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.
Weekend Rains Leave Roads Impassable & Schools ClosedNorth Texans woke Monday to find nearly two-dozen road closures across various counties. After flooding and a levee breach on Sunday, officials announced that all Navarro County school districts, except the Corsicana ISD, would be closed on Monday.
Officials Urge Drivers To Obey Barricades Even After StormsMany roads still contain dangerous debris.
Levee Breach & School Closings In Navarro CountyAll but one school district will be closed Monday.
Stranded Driver Dies In Corsicana FloodingStorms claimed the life of at least one person in Navarro County on Sunday. Heavy rain led to flash flooding in the Corsicana area, and the victim's vehicle became stuck when a creek overflowed onto the nearby roadway.
Prosecutor In Case Against Cameron Todd Willingham Accused Of MisconductA prosecutor who handled the case of a Texas man executed for the fire deaths of his three daughters has been formally accused of misconduct over allegations that he concealed evidence during the 1992 murder trial.
5-Year-Old Boy Accidentally Shot In FacePolice are on the scene of a shooting that sent a 5-year-old boy to the hospital.
Rape Suspect Arrested In Navarro CountyPolice in Navarro County have arrested one man suspected of committing at least two different sexual assaults, including one against an SMU student near campus.
Nearly 1,300 Pot Plants Found In Navarro CountyLaw enforcement officials on Thursday found nearly 1,300 marijuana plants growing in a very rural part of Navarro County, along with a recently used campsite nearby.
Parents: Kerens ISD Won't Address BullyingFamily and friends of a eighth grader who committed suicide say he was bullied.
Indicted Police Officer Pleads Not Guilty In Aggravated Assault CaseMalakoff police officer Ernesto Fierro appeared before a Navarro County judge Friday for the first time since he was indicted. While off duty last December, he's accused of trying to run 70-year-old Bill Livezey of Iowa off the road along Highway 31.
Tarrant Water Board Approves Pipeline DealThe Tarrant Regional Water District board on Tuesday approved a nearly $93 million construction contract as part of a pipeline project to transport water from East Texas.