Check out the latest news and events happening in Fort Hood.
US Army Facing Second Wrongful Death Lawsuit Regarding Conduct At Fort Hood, Texas
Yet another family has brought a multi-million dollar lawsuit against the military, alleging mistreatment of a soldier who was later found dead.
Why Fort Hood Families Say On Post Housing is Making Them Sick
Our military men and women and their families, stationed at Fort Hood, are getting sick from living on post.
Job Fair at Fort Hood For Transitioning Military Members
A job fair for transitioning military members, veterans, and their families will be held at Fort Hood this Wednesday. Here's what you need to know.
Save the Date for Dinner with the Stars at Fort Hood, Texas
The Dinner with the stars is coming to Fort Hood. Here's how to get your seat at the table.
Dallas Cowboy Hall of Fame QB Troy Aikman Visits Fort Hood
It's not every day that a three-time Super Bowl Champion Dallas Cowboy Hall of Fame Quarter Back stops by Fort Hood to visit the troops.
Fort Hood Deploys 4,000 Troops as Tensions Rise Overseas
The 1st Cavalry Division changed command this week, as 4,000 Fort Hood troops plan to go overseas and the United States increases its military presence in Europe.
Fort Hood Soldier Shares His Experience In The Military As A Gay Man Of Color
Former soldier Sgt. Thomas Lawson has proudly served our nation in uniform, and has faced additional challenges simply for loving who he loves.
Here’s Where to Celebrate the 4th of July in Central Texas This Year
Here's a handy list of all the big 4th of July celebrations happening in Belton, Temple, Killeen, and Ft. Hood.
Fort Hood May Honor First Latino Four Star General With Name Change
The commission in charge of finding a new name for Fort Hood has made their recommendation and submitted Fort Cavazos to Congress for approval.