Check out the latest news and events happening in Fort Hood.
Don’t Worry: Smoke Southwest of Killeen Friday Afternoon Explained
If you've noticed the huge wall of smoke southwest of town, you're not alone. Here's what's going on.
Fort Hood’s Trees for Troops Offers Free Christmas Trees for Military
Fort Hood's annual "Trees for Troops" is back this year and happening on Friday, December 10th starting at 8am.
Need Something Last Minute On Thanksgiving? Here’s What’s Open in Killeen, Texas
In all of my years in assisting with Thanksgiving dinner, I have come to realize there's always something you may forget. Maybe it's a seasoning or a bigger bowl. Or now you realize you need more eggs or milk (it's always milk) and you need to go to the store...
Today Marks the 12th Anniversary of the 2009 Fort Hood Shooting
We must never forget what happened that day, the people who lost their lives, or the wounded who continue to live with the memories of what happened.
Is Fort Hood Cursed? Yet Again Another Soldier Has Been Found Dead
The people of Fort Hood and Killeen are scratching their heads wondering why mysterious deaths keep occurring.
Fort Hood Soldier Leaves Killeen Night Club, Then Kills His Child’s Mother
A soldier is behind bars after police say he murdered a fellow soldier after an argument.
Fort Hood Officials Want You To Know They Don’t Paint Over Roaches
Apparently the folks at Fort Hood did not like a joke they saw posted online.
Fort Hood Deploying Troops To Help Afghan Evacuee Mission
Some of Central Texas' very own will be sent to Afghanistan in an effort to provide support as part of a task force with Fort McCoy and Fort Bliss.
Did You Know Club Enclave in Killeen Has Interesting Fort Hood History?
Not only is Enclave in Killeen the city's most slept-on spot for events, but it also played an interesting role of Fort Hood history.
It’s True, Mandatory Vaccinations Expected to Protect Fort Hood Soldiers
US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin is expected to announce mandatory vaccinations for all active military in the coming days as COVID-19 cases soar.