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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
Feed My Sheep Ministries provides Thanksgiving Meal for the Homeless Read Story Jasmin Caldwell

On Thanksgiving day, many organizations and volunteers did their part to make sure no family went hungry. Homeless people throughout Temple lined up at Feed My Sheep ministries for a warm meal.

We asked police and crime experts howa

Holiday season is in full swing. Before you head out and enjoy festivities, make sure you are taking precautions to keep your home safe while you're away.

Santa Claus is Comin' to Town

Santa Claus is coming back to the Temple Railroad and Heritage Museum on Saturday, December 2nd for the annual Santa at the Depot celebration. Santa will arrive by train at 10:00 a.m. and will be meeting with kids all day until 4:00 p.m. Each child that visits with Santa will receive a small gift, courtesy of BNSF Railway.

Crime 19 mins ago 11:19 a.m.VIDEO: Alleged mail thief takes toddler's Thanksgiving cards, woman says

A Temple woman warned consumers to be wary of mail theft in Central Texas, after she said a young woman was caught on camera stealing envelopes from her mailbox. Shannon Landry, who lives near the hospital, installed a Vivint Home Security system 3-4 months ago.

Two men arrested after shooting into Temple home Read Story Paul Livengood

Two men were arrested Saturday after shooting into a home located in the 2100 block of Marlandwood Road in Temple.Temple Police responded to a shots fired call around noon Saturday, and arrested one male adult and one male juvenile in connection to the shooting.

Crime 46 mins ago 1:47 p.m.Stranger brutally beats mother of three on street in Temple, police say

A woman was brutally attacked in the 400 block of North 10th Street in Temple early Thursday morning, according to police. Temple Police Officers were dispatched around 3 a.m. to Baylor Scott & White Hospital, where the woman was being treated for the assault.

Paramedic remains in critical care unit 3 months after crash

TEMPLE, Texas - A paramedic is still in a critical care unit more than three months after a car struck him and pinned him against an ambulance at a crash scene. KWTX.com reported that East Texas Medical Center paramedic Rory Barros, who was struck by a vehicle Aug. 19, continues to recover after undergoing 15 surgeries to repair fractures, leg burns and other injuries.

Authorities continue search for gun used in double-homicide

McLennan County Sheriff's Office investigators, Texas Department of Public Safety and Texas Game Wardens continued the search for a handgun Wednesday suspected to be used in the shooting deaths of a young mother and her baby daughter. Officials are searching for a .22-caliber revolver or any other kind of weapon that may have been used in the deaths of Valarie Martinez, 24, and her daughter, Azariah, 1, on or about Nov. 5, Sheriff Parnell McNamara said.

Christmas Parade Route Announced

The tradition continues as the Temple Christmas Parade returns to downtown on Monday, December 4th. Over 100 parade entries, including colorful floats, marching bands, and decorated rides, make their way through downtown Temple, each covered with hundreds of twinkling lights! Join your community and watch local businesses and dignitaries travel through downtown Temple in celebration of the Christmas season and also to welcome Santa Claus to town.

Military 32 mins ago 6:44 p.m.Government employees demand VA fill vacancies

Denise Jackson, Legislative Political Coordinator with AFGE Local 2109, said veterans are getting referred to outside providers because the VA does not have the resources. "We need continuity of care, we need our veterans served within our own system, and it works, if we only had enough staff, it would work better," she said.

Crime 14 mins ago 7:51 p.m.Copperas Cove Police investigating fatal homicide

A man died died in the hospital Nov. 10 after sustaining a gunshot wound on Nov. 9, according to Copperas Cove Police. The victim, Larry Anthony Quinn Thomas, was shot in the 300 block of Bonnie Lane in Copperas Cove, and was transported to Darnall Army Community Hospital by emergency first responders.

TxDOT offers explanation for photo that appears to show

Onlookers were apparently a little confused when they spotted construction workers in Central Texas hammering together a structure resembling a doghouse while standing in a stretch of unfinished road. "This is why the frontage road on General Bruce is taking forever!!! Anybody else need a doghouse," he said, sharing a photo of the workers on what appears to be South General Bruce Drive in Temple, roughly 150 miles north of San Antonio.

One note at a time, Temple girl inspires Read Story Kurtis Quillin

Her excitement on Friday builds alongside the rest of the town. But instead of the game, it's for the music at halftime.

Homelessness rises in Bell County,a

The next meal -- or even the place one may lay his or her head at night -- is a wavering uncertainty. "As a parent you, want the best for your children... but as soon as we find housing our life will be complete," Stacy Jones, a homeless mother of four children, said.

Northbound exit ramp on I-35 to close due to construction

On Nov. 11 at 9 p.m. the existing I-35 northbound exit ramp to Central Ave./Adams Ave./Downtown Temple will close for reconstruction, as part of the ongoing rebuilding and expansion of I-35 through Temple. To access Central Ave./Adams Ave./Downtown, traffic will be directed by signs to take Exit #300/Ave.

Verify 14 mins ago 2:09 p.m.VERIFY: Did construction workers build a doghouse instead of a road?

A Temple man posted a photo on Facebook Thursday, suggesting construction delays near General Bruce Drive in Temple were caused by construction workers building a dog house instead of working on the road. The post said "This is why the frontage road on General Bruce is taking forever!!! Anybody else need a doghouse."

TxDOT closing busy Temple exita

TxDOT plans to shut down the north I-35 exit at West Adams Avenue Saturday night, and the closure will last at least a year. The department will shut down exit 301 on North I-35 Saturday, Nov. 11, at 9 p.m. Drivers looking to get to West Adams Avenue from North I-35 will have to use exit 300 and stay on the access road.

McLane promotes SVP of sales

Vito Maurici has been promoted to senior vice president of sales and will be responsible for all aspects of national sales at Temple, Texas-based supply chain services firm McLane Co. Inc. Maurici, who joined the company in June 2016 as vice president of sales for the convenience, military and travel business, now is responsible for additional trade areas including mass market retailers, drug stores, club stores and supermarkets.

Crime 12 mins ago 10:39 a.m.Female shot dead in Temple, suspect sought by police

Law enforcement officers were putting on tactical gear Wednesday morning, as they searched for the suspect who killed a person near Jackson Park. Police had blocked off parts of 2nd, 4th, 6th, and 8th Streets near Jackson Park, as part of their search for the shooter, according to law enforcement officials.

Temple Christmas Parade Application Deadline Approaching

The City of Temple is pleased to announce that applications for this year's Christmas Parade, scheduled for Monday evening, December 4th, 2017, are now available online at TempleParks.com. This year's parade theme is: Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree and the deadline to submit parade applications is Friday, November 17th at 5:00 p.m. All civic organizations, clubs, schools, and businesses are welcome to participate.

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