Cynthia Randolph, 24, awaits a judge's decision on her appeal in her conviction in the deaths of her two small children in a hot car in May 2017. Attorney's on both sides of the case say they believe her conviction on lesser charges came down to jurors' questioning of Randolph's mental fitness.
Weatherford Tx hosted its first trade days, then known as First Monday Stray Day, in 1858 on the courthouse square. Now, it’s located in the heart of Weatherford’s historical district on Santa Fe Drive, near the farmer’s market.
A Parker County woman is out $3,000 after being convinced by a phone scam in which the perpetrator went to great lengths to impersonate an employee of the sheriff's office and provide personal information about her, including a recent speeding ticket she had gotten.
Heidi, 10, and Dayton, 7, Heather Holland's daughter and son, recorded a video that plays each morning during first period to remind students to bring books to the drive. They wrote the skit themselves.
Weatherford officials recently got word that the city will receive $11.5 million from the North Central Council of Governments and the Texas Department of Transportation to help construct a northern bypass around downtown.
A political uprising in depressed Mineral Wells, led by three local characters who look like extras from Duck Dynasty, has awakened a populace demanding to know why their property taxes continue to rise but the streets never get fixed.
After a search that literally went as far north as possible in the United States, Brock's newest superintendent comes from the Lone Star State. Cade Smith has been selected as the lone finalist to become the new Brock superintendent, the Brock school board decided in its meeting Monday, April 9.
A 15-year-old girl faces charges of aggravated robbery after police say she held up a Walgreens in Weatherford on Wednesday morning with a knife. She was quickly found about a block away, and the money and weapon were confiscated.
The Texas Department of Public Safety is investigating a fatal rollover wreck Saturday in which Weatherford resident Jesus Perez, 26, was ejected from a 2001 Chevy Tahoe driven by a 17-year-old. The teen driver and two other passengers were injured.
The Parker County Courthouse Square was stirring in May 2016 as folks came to bid farewell to a historic structure known at various times as the Eddleman Building, Sturgess Dress Shop, the Bowden Building and the Bradford Building.