Cedar Hill Man Imprisoned In Nebraska For Brutal BeatingA 22-year-old Texas man has been imprisoned in Nebraska for a brutal beating.
Cedar Hill Woman Pleads Guilty To $1.6M Medicaid FraudA Dallas-area woman has pleaded guilty in a $1.6 million Medicaid scam over false claims using the names of legitimate counselors.
Cedar Hill Charity Is Back In The Saddle After Thieves StrikeThieves may have taken their horse riding equipment but not their spirit, and certainly not the sense of community in Cedar Hill.
Horse Equipment Stolen From DFW CharityThe plans for a local charity to help out kids this weekend, and in the future, have been ruined after thieves stole thousands of dollars worth of equipment. But an anonymous donor has come to the rescue.
Cedar Hill High Football Coach Arrested For DWICedar Hill ISD confirms head football coach for Cedar Hill High School, Joey McGuire, has been arrested on DWI charges.
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North Texas Firefighters Rebuild Retired Fireman's HomeCedar Hill firefighters are giving back to a man who dedicated his career to public service.
City Makes Multi-Million $ Water Conservation Investment The city of Cedar Hill is making a $9 million investment in water conservation: while also cutting down on theft.
Cedar Hill Police Search For Missing WomanCedar Hill Police are searching for 23-year-old resident Karen Harris, who was last seen walking away from work in Lancaster on Monday.
New Cedar Hill 'Collegiate Pathway' Schools Encourage Higher EducationStarting in the fall of 2015, Cedar Hill ISD will open what they’re calling ‘Collegiate Pathway’ schools that will begin with Pre-K.
Residents Near Joe Pool Lake Say Wild Animal Sightings Are CommonFolks near Joe Pool Lake are reporting more and more bobcat and coyote sightings. One pet owner said the animals said the animals are being displaced. “They're coming around because they're finding other things to eat.”
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