Adam Schindler, KXXV News Channel 25

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KXXV News Channel 25

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Recent articles by Adam:

Faces of Fort Hood: Willie Keller

Most veterans are familiar with the VFW — and many Central Texans are a member of one. But, did you know there's one located on Fort Hood? → Read More

Allergy sufferers will be struggling for weeks to come

If you have been suffering from allergies lately, you're not alone and it might last for a while. → Read More

Faces of Fort Hood: Shirley Mathews

Many veterans find a way to serve their community after they'd spent years serving their country. → Read More

Vietnam era Veterans remember getting the news of MLK's death

As the nation celebrates the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., many are remembering where they were when they heard the news of his untimely death. → Read More

Killeen convenience store spreading the word after being robbed by scam call

Andrew Butler was working his normal overnight shift at Mickey’s 14 in Killeen when he answered a call just before 2am. → Read More

Fort Hood soldiers honored by Lampasas mayor for their community outreach

A big part of being stationed at Fort Hood is being part of the community and soldiers with the 20th Engineer Battalion’s 937th Clearance Company are taking that mission seriously. → Read More

Vietnam veteran formally awarded Purple Heart & Bronze Star 50 years after earning them

Fifty years. That’s how long retired Staff Sergeant John Footman waited to have the Purple Heart and Bronze Star for Valor he earned in Vietnam, formally pinned to his uniform. → Read More

Faces of Fort Hood: SGT Cinthia Ramirez

Until recent years female service members weren’t allowed to serve in combat roles, but things have changed. → Read More

Veteran based nonprofit in Killeen needs community's help to keep operating

Killeen-based nonprofit Operation Phantom Support is close to closing its doors for good - here's how you can help. → Read More

Armored brigade from Fort Hood heading to Europe to assist NATO allies

The U.S Army is full of tradition and ceremony, but some ceremonies carry a heavy load like the casing of unit colors. → Read More

Experts say it's a good time to buy a house in Central Texas

If you have looked into buying a home in Central Texas lately, you may have noticed interest rates are sky high. → Read More

Faces of Fort Hood: Dorothea Goodson

Members of the military join to serve their country and for some that call to service doesn’t end when the uniform comes off. → Read More

Central Texans prioritizing family time for the new year

With a new year upon us, some Central Texans are planning to spend a lot more time on what they say is the most important thing in life, family. → Read More

Faces of Fort Hood: Timothy Ferch

Millions of people have served in the U.S. Army and many of them right here at Fort Hood. Soldiers like Timothy Ferch, a combat veteran who spent 20 years in the Army. → Read More

Elementary students in Killeen get free haircuts for the holidays

We all want to look our best for the holidays and students from O G’s School of Hair Design are making that possible for kiddos at Ira Cross Jr. Elementary School in Killeen. → Read More

Faces of Fort Hood: SPC Xavier Gonzalez

Soldiers from Fort Hood have been deploying to Europe more often since Russia invaded Ukraine. Soldiers like SPC Gonzalez, soldier in the 1st Cavalry Division’s 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team. → Read More

Realty group hands out over 1,100 presents to Killeen Elementary students

Nothing says Christmas like a kid opening presents -- and that's exactly what happened at a school in Killeen. → Read More

EXCLUSIVE: 911 dispatchers on Fort Hood share their experience on the job

None of us want to call 911 but we’re happy they are there to answer the phone and it’s the same for the thousands of people who work and live on Fort Hood. → Read More

USO names Fort Hood soldier as Army Service Member of The Year

Everyday U.S. service members do extraordinary things to defend the nation and once a year the USO honors one of them from each branch of the military. → Read More

Copperas Cove Education Foundation surprises teachers with grants

Nearly $44,000, that’s the amount of grant money Copperas Cove Education foundation was able to surprise their educators with this year, something teachers were not expecting. → Read More