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Funeral money allegedly denied for Killeen shooting victim
kcentv.com
KILLEEN - The family of shooting victim Curtis Shelley is outraged and turning to the community for help after they say the state will no longer help cover funeral expenses. Shelley was allegedly shot by his neighbor during an argument nearly two weeks ...



KXAN.com
VIDEO: Suspects hold woman at gunpoint in front of Killeen home
KXAN.com
KILLEEN, Texas (KXAN) — A woman on the line with 911 got the scare of her life when two men rushed her with their guns drawn in front of her Killeen home. “Oh my God! Who the f— were they?” the woman screamed, as the two men ran away when four dogs ...
Home robbery foiled by dogsKGNS.tv
VIDEO: Group pulls guns on woman in Texas, dogs scare them off13WMAZ

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The Killeen Daily Herald
Killeen resident thankful for first Thanksgiving in new home
The Killeen Daily Herald
Teeja Williams of Killeen is excited to spend her first Thanksgiving in her own home, thanks to Habitat for Humanity. Williams picked the colors of taupe and beige — to create the feeling of a beach house — to be the colors adorning her new home ...


Monday night's College Street shooter arraigned
The Killeen Daily Herald
The man who police said shot a 12-year-old boy and his father after a child custody dispute has been arraigned. Earlie Bernard Marsh, 31, was arraigned by Justice of the Peace Claudia Brown, and charged with aggravated assault resulting in bodily ...







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