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Expect traffic delays on A6

*** TRAFFIC ADVISORY ***

K-Town cow corralled after weeks on the lam

KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany – The four-legged fugitive that gave police and bounty hunters the udder slip for nearly four weeks was captured early...

Streets blocked in Kaiserslautern this week

Construction crews are continuing to make repairs to the pavement on roadways throughout Kaiserslautern this week.  

Plan ahead for A6 closure in Kaiserslautern this weekend

Heads up, KMC! Plan ahead to avoid heavy traffic on and around the A6 this weekend.

A military spouse picks canned goods being given away at the Airman’s Attic at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, June 24, 2016. The services of the Airman’s Attic are available to active-duty military personnel E-5 and below and their families. (U.S. Air Force Photo/ Airman 1st Class Joshua Magbanua)

Airman's Attic gives back to community

RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany -- Clothes hang on racks waiting to be donned while shoes sit on the shelves ready for a new pair of feet to walk in...

Road closed sign.

Ramstein construction advisory

From 9 a.m. on Friday, June 24 until approximately 8 p.m.

Traffic route changes on Pulaski Barracks

From June 21 through July 7 (estimated), the Pulaski main gate will be closed for exiting traffic.

Photo of runners running.

Police to block off downtown Kaiserslautern for run

KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany — Several streets in downtown Kaiserslautern will be closed on Wednesday due to the annual Firmenlauf, or Company Run.

Large protest planned outside Ramstein AB

Kaiserslautern Military Community residents and visitors should take note of a large demonstration that is planned this weekend between June 10-12...

Retired Chief Master Sgt. Kenneth Andrews speaks with Airman 1st Class Paige Goulette, an air traffic control apprentice, inside a simulator at the air traffic control tower on Ramstein Air Base, Germany, May 24, 2016. Andrews visited the tower to speak with the Airman on duty and share his experiences as a former air traffic controller during his 30-year Air Force career. Andrews entered the service in 1947, the same year it became an independent service. (U.S. Air Force photo/1st Lt. Clay Lancaster)

Air Force trailblazer returns to Ramstein after 54 years

RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany (AFNS) -- It doesn’t happen often but occasionally Airmen get the opportunity to meet an Airman who, in 1947, was there...

5 new German laws in 2017

As we get ready to usher in 2017, it’s good to know about new laws in Germany that will take effect in the new year.

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