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Parents of Buddy remain jailed
The parents of 4-year-old Buddy Cook, David and Angel Cook, remained jailed at the Johnson County Law Enforcement Center in lieu of $75,000 bond each on charges of injury to a child, a first degree felony, Cleburne police said Tuesday.
Court approves Dumpsters for storm debris cleanup
Johnson County Commissioners during an emergency meeting on Monday voted to place Dumpsters throughout the county to help clear debris from Wednesday’s tornadoes.
Broad swath of Texas under tornado watch
The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for Central and North Texas.
CISD students return to class
“The morning after the tornado, he said, ‘I hope my school box is OK,’” Gerard Elementary School mom Stephanie Franklin said of her son, Corbin.
Updated school closings
Here is the latest on school closings and early dismissals
Officials: Beware of scamming contractors
It’s easy for unscrupulous fly-by-night contractors to scam desperate people after a tornado like the one that slammed Cleburne last week.
Cleburne ISD releasing students early
As a precaution to reports of severe weather late Tuesday morning through the afternoon, Cleburne ISD released students at 9:45 a.m. today.
Cooks charged in 4-year-old son's death
A Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s autopsy report released Monday ruled 4-year-old Buddy Cook’s death a homicide by starvation.
CISD students head back to class on Monday
"The morning after the tornado, he said, 'I hope my school box is OK,'" Gerard Elementary School mom Stephanie Franklin said of her son, Corbin.
Joshua establishes Youth Leadership Council
At the Joshua City Council meeting on Thursday, Joshua High School students sophomore Rylie Steppick and junior Gabie Stiver introduced their plan for the Youth Leadership Council, which will work in conjunction with city council over the coming years.
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