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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
Transcontinental Art Fair Returns to Temple this Weekend

The 2nd Annual Temple Transcontinental Art Fair will be held at the Mayborn Convention Center this weekend. Art lovers will find a great mix of original oil and acrylic paintings, prints, photography, mixed media, woodcrafts, jewelry, leather goods, and more! Nationally recognized artists from all around Texas will be on site selling their works.

Open Mic Poetry Night

Discover Downtown Temple and Central Texas School for the Performing Arts invite the public to a monthly Open Mic Poetry Night hosted at J Kowboy Wine Bar, 13 E. Avenue B. in Downtown Temple. This month's event will take place on Wednesday, August 30th at 8:00 p.m. Poetry Night is free to the public, but drinks are purchased on your own.

New sculptures, food truck pavillion coming to Temple Read Story Jigar Bhakta

A staple in the Central Texas community is once again giving back to our area in a way everyone can enjoy. Drayton McLane Jr. is installing four sculptures at his Temple office campus and one of those sculptures will be the tallest stainless steel sculptures in Texas.

Killeen's longtime ballet school reopens with program in Temple Read Story Stephen Adams

The program will be called the Classical Ballet Conservatory, and it will continue to offer dance training based on the Russian classical ballet style from a new location at Lisa's Dance Connection on Cottonwood Lane in Temple. The original Newcomb School of Ballet had served Killeen since 1958 -- closing in 2016, after its owner Renee Gillenwater died in June 2015.

Jury takes only minutes to find baby sex assault suspect guilty of murder Read Story Stephen Adams

A Bell County jury deliberated for a mere 15-30 minutes before rendering a guilty verdict for the Temple man accused in the 2015 sexual assault of an 11-month-old, who ultimately died of her injuries, according to Bell County District Attorney Henry Garza.

Belton ISD needs community input on new high school Read Story Brandon Gray

Belton Independent School District is seeking the community's input on the new high school the city is planning to open. Voters approved a $149.7 million bond in May for a new elementary school and high school to be built in west Temple.

Education 33 mins ago 12:43 p.m.Temple performing arts school closes six months after opening

Barely six months after its grand opening in Temple, the Central Texas School for the Performing Arts announced Wednesday it would immediately close its scholarship-based school. Founder and Director Daniel Bodhi Chapin cited financial issues and visionary differences as the main causes of the closure announcement.

Consumer 21 mins ago 8:07 p.m.Shipt delivers H-E-B groceries to homes in Temple and Killeen

A subscription-based grocery delivery service launched in Temple and Killeen Tuesday and promises to bring H-E-B purchases directly to front doors in Central Texas. Shipt , which first opened in Alabama in 2014, uses a mobile app to connect its users with fresh groceries delivered by its paid shoppers.

New Hope for Children Who Nearly Drown

Conrad was 17 months old when Dave, his grandfather, was babysitting him at their home in Temple, Texas. The two had been playing in the pool and went inside for a break.

Traffic 7 mins ago 5:45 a.m.More lane closures on I-35 scheduled in Temple

All southbound lanes will close at Nugent Ave. from 7 p.m. Monday to 7 a.m. Tuesday.

Fugitive wanted for multiple crimes in Bell County apprehended Read Story Jim Hice

Gregory Cargile, 38, was arrested Thursday evening following a lengthy vehicle pursuit with Bell County Sheriff Department deputies, according to Maj. T.J. Cruz from the Bell County Sheriff Department.

Victim in Temple homicide identified, 15-year-old in custody for murder

Officers responded to the 2200 Block of E. Young Avenue at 6 p.m. Mitchell's wife had come home and discovered him deceased. At 10:03 p.m. Wednesday night, officers were pursuing a suspect vehicle driving east bound on Hwy 53 before losing sight of the vehicle.

Mothers' Milk Bank thriving at Scott and White Medical Center in Temple

Scott and White Medical Center is seeing its new milk depot, serviced by the Mothers' Milk Bank in Austin, thrive and support families in need. The convenient drop-off location is giving lactating mothers the chance to respond to the demand for human donor milk in hospital neonatal intensive care units.

Car sought in Temple homicide investigation found Read Story Brandon Gray

The car Temple police identified in murder investigation crashed Wednesday night at the intersection of Highway 53 and Seaton Road east of Temple. Police currently have the vehicle in custody.

Senior volunteer mends clothes of CTX veterans

Seiko Fojtasek studied sewing in Japan for three years... and now she's come full circle volunteering that very skill to serve those who served our country. Fojtasek has been a volunteer at the Temple VA for over 20 years and has donated over 2,700 hours of her own time helping fix the clothes of veterans.

Parks & Recreation Seeks Information Leading to Return of Stolen Statue

Temple Parks & Recreation is seeking information leading to the return of a statue stolen from Oak Creek Park in Temple. Known as the Pig Family , a bronze statue depicting three little pigs, the largest of which was taken from the park sometime before Friday, July 28th.

First Friday returns to downtown Temple

Join the City of Temple and Discover Downtown on Aug. 4 for street music, performances, food, drinks and a little after hours shopping.

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