Erin Heft, KXXV News Channel 25

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KXXV News Channel 25

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Past articles by Erin:

Vendors needed for Temple community support event

A large event schedule for late June needs community support now. → Read More

Supply chain breakdown creates issues for florists near Mother's day

With not only Mother's Day, but nurses and teachers appreciation week, not to mention a booming post-covid spring wedding season, flowers are in short supply. → Read More

"Vote for Lukas": Midway 3rd grader selected as one of six contest winners, brings prize to his elementary school

Central Texas has a very special student in the running to bring a massive cash prize to his school and all his fellow students. → Read More

Gatesville community supporting local business owner stuck in the hospital without a diagnosis

"This woman can't get the help she needs where she is and she needs to live her life. Five months without being able to function is not okay when you live in a community as supportive as this community," said Blayr Barnard, who started a GoFundMe. → Read More

Suspect indicted for teen's 2019 murder bonds out of jail

The victim's family says they feel this bond reduction is not only an injustice to their son but a danger to our community. → Read More

Be the Match: 4-month-old in need of stem cell transplant

Born with a rare genetic disease, four-month-old Noah Ansari needs a donor. → Read More

Scottish cyclist has world record breaking year following Central Texas wreck

On Dec 21. 2019, Scottish cyclist Josh Quigley was just miles away from finishing his goal of cycling around the world. In a tragic turn however, Quigley was struck by a car going 70 mph on HWY 36 in Temple, TX. → Read More

'Unheard' A former soldier describes alleged sexual assault firsthand

Stories of sexual harassment and assault, now coming to light after the firing and suspension of 14 leaders on Fort Hood, a story firsthand from inside the Army from an alleged sexual assault victim. → Read More

New family-run dairy, cruelty-free cookie company comes to Temple

A new cookie store is serving unique, out of this world creations in Temple! → Read More

Austin's police defunding could spread crime among Central Texas, warns TMPA

Two controversial billboards along I-35 have left many people talking and the Texas Municipal Police Association warning local Texans that crime could spread in all directions. → Read More

The Big Binky Foundation's 10th annual school supply drive happening soon

Giving back one student at a time, local artist Big Binky and his team are holding the 10th annual Big Binky School Supply Drive. → Read More

Baylor Scott & White set to demolish historical Hillcrest Hospital

After years of deliberation, Waco's most arguably historical hospital, Hillcrest Herrying Campus, is set for demolition. → Read More

Doctors say insurance companies are cutting telehealth mental health coverage in Texas

Growing concerns from mental health professionals are amplifying, as insurances coverage in the state of Texas prepares to no longer cover telehealth mental health counseling. → Read More

What 'defunding' police departments could actually do, experts weigh in

Many across the nation are calling for change in the form of defunding police departments. → Read More

Rebates, refunds and discounts are coming for many auto policy holders

Many auto insurance companies are offering money back, or discounts due to less wrecks. → Read More

Whats in the Heroes Act and what it could mean for you if passed

A second round of stimulus checks might be in the works under the new HEROES Act → Read More

Party production company starts 'lawn fairies' to keep the party going amid COVID-19

Bringing joy to the community for over 30 years, Pendley Party Productions, like many other event businesses were hit hard by the pandemic. → Read More

McGregor bakery works around the clock for Mothers Day

Bakeries are brimming with business as the first major holiday rolls in after major pandemic shutdowns are lifted. → Read More

Experts weigh in on prioritizing bills with little to no income

Without a paycheck many are navigating their bills with limited funds. → Read More

Pandemic stress can be triggering for people copping with eating disorders, experts say

Experts estimate over 30,000 people cope with eating disorders across the United States, something not often discusses though is that someone dies ever 62 minutes from an eating disorder. → Read More