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Convenience Store Robbed in Nolanville Tuesday Night

Nolanville police are searching for two suspects who held up a convenience store just off US 190 Tuesday night.

According to surveillance footage, two masked men entered the Valero gas station on South Main Street around 10:30 pm and demanded money

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Temple Man Arrested in Connection to Odessa Murder

Temple police and U.S. Marshals arrested a Temple man Tuesday in connection with a fatal shooting in Odessa.

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Elderly Killeen Woman Fatally Shot in Driveway

A 64-year-old woman was found shot to death outside of a home shortly before 5:30 am Monday.

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Temple Police Arrest Suspected Serial Burglars

Temple police have arrested two men suspected of committing a string of burglaries at several Ulta stores between Dallas and San Antonio.

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Killeen Man Accused of Sexually Assaulting Two Children

A registered sex offender from Killeen is in jail after police say he had sexual contact with two preadolescence boys.

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Stabbing in Copperas Cove Leaves One Man Dead

UPDATE: Police have not officially released the suspect's name, but the Killeen Daily Herald reports that the woman arrested at the scene of the stabbing was Shekita Irene Dickens.

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Classes Canceled After Break In At Central Texas Christian School

Central Texas Christian School at 4141 W FM 93 in Temple was closed as a precaution Friday after a break in and vandalism.

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Temple Man Dead After Early Morning Shooting at Wildwood Apartments

The victim of a shooting in Temple Thursday morning passed away Friday.

22-year-old Julian Anguiano was pronounced dead at 2:11 am by Justice of the Peace David Barfield. His remains have been sent to the Southwest Institute of Forensic Sciences in Dallas for autopsy.

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Temple Police Investigating Early Morning Shooting At Wildwood Apartments

Police in Temple are investigating a shooting that took place early Thursday morning in the parking lot of Wildwood Apartments at 4104 W. Adams Ave.

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Killeen Police Investigating Scott & White Pharmacy Burglary

Detectives with the Killeen Police Department are investigating an early morning burglary at the Scott & White pharmacy at 2500 Cross Dr.

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