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The city of Temple, Texas is located in central Texas, 65 miles north of Austin and 34 miles south of Waco. The city has been called the "Wildflower Capital of Texas." In 1881, Temple was founded as a railroad town and named after Bernard Moore Temple, a civil engineer and former surveyor with the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railroad Company that established the town. It was nicknamed by locals as "Tanglefoot" because the combination of muddy streets and liquor made walking a challenge for residents.

Population: 54514
Local Newspapers: Temple Daily Telegram
Local Sports Teams: Dallas Burn Dallas Cowboys Dallas Mavericks Dallas Stars
Local Colleges: Temple College Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine

Zip Codes associated with temple, texas: 76501 76502 76504
Towns/Cities near temple, texas : Troy Belton Nolanville Harker Hieghts Salado Moody Marlin Cameron

Temple News
Crime 12 mins ago 4:42 p.m.Man calls 911 after shooting woman at residence in Harker Heights

A man shot a woman around 1:55 p.m. Thursday at a residence in the 1400 block of Loblolly Drive in Harker Heights, according to police. When first responders arrived, they found the female victim with a single gunshot wound in her torso, according to Harker Heights Police Sgt.

Crime 13 mins ago 9:52 a.m.Temple Police respond to shooting and standoff near church in Temple

Police responded to a shooting and standoff Thursday morning near the intersection of South 9th Street and West Avenue H in Temple. Temple Police said they received a call about a man with a knife around 9 a.m. Officers responded and cordoned off a large perimeter.

Injured paramedic still in ICU after 8 surgeries

Rory Barros, who was struck by an alleged drunk driver while responding to a call, most recently had a surgery to continue to clean out deep wounds TEMPLE, Texas - A paramedic who was struck by an alleged drunk driver in August remains in intensive care after having eight surgeries. KWTX reported that Waco paramedic Rory Barros' latest surgery was to continue to clean out deep wounds from the incident, according to his wife, Amy Barros.


Christ Episcopal Church in Temple kicked off their second year of the "Music to Help Others" concert series geared toward raising money for non-profit organizations. "Each organization is stretching themselves thin to reach out to people and help with the demand so each time we have one of these we bring a different person to the table, a different organization, to tell us what they are doing and how we can be a part of it."

A Texas-based hog-hunting company donated its time and resources to help hurricane victims.

Before: Port O-Connor, the Bayucos Island, Blackberry Island and Dewberry Island in Corpus Christi, where Hurricane Harvey first hit. Before: Port O-Connor, the Bayucos Island, Blackberry Island and Dewberry Island in Corpus Christi, where Hurricane Harvey first hit.

Temple police search for persons of interest for stolen Academy softball championship rings

The booster club posted on twitter that the ring ceremony that was scheduled for Sept. 8 has been postponed due to this theft.

Residents ask for confederate statue in Bell County to be relocated

Confederate monuments and what they represent has become a polarizing issue in the country, following the violent protests in Charlottesville, Virginia. Now a monument in central Texas has become the focus of controversy as well.

Deputies say two broke into hunting cabins

Deputies with the McMullen County Sheriff's Office continue their investigation into two burglaries after various stolen items were recovered and two men being arrested. According to sheriff's Investigator Rick Gutierrez, 28-year-old Justin Morris of Temple and 40-year-old Michael Troy Bellfield of Belton have been charged with theft of a firearm.

Sheriff's office warns about active warrant scam in the area

Bell County Sheriff's Department's Dispatch and Warrants Division said the department received three calls from local doctors in reference to verifying active warrants. The conversations revealed that each doctor received calls from a person who identified himself as a deputy with the Bell County Sheriff's Department.

Temple furniture store catches fire, flames shoot out roof Read Story Stephen Adams

Flames could reportedly be seen from the roof of the three-story brick structure when first responders were dispatched at 10:19 p.m., according to Temple Fire and Rescue Spokesperson Thomas Pechal. The fire was under control by 10:35 p.m. Pechal said an aerial ladder was used to reach the roof, which allowed fire crews to put out the flames.

Crime 29 mins ago 4:02 p.m.Temple PD: Man may be impersonating police officer to rob people

A man in Temple may be impersonating a law enforcement officer in order to rob people, according to Temple Police. Police responded to a robbery at the intersection of S. 21st Street and W. Adams Avenue.

Temple dedicates field to 'Mean Joe' Greene Read Story Kurtis Quillin

The city dedicated the field to Charles Edward "Mean Joe" Greene near Wilson Park on Saturday. Greene is an honorary graduate of the 1965 class of Temple's Dunbar High School and a pro football Hall of Famer.

Waco's El Chico closes to make room for I-35 widening

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Hurricane-Central 10 mins ago 8:16 p.m.CHS crews return after helping Harvey victims

More than a dozen CHS MedCenter Air crew members are safe and back in Charlotte after spending nearly a week helping patients in Texas. The 16 crew members -- including eight pilots and eight medical staff -- flew to Temple, Texas after receiving a call for assistance from FEMA.

Five-vehicle crash halts I-35 traffic Read Story Paul Livengood

Temple police officers and firefighters responded to a five-vehicle car accident, with one person pinned and conscious, on southbound Interstate 35 near Industrial Boulevard late Sunday evening. The pinned individual was extricated and transported to Baylor Scott & White Hospital in Temple, according to the Temple Fire Department.

Harvey 15 mins ago 11:17 p.m.Harvey evacuee gives birth to baby boy

Janie Franklin lost her home and her possessions when catastrophic flooding hit southeast Texas, but when she set out to Temple, it was for more than just dry ground. "We're just going day by day right now," Franklin said.

Dedication Ceremony Set for Temple's "Mean Joe" Greene Community Football Field

A formal dedication ceremony for the new "Mean Joe" Greene Community Football Field will take place at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 9th. The ceremony will be conducted at the field located near the intersection of East Avenue H and South 34th Street.

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