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Baby left in closet, girl wandered Fort Worth parking lot while their mom went to work
Around 6 a.m. Friday, police receieved a call that the girl was in the parking lot alone without a coat, KXAS-TV (Channel 5)reported. The baby was found in the closet after police arrived and went to the girl's apartment.
Arkansas coach gets chance at revenge against LSU's Orgeron, who turned him down for a job
Morris was then the head coach at Stephenville High in Stephenville, Texas. He didn't get the job, which was coaching tight ends, as Orgeron instead moved Tony Huges from defensive backs coach to tight ends and hired John Thompson as defensive coordinator and secondary coach.
Midterm Election 2018 returns in Erath County
ERATH COUNTY (November 6, 2018) –It was a record turn out of a midterm election across the nation and Erath County was no different as county officials collected and counted hundreds of votes on everything from school board elections and bonds to city charter amendments, and, of course, the state an
Tarleton inducts three into university’s Rodeo Hall of Fame
STEPHENVILLE (November 5, 2018) —Tarleton State University’s Rodeo Hall of Fame celebrated the induction of three new members during its ninth annual steak dinner and auction Saturday, Nov. 3, in Stephenville.
'A void that will never be filled:' North Texas music teachers killed in crash
Jeremy Bowen, 28, had been making music at this church for more than a decade, first as a parishioner, then as the beloved pianist, organist and co-director of music. He was supposed to play piano this Sunday morning, but didn’t show up.
Kiddie-train owner accused of molesting 12 children killed by fellow inmate in Tarrant County Jail
Officials took Clinton Don Simpson, 76, to John Peter Smith Hospital, where he died of homicidal blunt force injuries to the head just after 3 a.m.Fellow inmate David Faustino Flores, 42, was charged with murder Wednesday, jail records show.Simpson faced 10 counts of aggravated sexual assault of a c
Fatigue caused crash that killed Granbury High instructor, Azle teacher, DPS reports
A Granbury High School choir director fell asleep or became tired and lostcontrol of his vehicleon Interstate 20 just west of Weatherford early Sunday, resulting in a wreck that claimed his life and that of his fiancee, according to a Texas Department of Public Safety investigation.
Election day continues: some Texas legislative candidates refusing to concede until every last vote counted
AUSTIN - On Wednesday, Dallas state Rep. Morgan Meyer, a Republican, tweeted that he was "honored and grateful" voters had decided to send him back to the Texas Legislature for another term in office.But his Democratic opponent in the race Joanna Cattanach isn't ready to concede in House District 10
High School Senior Wins North Texas School Board Race
“I really started thinking about is this something I can do? Can I legally run for this position because I’m so young?” said Willis.
Palo Pinto, Parker voters easily pass Tier II question; Mineral Wells goes all wet on liquor sales
In Palo Pinto County, where 9,407 ballots were cast for the Nov. 6 mid-term election, 75 percent of the 8,382 ballots in the Tier II proposition were in favor, with 25 percent opposed. The actual final, but unofficial, totals reported were 6,327-2,055.
Granbury high school senior elected to school board
GRANBURY, Texas — He may be 18 and still in high school, but Chris Willis was deemed ready to serve Tuesday by the people of Granbury.
Arkansas' Morris, LSU's Orgeron could have Teamed up at Ole Miss
"I recruited Jevan Snead, his quarterback," Orgeron said. "He was at Stephenville. I interviewed him at the Waffle House in Oxford. I ended up hiring Hugh Freeze instead. But I always had a good relationship with Coach Morris.
110 animals seized from Texas home in animal cruelty, child endangerment investigation
The SPCA of Texas and Van Zandt County Sheriff's Office seized 110 animals including 39 puppies, 35 dogs, 24 cats, 11 kittens and one horse Oct. 26 from a property near Canton after officials obtained warrants.
Community Heart Broken After Music Teachers Die In Car Crash
GRANBURY (CBSDFW.COM) –While playing the piano and organ, Jeremy Bowen dutifully followed the chosen traditional selections every Sunday at First Christian Church in Granbury. Then came the offertory, the time when one member said Bowen, got to play his rock and roll.
Texans move to No. 7 in AFCA national poll after ninth-straight win
Tarleton is coming off a dominant 59-3 showing against Lincoln (Mo.) in Stephenville Saturday afternoon that moved the Texans to 9-0 on the season. The Texans will close out the regular season at home Saturday at 2 p.m. against Western New Mexico. With a win, Tarleton can secure the second outright
Texas couple accused of buying $45G worth of rifles for someone in Mexico: report
Francisco Sevilla-Alvarez and his wife Perla Franco-Hernandez are accused of purchasing $45,000 worth of rifles and a silencer in October for an unidentified individual in Mexico, theFort Worth Star-Telegram reported.
My name? Some voters decline identifying themselves
“I even wore my red shirt to vote in,” said another lady, sporting a bright red, long-sleeved shirt adorned with an “I voted” sticker.
BBQ on the Brazos reopens today (Tuesday) | Hood County News- A twice-weekly newspaper serving Granbury and Hood County, Texas
Fans of BBQ on the Brazos have had to do without it since July, when owners John Sanford and Kathryn Warren vacated the space at Texaco Plaza in Cresson that they had occupied for five years over a lease dispute. The popular eatery, which has been featured in Texas Monthly, is reopening today (Tuesd
PCSO arrests Azle man for aggravated assault of mother
Parker County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a domestic disturbance Saturday morning, which resulted in the arrest of Randall Jordan Frazier, 29, on a charge of aggravated assault against his mother.
On the West Coast, election doesn't end on election night
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — The election often doesn't end on election night on the West Coast, where a majority of voters cast their ballots by mail or drop them off.