Iraq Veterans Against the War speak out on war trauma

FORT HOOD -- Local Iraq Veterans Against the War are coming forward. This after trying to contact Fort Hood Lt. Gen. Campbell several times with no reply.

Fort Hood addresses domestic violence and abuse

FORT HOOD -- Bell County ranks number five in the state for the number of deaths from family abuse according to Aware Central Texas. With growing domestic violence at Fort Hood Lt. Gen.

UPDATE: Man arrested in Killeen murder

Authorities have charged 22-year-old Justin Cole Fletcher, of Killeen, with murder. Fletcher was booked in the Bell County Jail. His bail is set at $1,000,000.  

Six charged in smuggling tobacco into local jail

CORYELL COUNTY -- Six people are charged after a month long investigation into reports that two people were smuggling tobacco into the County Jail and given to inmates.

City Council gets recall notifcation

KILLEEN -- Notices have been sent out to notify Killeen City Council members their positions are eligible for recall. After resident Jonathan Okray gathered the 1,050 signatures it takes to recall the council.

City Council candidate arrested for second time

BELLMEAD -- Bellmead City Council winner and convicted felon, Adrian Huff was arrested again Tuesday. Huff was the precinct five winner, but the city says he won't be taking filling the seat.

Tyler council holds public hearing on redistricting

On Wednesday, May 25, the Tyler City Council received a presentation, held a public hearing and received public input on options for redistricting Tyler’s single member Council districts.

Disaster preparedness crews come to Waco

WACO -- Looking back at this week's deadly tornados, Texas Department of State Health Services is looking forward, telling Central Texans to start preparing.

Parents welcome new anti-bullying legislation

WACO -- Texas lawmakers have finally approved a bill requiring schools to improve anti-bullying prevention. The new law would give schools the ability to do things like transfer bullies to different classrooms or campuses.

Pet breeders could face new laws if controversial bill is passed

WACO -- The controversial "Puppy Mill" Bill has been passed by the Texas Senate.