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Deputies Arrest Man For Kiddie Porn Possession, Find Weapons CacheDeputies in Navarro County arrested a 79-year-old man for possession of child pornography and found a cache of weapons and ammunition at his home.
Corsicana Holds Vigil To Honor Brent ThompsonOfficer Brent Thompson's hometown came together Sunday night to honor the fallen DART police officer.
Navarro County Braces For More Storms, Possible FloodingEmergency crews are on standby in Navarro County.
Corsicana Traffic Stop Leads To $2.5 Million Of MarijuanaPolice in Corsicana said that a traffic stop on Monday led to the seizure of about 185 pounds of marijuana with a street value of $2.5 million. Two men were arrested during an investigation.
Detectives Uncover Major Marijuana Operation In CorsicanaThe investigation led to an indoor marijuana grow. There were also two very young children living there according to Sheriff Tanner.
Heavy October Rains Lessen Drought In TexasCorsicana received 21 inches of rain Friday and Saturday. The deluge caused a portion of some railroad tracks to wash out, which led to a freight train derailment.
Texas Train Tracks Fixed After FloodingRepairs are completed on some washed-out North Texas train tracks blamed for a weekend derailment.
Cleanup Crews Still At Site Where North Texas Train Derailed During StormsCleanup crews are dumping gravel to firm up an area near two overturned locomotives that derailed during North Texas flooding.
Corsicana Flood Waters Receding, Leaving 'Catastrophic' Damage BehindBright sunshine was welcomed Monday after days of pouring rain. And the water is beginning to recede: just not fast enough.
High Waters Keep I-45 & Side Streets In Corsicana ClosedFlooding is making it difficult for drivers to find alternate routes.
Storms Pound Texas As It Waits For Remnants Of PatriciaA recap of the recent storm damage rumbling across the state.
18-Inch Plus Rainfall Results In Rescues; Freight Train Under WaterMore than 18 inches of rain caused severe flash flooding in Navarro County, prompting nearly three dozen water rescues and causing a Union Pacific freight train to go under water.

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