Thursday Jul 3
Cheerleader teen hunter defends her 'kill' pics
The teenaged Texas Tech cheerleader who created a social media firestorm with photos of the African big game she hunted has fired back at her online attackers.
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Wed Jul 02, 2014
Public's help leads to second arrest in Johnson County cross thefts
Authorities in Johnson County say a second arrest has been made in a series of thefts that included stolen crosses.
Teens catch 6-foot gator in Cleburne creek
The 911 call almost sounds like the start to a bad joke. "If you were to catch an alligator, what would you do with it?" the teenage caller asked a Cleburne police dispatcher.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Woman Caught on Camera Brazenly Stealing Crosses From Couple's Porch in Middle of the Night
It seems to be a case full of contradictions : she's wearing sunglasses at night while committing a crime in the pursuit of religious items.
New York Daily News
See it: Cheerleader, 19, loves shooting on safari
One Facebook user asked how well the teen would do if she were dropped into a lions' den ... without a gun.
Video: Thief Steals Crosses From Family's Front Porch
Cleburne police are hoping someone will recognize the woman seen on a security video as she steals crosses from a front porch on Sunday.
Thu Jun 26, 2014
Bus stop: Libertarian's Glass for Governor tours North Texas
In an earlier trip through Metroplex counties LPTX gubernatorial candidate Kathie Glass stopped in Parker County and made news in the Weatherford Democrat.
Dallas Morning News
Judge rules family of boy who killed himself in 2010 can sue Joshua ISD
After a lengthy legal battle, a judge has ruled that the family of a 13-year-old boy who was bullied and killed himself in 2010 can sue Joshua ISD, reports KDFW .
Thu Jun 19, 2014
Boehm Tabbed 10th President Of College
The search for the next president of Hill College ended last week as the Board of Regents tabbed Hill County native Dr. Pam Boehm to succeed Dr. Sheryl Kappus, who retired earlier this year.
Wed Jun 18, 2014
North Texas grandmother's killer loses appeal
The state's highest criminal court has upheld the death sentence of a Fort Worth man convicted of killing a 61-year-old grandmother at her Johnson County home four years ago.
Tue Jun 17, 2014
Cleburne rocks: Elvis to perform at Market Square July 26
"Considering we had the rodeo, Relay for Life, Dancing with the Stars and shows at the Songbird going on the same time I think we drew a pretty good crowd," Bailey said.
Fri Jun 13, 2014
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Wed Jun 11, 2014
Log Cabin Democrat
'Pippin' duo ready for magic
"Pippin" tells the story of a young man, son of the great King Charlemagne, and his journey to find his place in the world - his "Corner of the Sky."
Johnson County woman suspected of arranging sex for 10-year-olds
A 40-year-old woman was in the Johnson County Jail Tuesday charged with solicitation, the Cleburne Times-Review reports.