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Shorter LVN program approved at Central Texas College

Licensed vocational nursing students at Central Texas College will be able to complete the program in nine months rather than the current 12 months starting in the fall 2023 semester, CTC announced in a media release. The Texas Board of Nursing recently approved the curriculum change for the accredited school, which is headquartered near Killeen and has a site in Marble Falls.
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2nd arrest in the murder of a Killeen woman

Bell County (FOX 44) — Killeen Police have made a second arrest in the investigation of the murder of Yolanda N’Gaojia. The first arrest was August 13th. Officers with the Killeen Police Department Violent Crime Action team and members of the U.S. Marshals Service located and arrested Demario Jabar Moore. He faces a charge of murder and is being held in the Bell County Jail on a $1M bond.
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The problem in North Killeen through the eyes of one business owner

A new revitalization director, Kaitlin Kizito, has been hired by the City of Killeen as part of an effort to bring life back to downtown. Business owners like Hyekyong Pak who work in the area on the daily said certain areas need specific attention. Pak's the owner of Oh Seafood...
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Fort Hood youth return to class

On Monday, youth from the Fort Hood community returned to school for the 2022-2023 academic year including the over 800 children who attend Meadows Elementary School. “It’s awesome to start a new school year and see everybody with their big back-to-school smiles ready to go, ready to learn and hit the ground running,” said MES Principal Julie Sims. “Teachers have been working hard to prepare for that and we’re really excited for all of the great things that are going to happen this year.”
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Texas teen arrested for allegedly fatally shooting veteran who was visiting her son’s grave

KILLEEN, Texas (TCD) -- A 17-year-old was charged with murder for allegedly shooting and killing a military veteran who was visiting her son’s grave. According to the Killeen Police Department, on Tuesday, March 22, at 5:03 p.m., officers received a call about a victim with gunshot wounds on the 13000 block of State Highway 195, and when they arrived, they found two victims who had been shot.
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Bobcats, Eagles Tangle in Scrimmage at Searles Stadium

The Chaparral Bobcats and the Ellison Eagles tangled in a zero-week scrimmage Thursday at Killeen ISD’s new stadium a week before the start of the high school football season. A large crowd watched the controlled scrimmage in light rain with varsity teams taking one end of the field and...
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MPs coordinate emergency response

The 89th Military Police Brigade and the Fort Hood Directorate of Emergency Services held an active shooter response plan run-through with local police, fire and emergency services agencies, Aug. 10, to coordinate responses to incidents on the installation. The task force commanders for Task Force Owens and Task Force Rifles...
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Murder suspect from Pennsylvania arrested at Ft Hood

Fort Hood, Tx (FOX44) – The man arrested on a federal warrant at Fort Hood on August 11 has turned out to have been wanted on a murder charge out of Pennsylvania. A spokesperson for the Bell County Sheriff’s Department has confirmed that 23-year-old Joellius Domingo Medina was wanted on the charge out of Berk County, Pennsylvania.
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