Plan For Muslim Cemetery Closer To Approval In Collin CountyThe Islamic Association of Collin County wants to develop the burial site on 32 acres of land to give local Muslims a closer cemetery.
Questions Remain After Dallas Woman Found Dead Inside Deputy's HomeThe Nacogdoches County Sheriff called in the Texas Rangers to investigate, to avoid a conflict of interest.
Frisco Students Turn Trash Into Musical TreasuresFive Lebanon Trail freshmen are building handmade musical instruments from nothing more than landfill junk.
Smoking Ban In City Parks Begins March 1Starting March 1, lighting up at parks or on trails in Dallas will be against the law.
Cheer Team With Disabilities Nabs National Title In DallasThis is our third time winning,” said Coach Sharon Myrick. “We won in 2007 and 2008. It’s an honor to be back again.”
No Snow Days? What's Next For Schools?Parents aren't sure what their child's school district will do with snow day make-ups. Here's some answers!
Opening Statements Portray Different Sides Of John Wiley PriceProsecutors told jurors, consultant Kathy Nealy paid Price $950,000 in bribes in the forms of cash, land and cars during a ten-year period.
UTA Researchers Using Shakespeare & Robots To Help SeniorsResearchers are trying to figure out how high-tech robots can offer much needed therapy to an aging American population.
Historic Ruins Destroyed In A West Texas Ghost TownThe reward just keeps growing to track down vandals who wrecked a state historical site in a far West Texas ghost town.
Texas Mom Says She Found Pill In Son's Gerber Snack PackA West Texas mother said she found a pain pill inside her son's pre-packaged snack, but the company that makes the product says it's highly unlikely.
Cleaner Streets Coming To Fort WorthThe city bought more fuel-efficient sweepers and found staffing from people already working at garbage drop-off points.
Areas Hit With Hail As Storms Move Through North TexasAreas across North Texas were hit with hail as storms moved southwest to northeast, from county to county.