Twenty Central Texans — including Temple, Belton, Killeen and Gatesville residents — were indicted on federal drug trafficking and firearms charges that stem from five separate, but related grand jury indictments, officials said Friday.
A South Temple Walmart was briefly evacuated Thursday evening after Temple police responded to an initial report of a male with a weapon.
New hearings are set to be held in federal court in the case of a Killeen woman who is facing charges related to the death case of Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen, but four trial dates have been canceled since the case began last year.
BELTON — A death that may have resulted from negligence is under investigation by Belton detectives, a police spokeswoman said Monday.
BELTON — Police arrested a 36-year-old man on a retaliation charge in connection to a threat he reportedly made to shoot officers.
A Temple motorist was arrested Monday afternoon when he allegedly tried to hit a woman with his vehicle and crashed into a tire store, police said.
A Killeen woman was arrested by Temple Police officers after she allegedly set a fire at a home during a violent disturbance.
Some parents are saying they are upset after not being informed by school officials that a former Killeen ISD bus driver was arrested in the fall on child pornography charges, according to a local TV station.
A Temple man reported he was scammed out of $6,000 when a caller told him there was a warrant for his arrest because he missed a court hearing regarding one of his patients.
Former Williamson County Sheriff Robert Chody has been charged for the second time with evidence tampering in an investigation into the death in custody of a black man that was filmed by the police reality TV series "Live PD".
A 36-year-old Temple man was indicted by a Bell County grand jury Wednesday in connection with a hit-and run-incident that killed 32-year-old Sean Lee Eggleston last summer.
A Central Texas man arrested in Temple faces seven criminal charges in connection with suspected child abuse.
A Coryell County grand jury indicted a Copperas Cove man on a felony charge after police said he threatened to abduct a woman as a prank earlier this year.