Waxahachie Man Who Discovered Vehicle At Center Of Tragic Amber Alert Shares Story: 'I Couldn't Believe My Eyes'Joseph Iglesias said his heart sank when he drove to the top level of a downtown parking garage and saw the 2012 Nissan Quest minivan police were looking for.
Waxahachie College Student Electrocuted While Jumping Downtown Rooftops For FunA 20-year-old student at a North Texas university died late Sunday evening while jumping from building to building in downtown Waxahachie, his school confirmed.
Waxahachie Officer Released From Hospital After Being Hit During Police ChaseA Waxahachie police officer is expected to be okay after being hit by a vehicle during a chase Saturday night, the Ellis County sheriff said.
Grim Anniversary For Murdered Woman & Child's Family: A 25 Year Quest for ClosureToday marks a grim anniversary for a North Texas family.
Man Murdered Behind Liquor Store In Ellis CountyThe Ellis County Sheriff's Deputies responded to the murder of a man behind a Spec's Liquor store in Garrett Friday night, police say.
Elderly Couple Scammed By Fake Dent Repair BusinessThe Better Business Bureau is warning people to look out for in-person solicitations.
Surveyor Finds Human Skull In Wooded Area Of WaxahachieOfficers responded to the scene in the proximity of Howard Road at 4:30 p.m. and confirmed the remains were indeed human. 
NWS Confirms EF-0 Tornado Touched Down At Waxahachie High School; 2 OthersThe National Weather Service has confirmed a high-end EF-0 tornado touched down near Waxahachie High School on Saturday.
THE High School Football Rivalry Of Ellis CountyThis year, it's not only about bragging rights, it also marks the return of Sam Harrell as the Ennis head coach.
Waxahachie Firefighters Celebrate 15 Kids Born Within A Year At Department"Don’t drink the water at the Waxahachie Fire Department" is the message firefighters are sharing after a fourth of them became new dads in the just the last year.
'Don't Drink The Water': 15 Babies Born In Just Over A Year At Waxahachie Fire DepartmentThere's definitely something in the water at the Waxahachie Fire Department. In a Facebook post, the department said it had 15 babies born in a little over a year.