Parker County Texas
This is not a story about a smart accused thief. It is however a story about smart technology and a good old-fashioned Texas manhunt… or in this case ‘womanhunt.’
State lawmakers are considering a bill that would create a statewide animal abuse registry.
Adoption is always seen as a selfless act and officials in Parker County are hoping there are North Texans willing to voluntarily take several donkeys home. Yes, donkeys.
Deputies with the Parker County Sheriff’s Office have arrested a man they say attacked his mother and beat her in the head with a hammer.
On Labor Day, the senior member of The Fort Worth Herd, famous for its twice-daily recreation of a Longhorn cattle drive through the Stockyards’, missed work for the first time since The Herd formed in 1999. Did we mention this famous figure is a cow?
The Parker County Sheriff’s Office says a rabid deer was found last week at a golf course in southwestern Parker County.
It was a busy day at Bowie Drive Animal Hospital in Weatherford. It was a reunion of sorts and everyone from the Parker County Sheriff to animal control was there to see special Hope.
On the Moncrief ranch near Weatherford there are no shortages of animals. Dogs, horses and donkeys roam freely. And soon, Hope will join the family.
Three days ago, a female pug-mix was found wandering a ranch property in blistering heat with an engorged tongue, swollen because it had been pulled out and clinched between its jaws. Its snout was secured shut with packing tape. But on Friday, Parker County authorities send word: Hope has a new home.
Veterinarians say the dog that was tortured and abandoned in Parker County is well on the way to recovery and garnering support from such far-off places as London.
It was a big bust of underage drinkers in Parker County that began with an anonymous noise complaint. It happened July 5 and deputies say when they arrived at the house, near Aledo, they found dozens of beer-toting juveniles.
Weatherford’s City Council voted four to one Tuesday to bring an invocation back to City Council meetings. It also reinstated the Pledge of Allegiance to both the United States and Texas flags.