Gov. Rick Perry will head to Granbury on Friday afternoon after the city was devastated Wednesday by a tornado that left at least six people dead and destroyed many homes.
Ten tornadoes touched down in several small communities in North Texas overnight, leaving at least six people dead, dozens injured and hundreds homeless. Emergency responders were still searching for missing people Thursday afternoon.
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At least six people were confirmed dead, more are missing, and extensive damage was reported after tornadoes slammed into the town of Granbury on Wednesday evening.
A 48-year-old Hood County woman was arrested for calling 911 and requesting that cigarettes be delivered to her home.
The parents of a one-month-old baby girl are in jail, accused of trying to sell her for three thousand dollars.
Nearly an entire town gathered Wednesday night to honor a soldier lost in one of America’s fights.
A fake Facebook page led to the arrest of two middle school students in Hood County. Investigators said the girls set up the page posing as another classmate and used it for two months to bully her and ruin her reputation among other students.
Deputies arrested her while she was at the jail visiting an inmate.
A husband in Hood County wound up behind bars after getting into a fight with his wife, all because he failed to give her a Christmas present.
Two convenience store clerks in Hood County were arrested Friday afternoon for selling K2 at the tobacco shop where they worked.
A tug-of-war game inside a Granbury juvenile detention center has left a Cleburne teenager dead.