Check out the latest news and events happening in Fort 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.
Boil Notice Issued for Several Cities After Power Outage at Belton, Texas Water Plant
A power outage at the Belton Water Treatment Plant has prompted a boil notice for Ft. Hood, Copperas Cove, Killeen, Harker Heights, Nolanville, and Belton.
Is it Time to Change the Name of Fort Hood? Officials Discuss Possibility
Fort Hood often gets a bad rap. Is it time to throw out the name and start anew?
Fun for Kids, Temple-Killeen Lemonade Day is This Weekend
This weekend, local kids will learn the value of hard work and earning a living while still having fun. Here's how you can participate and encourage them.
Fort Hood Military Kids Can Enter Nerf Target Contest
Children of military parents in Fort Hood can get their creative juices flowing with this awesome online contest.
Texas Youth of the Year Honor Goes to Fort Hood Teen
Central Texas is home to the Texas State Military Youth of the Year. Her name is Iyana Moses and she lives on Fort Hood. Iyana was announced as the winner on Monday.
Confession of Co-Conspirator Charged in Vanessa Guillen Murder Case at Risk
Cecily Aguilar previously admitted to helping dispose of Spc Vanessa Guillen's body, but now her defense attorneys want that confession thrown out.
Fort Hood’s Electric Bill is “Ginormous” Following Winter Storm
The electric bill that came in for Fort Hood following the winter storm is larger than the bill received for the entire year of 2020.
Texas House Could Nudge Congress to Pass Vanessa Guillen Bill
It's been almost a year since Ft. Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen was murdered, and the fight to pass legislation aimed at preventing future tragedies continues.
Veteran to Run 76 Miles in Honor of Vanessa Guillen
Petty Officer Tina Casanova, herself a victim of sexual abuse and harassment, will run from Ft. Sam Houston to Austin to encourage change in military culture.