Adam Schindler, KXXV News Channel 25

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Past articles by Adam:

Killeen airport rebranding as Fort Hood set for name change

Folks in Bell County have known for a while now that Fort Hood is going to be changing its name but their not the only ones. → Read More

Faces of Fort Hood: SFC Kenneth Broadnax

Set to retire after decades of service, he has never forgotten why he joined in 1987 after growing up in Los Angeles. → Read More

Temple Fire Department says they're ready if a train derails in Central Texas

Train and railroad safety has been on the minds of many Texans after multiple derailments took place in Ohio recently, but the question of if Central Texas is safe still remains for some residents. → Read More

EXCLUSIVE: 1st CAV leader leaves to help Army recruiting efforts

Anyone near Fort Hood Tuesday, might have heard the cannons signaling the departure of Command Sergeant Major Shade Munday. → Read More

Auto thefts on the rise in Central Texas

A recent study by QuoteWizard found that auto thefts are up 15 percent across the state of Texas. Depending on what city you're looking at, that number can is much higher than that. → Read More

Killeen City Council to consider ordinance allowing backyard chicken coops inside city limits

For months, people living within the Killeen city limits have been pushing for the council to change an ordinance so they can raise chickens in their backyards. → Read More

Faces of Fort Hood: MAJ Tim Watts

Military service isn’t always about going to war. Sometimes, it’s about connecting with the community you serve. → Read More

Faces of Fort Hood: Frantzy Mesadieu

Opportunity and success is why many people immigrate to the U.S. and some of them even choose to serve in the Armed Forces. → Read More

Faces of Fort Hood: Marta Rivera

Military service often comes with a sense of duty to your community that lasts a lifetime. That is exactly how it is for Marta Rivera. → Read More

Employees sleeping at Killeen store to keep it open during ice storm

Ice storms usually come with dangerous roads and most stores are either closed or too far to safely get to. → Read More

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