Maggie Lohmiller, KXXV News Channel 25

Maggie Lohmiller

KXXV News Channel 25

Springfield, MA, United States

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Past articles by Maggie:

Schools, universities take precautions in wake of coronavirus outbreak

As global concerns surrounding the coronavirus continue, schools are taking steps to keep schools safe from communicable diseases. Waco, Killeen, and Temple are among the many districts rolling out plans to stop the spread of illness. . → Read More

CTX Boy Scout troop leadership reacts to national bankruptcy filing

After hundreds of sex-abuse lawsuits were lodged against the Boy Scouts of America, the organization filed for bankruptcy protection Tuesday in hopes of working out a victim compensation plan that will allow the 110-year-old organization to carry on. → Read More

Mayor addresses lack of regulations for convicted sex offenders in Temple

The city of Temple’s lax regulations on where some registered sex offenders can live have many citizens speaking out. → Read More

Trade deal aims to boost business for Central Texas farmers

The ink is dry on the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement. Supporters say could boost the Central Texas economy and grow the GDP. → Read More

Central Texas first responders in high demand

There is a demand for more first responders nationwide. Opportunities for those called to protect and serve are sprouting up across Central Texas. This is especially true for places experiencing a population boom. → Read More

Tax filing begins next week: what you need to know before you file

While there are few guarantees in life, taxes are one of them. As Americans prepare to tackle their taxes this year, there are some changes that are coming down the pike. → Read More

Truck, tools stolen from Killeen farm

A Killeen farm was targeted by thieves who stole a truck and thousands of dollars in tools last month. → Read More

Contaminated materials pose hazard at Fort Hood Recycling Plant

Contaminated materials at the Fort Hood Recycling plant is posing a hazard. → Read More

Overwhelming support for man making canes for disabled vets

A Copperas Cove man is using recycled Christmas trees to make canes for disabled veterans. Jamie Willis asked for old Christmas trees that would otherwise be discarded to help him in his mission. → Read More

Salado family rescues woman trapped in burning car

A quick-thinking family in Salado rescued a woman trapped inside a burning car after a crash. → Read More

Memorial planned for murder victim

The family of a man who was brutally murdered in Belton is planning a memorial barbecue for the anniversary of his death. → Read More

Experts breakdown ballot propositions for upcoming election

Texans will see ten propositions on their ballot in the upcoming November election. Before you head to the polls, voters are urged to give careful consideration to the matters that face our state. → Read More

Senator Ted Cruz continues state tour with stop in Waco

Senator Ted Cruz continued his tour with a stop in two Central Texas cities. → Read More

Insulin costs back in spotlight after man dies switching to cheaper drug

Crippling insulin costs are moving back into the spotlight after a Virginia man lost his life after switching to a cheaper form of the drug. → Read More

CTX shoppers save during tax-free weekend

Many Texans are taking advantage of the 2019 tax-free weekend. → Read More

Soldier with Killeen ties saves children in El Paso Walmart shooting

A soldier, who grew up in Killeen, is hailed a hero after saving children when an active shooter situation unfolded in an El Paso Walmart. Army Private First Class Glendon Oakley Jr. was shopping when it happened. → Read More

Reopened homeless shelter says there is a plan to keep facility open

The Friends in Crisis homeless shelter reopened its doors on Friday following a funding shortfall in May. The Killeen shelter says that they have a comprehensive plan to secure funding to keep the facility open in the future. → Read More

Facebook, Instagram launch new restrictions for alcohol and nicotine companies

Facebook and Instagram unveiled a new policy to restrict sales and limit content related to alcohol, tobacco products and e-cigarettes. → Read More

State agency explains funding strategy for unaccompanied veteran burials

For the past four years, The Texas Veterans Land Board has held burial services for those veterans who have no known next of kin. The program ensures that while these veterans are laid to rest unaccompanied, they are far from alone. → Read More

Sarcoma survivor pushes for greater awareness

A Temple teen who fought an aggressive cancer is speaking out to help spread awareness about sarcoma. Abigail Skinner was diagnosed with ewing’s-like sarcoma. It is a rare form of the disease that is found in less than 225 children per year. → Read More