Granbury

Chopper 11's view of the truck pulled from Lake Granbury (Credit: CBS 11)

Skeletal Remains Found In Lake Granbury May Shed Light On Cold Case

A disturbing find in Lake Granbury may be a key piece in solving a mysterious disappearance there nearly 35-years ago.

04/18/2014

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2013 North Texas ‘News’ Year In Review

DFW was home to numerous stories of tragedy and triumph in 2013. Here are 15 hard-to-forget stories from the area that happened in the last year.

12/16/2013

Many signs of the deadly tornado's impact remain in Granbury. (credit: Joel Thomas)

Granbury Tornado Survivors More Thankful Than Ever

The signs of the deadly Granbury tornado that killed six people still litter the rolling hills on the outskirts of the city.

11/28/2013

Thomas Grady Layton, of Granbury, was sentenced to life without parole for the murder of his 64-year-old mother. (credit: Collin Co. District Attorney's Office)

Granbury Man Sentenced To Life In Prison For Killing His Mom

A North Texas man has been sentenced to life in prison without parole for killing his mother and draining her bank account.

10/14/2013

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Whirlpool Responds To Self-Cleaning Oven Issues

Whirlpool Corporation is responding to an I-team investigation, but some customers are not happy about what they are hearing.

CBS 11–09/20/2013

Texas Flag High Winds

Governor Honors First Responders With Star Of Texas Awards

Texas’ everyday heroes were recognized and remembered today in Austin as Gov. Rick Perry called Texas police officers, firefighters and first-responders the “best the state has to offer” as he presented the ‘Star of Texas’ awards.

09/12/2013

Firefighter Matlock Jennings, firefighter William Wright, Nascar driver Kevin Harvick, firefighter Luke LaCroix, firefighter Diane Swaner, police officer Chad Davis, and Texas Motor Speedway President Eddie Gossage pose for a group photo during a 9/11 Tribute event  at Texas Motor Speedway on September 11, 2013 in Fort Worth, Texas.  (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images for Texas Motor Speedway)

Kevin Harvick Participates In TMS 9/11 Event

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Kevin Harvick joined first-responders from Texas and Oklahoma for a Sept. 11 tribute to those who served the region and those who died.

09/11/2013

Granbury police Officer Chad Davis was shot in the arm during a shootout Friday morning. (credit: Granbury Police)

Texas Motor Speedway, NASCAR Honors First Responders For 9/11

At Texas Motor Speedway the wind blew softly and on this warm September day everything came to a halt.

CBS 11–09/11/2013

Kambry Donnell, a 13-year-old resident of the town of West, attends Camp Carter in Fort Worth. (credit: Chuck Schechner/KRLD NewsRadio 1080)

Young Tornado & Plant Explosion Victims At Local Camp

On the three-month anniversary of the deadly fertilizer plant explosion in West, some kids from that town, and another where disaster struck this past year, are enjoying summer camp in Fort Worth.

CBSDFW.COM–07/17/2013

Ricky Don McCommas, 49, of Granbury was shot and killed in a shootout Friday. (credit: Johnson County Sheriff Office)

Granbury Father Blames DA’s Office For Deputy’s Death

The father of a sexual assault victim says the Johnson County District Attorney’s office should face blame for the shooting death of a Hood County sheriff’s deputy.

07/02/2013

Sheriff's Deputy Lance McLean who was shot in the back of the head Friday morning after answering a 911 disturbance call in Oak Trail Shores in Granbury. He is in critical condition at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth. (credit: Hood County Sheriff's Office)

Funeral For Hood County Sheriff’s Deputy

The Hood County sheriff’s deputy who was killed during a shootout last week will be laid to rest on Tuesday morning.

07/02/2013

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Arsenal Of Guns, Badges & Ammo Found In Suspect’s Home

Guns, ammunition, and several law enforcement badges are among the items found in the home of a man accused of killing a Hico deputy and wounding a Granbury police officer.

CBS 11–07/01/2013

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