Marine Reunited with Dog in San Antonio
Aaron Stice was a dog trainer in the Marine Corps and hoped to someday be reunited with his former canine partner. It finally happened this week.
Texas Woman Pleads Guilty In Connection to ‘Carnival Mafia’ Initiation Murders
Christine Tenney of La Marque has reportedly confessed to involvement in a "carnival mafia" initiation that resulted in the deaths of a Kansas couple.
Join Temple Police at Miller Park for Burgers with the Badge
On May 31, you can have lunch with Temple Police officers and ask them questions, voice concerns, or just get to know them. There'll be family activities, too.
Temple Street to Close for Two Weeks Beginning May 15
A portion of North 1st Street in Temple will be closed for two weeks while crews work on a plumbing issue.
Sign Your Kids Up for the Free Temple Junior Fire Cadet Program
Kids ages 9 to 13 can train with real firefighting equipment while learning about fire prevention, CPR, first aid, traffic safety, and ropes and knots.
Suspect Arrested in Fatal Temple-Hit-And Run Case
Two months after Mario Arriaga was fatally injured in a hit-and-run on Scott Boulevard, a teenage suspect has been booked into the Coryell County Jail.
Multi-Vehicle Collision Causes I-35/US-190 Merge Shutdown
Belton police say as many as 7 cars were involved in a crash at the intersection of I-35 and I-14/US-190 Saturday afternoon.
Honor the Fallen at VFW Post 3892 Memorial Ceremony
You're invited to a special ceremony Sunday, May 26 to honor those who gave their lives to defend and preserve our liberty.
Temple Mayor Announces Winners of Inaugural Architectural Appreciation Photography Contest
This week, Mayor Timothy A. Davis announced the winners of the inaugural Temple Architectural Appreciation Photography Contest.
Dryer Fire Displaces Family of Six in Temple
A family was able to safely escape their home thanks to a child who noticed something was wrong and spoke up.