3 Members Of Texas Family Dead In Apparent Murder-SuicideAuthorities east of Dallas say a man fatally shot two women in his family while two others were able to escape the home during the attack
Van Zandt County Officials Capture Dangerous Inmate After Brief EscapeAccording to police, 47-year-old Jay Scott McEvers was captured Thursday morning after escaping from the Van Zandt county jail Wednesday night.
Total Phone, Internet Outage In Van Zandt CountyThe Kaufman County Sheriff's Department is taking emergency calls for Van Zandt County after a total 911, cell phone, land line and internet outage Saturday.
North Texas Sex Offender Rearrested For Child PornA registered sex offender in Van Zandt County has been rearrested for gathering and selling child pornography.
Canton Shopping Center Suffers Another FirePatricia Addison, marketing manager for The Mountain, said this fire was worse than the 2013 blaze.
Texas Man Accused Of Homeless Shelter Assault In ColoradoA North Texas man faces extradition to Colorado on charges that he molested a child at a homeless shelter.
Homeowners In Van Expected More From FEMASix weeks after a major tornado ripped through Van, Texas, the city is nearly done with debris clean up.
Escaped Van Zandt County Inmate CaughtAn inmate escaped the Van Zandy County jail shortly before 5:00 pm.m. Monday by scaling a 12-foot outer perimeter security fence topped with razor security wire.
Teen Arrested After Carjackings & ChaseAuthorities have taken a 16-year-old suspect into custody after a series of carjackings and a police chase, and two other suspects remain on the loose.
Tax Relief Available For Victims Of Severe StormsPeople affected by the severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds and flooding that took place beginning May 4 in parts of Texas may qualify for tax relief from the IRS.
Federal Help Arrives In Van For Storm SurvivorsA Mobile Registration Intake Center has opened in Van to serve people who sustained damage as a result of severe storms and flooding.
KKK Flyers Dropped In Van Zandt CountyThe flyers were sealed in plastic bags with rocks and chucked onto people's lawns or driveways.