Coronavirus In Texas: Hood County Urges Continued Mitigation Following 2 More DeathsThe Hood County population is at higher risk for serious illness or death from COVID-19, as approximately 25% of the county is 65 or older.
Coronavirus In Texas: Hood County Officials Report 1st COVID-19 DeathThe patient was a man in his 50s with preexisting health complications, officials said.
Granbury ISD Turns On Lights In Empty Stadium As Symbol Of Hope During Coronavirus PandemicGranbury ISD turned on the lights at Pirate Stadium Wednesday night for an hour and says it will do so every night from 8:00 to 9:00.
Volunteers Expand Search For Missing Hood County Mother Jenn PautenisFamily members said Pautenis’ husband Ed, told them his wife of two years had walked out of the house on her own a few days after they had returned from a road trip to Tennessee.
Police: Woman Charged After Allegedly Cutting Boyfriend's NoseA 30-year-old woman was arrested after allegedly cutting her 43-year-old boyfriend with a knife, causing his nose to bleed.
23-Year-Old Accused Of Beating Toddler, Leaving Bruises All Over Her BodyJake Arron Watson was charged with Injury to a Child.
Police Seek Teen Hit-And-Run Driver Who Injured Cyclist With Golf CartThe cyclist sustained numerous bruises and had to have several stitches on her hand.
Police: Teenager Threatened Father With Sword, Threw Chair Striking ToddlerA 17-year-old is behind bars after allegedly threatening his father with a sword and throwing a chair that hit a 2-year-old. 
North Texas Jailer Arrested For 'Inappropriate Relationship' With InmateA former jailer for the Hood County Sheriff's Office was arrested for having an "inappropriate relationship" with an inmate, authorities say.
Human Remains Found At Texas Plant Where Worker Had Been Missing Since ExplosionThe remains, found around 3:00 p.m. Wednesday, have been taken to the Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office in Ft. Worth for positive identification. 
Fire At Exploded Hood County Chemical Plant Being Allowed To BurnA fire at a North Texas chemical plant following an explosion last week is being allowed to burn itself out before authorities search for a missing worker who's presumed dead.