At first glance, the golden stone wall that sits between a trio of flag poles in front of Life School Red Oak Secondary Campus offers little to garner attention. But with a closer view, an observer would find the name of Joel Ramirez, his date of birth and date of death, attached to the wall.
The northbound lanes of Interstate-45 in Ellis County were closed for hours, after two 18-wheelers and another vehicle all collided.
A woman from Denton has been convicted for the starving deaths of two horses when she lived in Red Oak. Two other horses were rescued.
A proposal to relocate a Magnablend Chemical Plant has some Ellis County residents saying, “not in my backyard.” Monday dozens of affected residents are expected to gather at the Ellis County Commissioner’s meeting to voice their concerns.
A man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for assaulting a 7-year-old boy in the toy section of a Walmart store in Midlothian.
A North Texas jail will switch to debit cards to pay unused commissary funds to departing inmates after the lockup’s account number was stolen.
A fire at the site of the springtime Scarborough Renaissance Faire in Waxahachie has left one person dead and two firefighters injured.
A small earthquake rattled the crockery in a mostly rural area just south of Dallas, but cause no reported damage. The U.S. Geological Survey says the quake had a magnitude of 3.0.
An autopsy has been ordered on a body found in an abandoned refrigerator by a father and son who were scanning rural land with a metal detector in North Texas.
In the heart of Ellis County, sprawled across 2,200 acres of land, you’ll find Calvert Farms. “We primarily grow cotton, corn, wheat and this year – we’re growing some sunflowers,” farmer Lee Calvert said.
An earthquake shook parts of North Texas Sunday morning. But when we headed out to the epicenter of the tremor instead of broken glass or cracked streets, we found plenty of people with a sense of humor.
Two people are dead after a single engine plane crashed in Ellis County. Shortly after the Columbia LC 41 plane took off, there are reports the aircraft tumbled out of control and went down nose first.