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Zack Clements, known to many as the “Miracle Kid”, is out of the hospital and back home. The 17-year-old said he saw Jesus after collapsing during P.E. class and lying dead, without a heartbeat or oxygen, for 20 minutes.
The murder trial is underway for the Balch Springs man accused of killing Deanna Cook. Cook is the North Texas woman whose physical attack and murder was recorded during a 911 call that she had placed for help.
Thousands of layoffs and furloughs are impacting people who work at Blue Bell distribution centers in North Texas.
Friends and family packed the Van United Methodist Church to say their final farewells to Brenda and David Tapley. The couple were the only two people killed during Sunday’s tornado in Van Zandt County.
A Mesquite man accused of lying to the FBI about pledging his allegiance to the terror group ISIS will stay locked up for now.
There are few things more American than baseball, and our American Presidents have a deep connection to America’s favorite pastime.
Something huge is brewing this weekend in Grapevine! It’s the 31st annual Grapevine Main Street Fest – A Craft Brew Experience.
As of 5 p.m. Thursday, a discussion was underway about the way a North Texas teacher handled what she says was a threat — right in the middle of class.
Dallas ISD is looking to turn around its most academically troubled schools and has put together a list of 14 campuses that are up for redesign.
When a soldier leaves home for battle, we all share in the joy on the day he or she returns safely. Join in that celebration this Saturday at 6 p.m. in Fort Worth.