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Family: Was PD Chase, That Ended In Deadly Crash, Necessary?The family of a North Texas teen killed while police chased a suspected car thief has questions… but, there are no worthwhile answers.
18-Year-Old Identified As Truck Driver Killed In Midlothian CrashMidlothian police say an 18-year-old Morgan resident was the truck driver killed in a fiery crash on Highway 287 on Friday.
Driver Feels Lucky After Narrowly Missing Deadly CrashAn innocent life was taken by a man who police said stole a van and crashed head-on with the driver of a truck along Highway 287.
Two Dead In Head-On Crash On Highway 287 Near MidlothianThe eastbound lanes of Highway 287 there are shut down.
Red Cross Adds New Service Location In MidlothianA Multi-Agency Resource Center will be open from 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. at Longbranch Elementary School at 6631 FM 1387 in Midlothian.
H-E-B Mobile Kitchen Heading To Ellis CountyTuesday, the H-E-B Mobile Kitchen will serve breakfast and lunch throughout the week as needed.
Memorial Service Planned For Victims Of Anderson County Campsite MurdersThe memorial service will be held at the First United Methodist Church in Midlothian Saturday at 1:00 p.m.
Heartbroken Family Of Slain Campers Remembers VictimsA community is grieving as loved ones talk for the first time to CBS11 News after 6 members of one family were killed in Anderson County.
Firefighter Turns Crime Fighter A robber entering a Midlothian convenience store didn't know the man he pushed aside was an off-duty firefighter with two secrets up his sleeve that could thwart a robbery.
Concerns Over Dam Failure In Midlothian EasedAfter the sun came up Wednesday, crews evaluated the situation and realized the dam and the coffer dam are in fine shape.
Officials Say Ellis County Dam Won't BreakOfficials in Midlothian are concerned that a dam might break. This is happening at Padera Lake, located along Highway 287, just north of the city.
School District Changes Its Mind, Cancels Classes For Some StudentsSnowfall at the worst possible time prompted Midlothian school officials to call off classes for half its students -- but only half of them.

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