’s office caused a hiccup: Assistant city attorneys could not prosecute cases in municipal court.
Voters going to the polls in Bell County and throughout Texas will now be required to wear face masks after a federal judge’s ruling Wednesday.
BELTON — A Belton motorist was indicted Wednesday on an intoxication manslaughter charge in connection with a crash that killed a 42-year-old man.
CAMERON — A 69-year-old man from Little River-Academy was charged in Milam County with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and assault-family violence.
The Army’s top general of Futures Command in Austin met with the family of slain Spc. Vanessa Guillen, a 3rd Cavalry Regiment soldier, to provide an update on the investigation he is leading, the Army Forces Command said in a news release Tuesday evening.
Hurricane Zeta is speeding toward storm-weary Louisiana with landfall expected today just south of New Orleans, where a pump system failure has left the city even more vulnerable to floods.
WASHINGTON — Medicare will cover the yet-to-be approved coronavirus vaccine free for older people under a policy change expected to be announced shortly, a senior Trump administration official said Tuesday.
The III Corps and Fort Hood commander posted on the Fort Hood Facebook page an article by The Intercept regarding soldier concerns of their small unit leaders failing to take care of junior enlisted soldiers.
The Bell County Public Health District identified 36 new cases of COVID-19, as active cases decreased to 516 — three fewer than Tuesday.