Law enforcement officials are looking for 73-year-old Clayton Strong who allegedly murdered a woman in her front yard and was caught on video discarding the murder weapon.
Building materials are a hot commodity and hard to come by due to the pandemic production slowdown. That’s why they’ve become a big target for thieves.
After last year’s event was cancelled due to COVID-19, the Parker County Peach Festival returns to Weatherford.
The father of a 7-month-old who was subject of an Amber Alert in Ennis earlier this week has been arrested on an outstanding family violence warrant out of Ellis County.
Police said the 7-month-old who was taken by his mother without consent has been found safe, and the mother is in custody. The man wanted for helping her has not been caught. He is considered armed and dangerous.
Parker County deputies say the suspect and a passenger, who were on a motorcycle without a license plate, took off when deputies ordered them to pull over.
An Aledo father is sharing his story about his mission to save his daughter who was dealing with serious kidney issues two years ago.
Deputies and animal control officers in Parker County removed seven animals from an abandoned home that had deplorable living conditions.
All of the rain we have seen is making life hard for people who live along the Brazos River in Parker County. It prompted a voluntary evacuation downstream on the Brazos for low-lying areas like Horseshoe Bend.
Police said the man wanted for attacking an Uber driver in Grapevine died this past Friday in a car crash in Weatherford.
Springtown police said two pickup trucks collided and the four people inside the vehicles died.
Floodwaters impacted parts of the Parker County Sheriff's Office. The parking lot and parts of the building flooded.
Some homes in Parker County suffered serious damage because of Wednesday night's storms. Three people were also hospitalized.
Aledo ISD’s superintendent announced an action plan to combat racism in the district. The announcement came as Aledo ISD police investigate another racist incident. Someone left ‘slave sale’ flyers near school campuses.
A 43-year-old teacher in the Parker County town of Springtown has been charged with having an inappropriate relationship with a 15-year-old.
The incident happened on Snapchat and involved some students discussing how much they would pay to buy their Black classmates. The mock slave auction and the district’s response to it has ignited a firestorm in the town.
Authorities have identified the bodies found in an abandoned rural Parker County school over the weekend as two Central Texas men.
FOX4 obtained Aledo ISD's initial response to the racist social media posts -- what some parents complained was a ‘softball approach.’
After an investigation, the district says it disciplined the students involved for cyberbullying and racial harassment. They noted the incident caused a lot of pain for the victims, their families and other students of color.
Authorities got a vague call Sunday about someone being in danger in Parker County. After searching, they found two bodies in an abandoned school building.