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The Texas Department of Health is airing a new tongue-in-cheek public service announcement to remind adults they’re never too old to get vaccinated.
Search warrants from a Christmas Day shooting in Grapevine show a family gathered in a living room and enjoying the holiday moments before the shooter opened fire, killing six relatives before turning the gun on himself.
More and more color is going to be added to the night skyline in Dallas in 2012. Some new construction has forced some of the older buildings to ‘step up their game’ when it comes to exterior lights.
Governor Rick Perry hopes his Iowa bus tour will lead to a victory lap. In a week, Iowans will judge whether his poor debate performances mattered.
Funeral arrangements are being made for a Cleburne mother and 2 teenage sisters gunned down in Mexico.
Police in Grapevine are investigating the shooting deaths of seven people who were found inside an apartment unit on Christmas Day.
Millions of people chose to shop online for Christmas gifts this year. But a North Texas based website offering daily deals is attracting hundreds of complaints. Consumers say they ordered and paid for merchandise — and never received it.
It’s not as simple as saying it’s gift versus God. On a holiday increasingly influenced by popular culture and traditions though, some churches are picking their battles.
A Fort Worth family is in a legal fight against a man they call ‘the lowest of the low.’
With wide eyes and a big grin, John Mark Martin pulled his I-V pole into the playroom at Medical City Children’s Hospital in Dallas. In a hospital gown, with a bandaged right arm, he went straight toward the trains
A Dallas-area Santa’s sworn duty to serve and protect won out over spreading holiday cheer to one Dallas criminal who will be spending Christmas on the naughty list.
The North Texas Tollway Authority opened a new segment of the President George Bush Turnpike in Garland Wednesday, connecting the tollway to Interstate 30.