An overturned cattle truck created a traffic mess near downtown Fort Worth on Wednesday morning, as authorities worked to rescue the trapped livestock and lead them to safety.
After being named the winner DART’s student art contest, 16-year-old Dallas sophomore Vivie Behrens is having her colorful artwork displayed on the sides of area buses.
A first of its kind event in Frisco is celebrating the work of young inventors. The Frisco Mini Maker Faire is gives area creators a chance to show off their most amazing work.
The push to redevelop a part of downtown Dallas could finally get a green light. The area around the Statler Hilton hotel goes to sleep after dark. But a developer wants to change that.
The fertilizer plant explosion in West that killed 15 people a year ago could have been prevented. The U.S. Chemical Safety Board presented its preliminary findings about the blast in front of a packed room of residents and town officials.
December’s ice storm left North Texas battered and bruised. Now we’ve learned we’ve been left out in the cold again — footing all the repair bills.
The City of Fort Worth has reached a settlement with the homeowner whose property was mistakenly demolished in July 2013.
A look at the top stories from Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and other social media sites.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry is challenging his New York counterpart, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, to a debate over economic policy as he ventures onto Cuomo’s turf.
A Dallas middle school was vandalized recently and officials believe it may be over a former teacher/coach.
The Department of Public Safety on Tuesday urged residents to renew online and beat the typical summer rush at driver’s license offices.
With online video AT&T looks to attract customers of Netflix, Hulu, YouTube and other services — including people who’ve stopped paying for traditional broadcast, cable or satellite TV.