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Granbury High instructor was intoxicated in fatal Parker County crash, report says
A popular Granbury High School choir director killed along with his girlfriend in a traffic crash near Weatherford in November was intoxicated, according to officials with the Tarrant County medical examiner’s office.
Woman falls out pickup truck bed, dies on North Texas freeway
FORT WORTH, Texas - A woman was killed on Interstate 35 in Fort Worth after falling out the bed of a pickup truck. The accident happened around 11:45 p.m. Thursday on the freeway just south of Interstate 30.
WC breaks spring enrollment record
Weatherford College has broken the record for spring enrollment at their main campus and other locations in Wise County, Mineral Wells and Granbury. The news was announced during the board of trustees meeting Thursday in the Doss Student Center’s Allene Strain Community Room.
Central Texas sheriff named in suit alleging sexual assault
WACO, Texas (KWTX) A lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Waco against Falls County Sheriff Ricky Scaman alleges that a former sheriff’s office employee was sexually assaulted more than 20 times and subjected to an “intolerable work environment.” The suit seeks unspecified actual, compensatory, p
Texas 14-Year-Old Was Fatally Stabbed by Friend, Who Said Victim 'Was Like a Sister to Me'
A Texas teenager was convicted Thursday of fatally stabbing her 14-year-old friend in 2018, when the suspect was 13, PEOPLE confirms. A Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office spokeswoman tells PEOPLE that the killer, now 14, was found guilty of delinquent conduct in juvenile court, which is equiv
Jerry Durant sells Toyota dealerships in Weatherford, Granbury
Jerry Durant has sold Durant Toyota of Weatherford and Jerry Durant Toyota of Granbury to Shottenkirk Automotive Group. "I will miss working with the talented staff at Durant Toyota and Jerry Durant Toyota, but I am looking forward to a little less stress and a little more time at the beach,” said J
Migrants brave the Rio Grande, looking toward Eagle Pass, Texas
Having traveled more than a thousand miles, the immigrants in Piedras Negras, Mexico -- mostly from Honduras -- come to this: the banks of the Rio Grande River. Just beyond is Eagle Pass, Texas, and the broader U.S.
Shottenkirk Automotive Group in the Midwest moves into Texas with acquisition of two Toyota dealerships
The Shottenkirk Automotive Group, with 15 dealerships in five states in the Midwest, has entered the Texas market with the acquisition of Jerry Durant Toyota in Granbury, TX and Durant Toyota in Weatherford, TX from Jerry Durant.
Texas Nurse Accused of Killing Up to 60 Children Found Competent to Stand Trial
BEXAR COUNTY (NBC News) - A Texas judge has determined a former nurse, accused of killing as many as 60 children, is competent to stand trial. The ruling came down Thursday in the murder case of 68-year-old Genene Jones following a psychological evaluation.
Texas license plates, golfball-size hail and more from Curious Texas this week
Happy Friday, Curious Texans! We answered three of your questions this week. Here's what we found:. 1. What happened to Vickery Park, an amusement park in Northeast Dallas? Vickery Park was located at 7400 Greenville Ave., near Walnut Hill Lane. It opened in the 1940s, around the time the small town
North Texas Man Arrested 2nd Time For Exposing Himself To A Child
COPPELL, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Out on bond for allegedly exposing himself to a child last year in Duncanville, Courtney Poole, 34, has been arrested for the same crime, this time in Coppell.
Texas Freedom Caucus Selects New Leadership
AUSTIN, Texas – Members of the Texas Freedom Caucus met Monday to elect those who will serve on the executive committee during the biennium. State Rep. Mike Lang (R-Granbury) will serve as chairman. State Rep. Bill Zedler (R-Arlington) will serve as vice-chair, and State Rep. Mayes Middleton (R-Wall
These are some of the wackiest laws in Texas
HOUSTON — We all know Texans love the Lone Star State - our legacy, our lands, even our laws - no matter how bizarre they may be. There are odd ones out there, some of them are still alive today.
East Texas-based seafood chain closes its second Fort Worth location in four months
FORT WORTH — The Catch, a Tyler-based seafood chain that entered the North Texas market with a Burleson location in 2016, and then quickly added locations in Arlington and Fort Worth ... is no longer in Fort Worth.
Three found shot to death inside Texas home
PEARLAND, Texas (KWTX) Police were investigating Thursday after officers found three people shot to death inside a home in Pearland. Officers made the grim discovery after responding just before 10:30 p.m. Wednesday to a report of a shooting at a residence in the 2000 block of Creek Run Drive as Cas
4 celebrities you may not know spent time in Cypress, Texas
CYPRESS, Texas (KTRK) -- Cypress, Texas isn't just a great place to live. Apparently, it's a great place to grow talent.
Kaepernick, Eric Reid Settle Collusion Grievances With NFL
With a public hearing looming and the threat of owners and league officials facing depositions, the NFL settled collusion cases brought by Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid. The league, about to celebrate its 100th season, faced criticism from all sides thanks to the protest movement started by Kaepern
Murderer gets 46 years in prison for shooting black Fort Worth man after racist tirade
A jury sentenced a Benbrook man Friday to 46 years in prison for fatally shooting the roommate of his stepdaughter's ex-boyfriend after a racist tirade on Labor Day 2017. Kevin Ashley Parnell, 39, was convicted of murder and evidence tampering for shooting 28-year-old Sammie Dewayne Jones in the fac
Man Sentenced 50 Years for Continuous Child Sex Abuse Tried to Have Victim Killed, DA Says
A Crowley man is headed to jail for 50 years after prosecutors say he sexually abused an 11-year-old girl for a year and then tried to have her killed to prevent the case from coming to trial.
How the government abused eminent domain the last time it built a border fence in Texas
Once again, the Rio Grande Valley is seeing the signs that more border fencing is coming: construction equipment gathering near the Rio Grande, brush being cleared, residents receiving letters from the government asking to survey their property and possibly claim some of it through eminent domain. T