Temple Mayor Pro-Tem sworn back into office

Temple Mayor Pro Tem, Judy Morales, was re-sworn in to her City Council District 2 position Thursday, after stepping down amidst charges against her in March.

Temple fire responds after child swept down creek

Temple Fire & Rescue, Temple Police and Scott & White EMS responded to a report of a child in a creek in the 1000 Block of North 12th Street this afternoon.

Suspect arrested for burglary which resulted in police officer, 2 others hospitalized

A suspect was arrested in connection with a Temple burglary of a convenience store that landed a police officer and two others in the hospital after the suspect evaded arrest which resulted in a crash.

Police seek man involved in early morning convenience store burglary

Temple Police are looking for the man involved in an early morning burglary that led to a police officer and two others being hurt during a crash.

No one suffers serious injuries after 9 vehicle crash

Temple Fire & Rescue, Temple Police and Scott & White EMS responded to a multiple vehicle traffic crash Sunday evening, July 13, on Interstate 35. The crash occurred in the northbound lane of I-35 between mile markers 300 to 301.

Baylor Scott & White Memorial Hospital receives Above and Beyond Award

The Baylor Scott & White Memorial Hospital in Temple received a special award for their support of employees in the National Guard or Reserve.

Temple city manager announces retirement plans

Temple City Manager David Blackburn announced July 3 that he will resign/retire from his position after August 28.

McLane Children’s and Memorial anticipate increase in trauma cases

With summer officially underway, trauma services at McLane Children’s and Scott & White Memorial Hospital – Temple, both part of Baylor Scott & White Health, are prepared for a busy season and a potential increase in the num

Temple officer hit during stop, hospitalized

A Temple police officer was hospitalized Thursday morning after he was hit on Interstate 35 during a traffic stop.

Texas congressman secures FBI investigation into Temple VA facility

“We must demand quality care for our Central Texas veterans from the Temple Veterans Affairs (VA) facility,” was the message of Congressman John Carter’s (R-TX31) conversation with Acting VA Secretary Sloan Gibson.