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The city of Temple, Texas is located in central Texas, 65 miles north of Austin and 34 miles south of Waco. The city has been called the "Wildflower Capital of Texas." In 1881, Temple was founded as a railroad town and named after Bernard Moore Temple, a civil engineer and former surveyor with the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railroad Company that established the town. It was nicknamed by locals as "Tanglefoot" because the combination of muddy streets and liquor made walking a challenge for residents.
Local Newspapers: Temple Daily Telegram
Local Sports Teams: Dallas Burn Dallas Cowboys Dallas Mavericks Dallas Stars
Local Colleges: Temple College Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine
Zip Codes associated with temple, texas:
76501 76502 76504
Towns/Cities near temple, texas : Troy Belton Nolanville Harker Hieghts Salado Moody Marlin Cameron
4-year-old shoots infant in Temple home, police investigate
Officials said a 4-year-old child accidentally shot a 7-month-old child. Police received a call about the shooting at 2:31 p.m. and responded to the scene at 2:33 p.m. The caller was an adult female, officials said.Texas-Style Fiddle Takes Center Stage at Fiddlers' Frolics in Hallettsville
Anybody who's picked up a violin can feel its delicacy. A full-size instrument weighs less than a pound, with a slender body fashioned of elegant hand-pared wood.Kegley Phase I Road Construction to Begin
TEMPLE, TX Construction will begin on Kegley Road from West Adams Avenue to the entrance of Wildflower Villas Apartment Homes. The City expects that the contractor will begin to mobilize this week.Burning Man art is on its way to the Smithsonian in D.C.
Some Burning Man art may have started off as kitschy, but it won't go down in the annals of art history as such. This week, a selection of Burning Man art - from HYBYCOZO to "Maya's Mind" by Carson City artist Mischell Riley - is on its way to the Smithsonian's Renwick Gallery in Washington, D.C. No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man will be at the Smithsonian from March 30 through Jan. 21, 2019, in two phases.Police investigate video of woman trying to perform medical procedure on dog
Authorities in Killeen are investigating a video that appears to show a Central Texas woman trying to perform a medical procedure on her dog at home. According to a Facebook post from the owner, the female dog ran off and came home with a large abscess on her neck.Former Texas police chief arrested on sexual assault charge
A former police chief in Central Texas has been arrested on allegations that he forced a woman to have sex with him by warning that he would have her jailed if she didn't comply. Thirty-nine-year-old Quincy Deon Lee of Chilton was arrested Wednesday on a charge of sexual assault.Affidavit: Murder suspect revved engine, ran over victims twice in Temple
The 60-year-old man arrested for a Temple hit-and-run crash that killed a mother and son allegedly revved his pickup truck engine and ran over the victims twice, according to an arrest affidavit released this week. Darrel Gene Holloway II surrendered himself at the Temple Police Department on March 2 after investigators believe he struck and killed Maria Marta Garza, 51, and Pedro Danny Garza, 33, near the intersection of South 1st Street and W. Avenue O just after 11 p.m. According to the newly released affidavit, a witness told investigators he saw Holloway's truck rev its engine and run over the victims, then back up and run into each of them a second time.Police: Suspect mad over fight charged with shooting teen at park in Temple
A 20-year-old Temple man was arrested and charged Saturday for shooting a 15-year-old in Miller Park on Oct. 20, 2017. Detectives with the Temple Police Department had been investigating since then and recently obtained an arrest warrant for Darius Hellums, who was booked on a charge of aggravated assault -- bodily injury with a deadly weapon.Police: Driver surrenders himself after Temple hit-and-run crash kills two
Around 11:07 p.m., officers responded to the intersection of 5th Street and Avenue O, where a 911 caller told dispatch that a maroon pickup truck sped away from the scene of a crash. When police arrived, they found a male and female dead on the ground.Entertainment Announcement for the 2018 Bloomin' Temple Festival
Temple Parks & Recreation is pleased to announce that Austin-based rapper, Pat G, will perform on the CEFCO Stage at the 13th Annual Bloomin' Temple Festival on Saturday, April 28th. Pat G's vision defines the clichs of the hip-hop scene and is known for his positive and uplifting attitude.Suspect drives out of Temple restaurant's parking lot in truck that 'did not belong to him'
Temple Police are searching for a man who said drove a truck that did not belong to him out Sunday out of Henderson Family Restaurant's parking lot.Police: 21-year-old sexually assaulted teen, told officers he was 16
A 21-year-old man was taken to jail for sexually assaulting a 14-year-old and telling police he was 16, police said. On Sunday, police saw a van driving on S. 23rd Street in Temple without headlights.Family pushes for highway safety after loved one found dead off I-14 near Nolanville
Delettra Whittman, 51, of Belton, was last seen leaving Nolanville for Temple earlier this week after having lunch, according to her son Tommie Mayfield. When Whittman did not show up for work the next day, those who knew her reported her disappearance to multiple police agencies -- but were told officers had to wait 72 hours before searching, Mayfield said.Open Mic Poetry Night
Discover Downtown Temple invites the public to The Word, a monthly open mic poetry night, hosted at J Kowboy Wine Bar, located at 13 E. Avenue B in downtown Temple. This month's event will be held on Wednesday, February 28th at 7:00 p.m. The Word is free and open to the public, but drinks are purchased on your own.One man taken to hospital after Saturday morning shooting in Killeen
A 33-year-old man was transported to Baylor Scott & White Hospital in Temple in stable condition Saturday morning after he was shot in Killeen. The Killeen Police Department said officers were dispatched to the 4700 block of Ronald Drive around 8:46 a.m. There, they found the man suffering from a gunshot wound.Family Members: Missing woman found dead off 190 near Nolanville
Delettra Whittman, 52, of Belton, was last seen leaving Nolanville for Temple earlier this week after having lunch, according to her son Tommie Mayfield. When Whittman did not show up for work the next day, those who knew her reported her disappearance to multiple police agencies -- but were told officers had to wait 72 hours before searching, Mayfield said.He was already in the Bell County Jail on unrelated charges when he was served with the warrant.
A man who was a person of interest in a December 2016 Temple home invasion murder has been charged with the crime Thursday. Officials charged 31-year-old Quentorius Tramaine Simmons with murder.
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