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FORNEY, Texas — After mounting public pressure and questions about the legality of a curfew order issued by the Forney mayor last night, the city has agreed to allow a protest to be held in downtown Forney this Friday night as originally scheduled.

TERRELL, TEXAS — The City of Terrell began shutting off water to residential homes today for nonpayment, despite an order by the Texas Public Utilities Commission decision on Thursday to ban utilities from cutting off power and water services to Texans who have lost jobs and income during th…

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KAUFMAN COUNTY — UNOFFICIAL Results will begin to appear on this page as they become available from Kaufman County election officials. Please refresh your page to see the latest. Names will appear as they did on the ballots.

TERRELL, Texas — Land and business owners who are opposed to the City of Terrell’s attempt at annexation and took their fight to court have been awarded an injunction by a judge today.

TERRELL, Texas – First-term Congressman Lance Gooden announced his re-election campaign highlighting President Trump’s many accomplishments and the need to take back the US House:

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FORNEY, Texas – Forney Mayor Rick Wilson has filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of property owners against Kaufman County Appraisal District Chief Appraiser, Sarah Curtis asking a judge for a declaratory judgment and injunctive relief for taxpayers.

KAUFMAN, Texas — Kaufman County commissioners voted 4-1 during their February 13 meeting to again table a contract that would allow Precinct 2 Constable Jason Johnson and his office to enter into a private security agreement with the Devonshire community.

WASHINGTON, DC — Congressman Lance Gooden took the official oath of office on Thursday to join the 116th Congress along with 100 other newly elected representatives. A first in nearly a century since a Kaufman County resident has done so.