Female Soldier Found Dead at Fort Hood; Army Investigating
The U.S. military is investigating the death of a soldier at a Texas Army post that in recent years has struggled with homicide, suicide and sexual assault among its troops.
Texas Woman Who Helped Hide Slain Soldier Vanessa Guillen's Body Pleads Guilty
The only suspect arrested in the 2020 killing of soldier Vanessa Guillén at a Texas military base has plead guilty to four charges and is awaiting sentencing.
Fort Hood's Planned Renaming Divides Its Texas Hometown
Killeen, the army town married to nearby Fort Hood, is divided over the post’s renaming with supporters saying it’s about time and critics saying it’s an example of “cancel culture.”
Slain Soldier Vanessa Guillén Has Highway Renamed in Her Honor
Guillén’s murder led to widescale changes to protect victims of sexual violence in the military.
US Changing Name of Fort Hood to Honor Hispanic General
U.S. Army base Fort Hood, named for a Confederate major general who led troops into battle against the United States during the Civil War, will be renamed for a Latino postwar four-star Army general. The new name will honor Gen. Richard Cavazos, who is noted for his leadership during the Korean War, when he earned the Silver Star and Distinguished...
Missing Fort Hood Soldier Found, Is With Extended Family, Officials Say
Army officials said in a statement Sunday night that Jennifer Sewell, a soldier on the Texas base who was missing, has been located and is safe.
Fort Hood Launches Effort to Address Sexual Assault, Suicide
U.S. Army officials have unveiled a new resource and training center at Fort Hood that aims to create a more supportive culture following reports of murder, suicide and sexual assault at the embattled Texas military installation.