From left, Burleson police Sgt. Brian O'Heren and Chief Tom Cowan talk with Joshua police Sgt. Josh Vincent and Chief Annabeth Robertson during National Police Week festivities Tuesday in Burleson. / Joshua Star-Courtesy Photo
With summer officially just a few weeks away, so is the potential for crime.
It is the time of year, police say, that home owners are often most vulnerable to burglaries and other types of crime.
FORT WORTH - If Joshua's baseball team had a lucky number it would be 14.
The Owls scored 14 runs Thursday and 14 more Saturday in a 14-13 nail-biter to help them take their best-of-three Class 4A Region I bi-district playoff series against Fort Worth Arlington Heights at Fort Worth's Goldstein Field.
After finishing second in the discus at the District 8-4A track and field championships, K.J. Evens and Danielle Hughes each bounced back winning the boys and girls titles respectively last week at the Area 7-8 Class 4A championships.
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