Azle Residents Demand Answers About QuakesMore than 800 Parker County residents pressed Commissioner David Porter of the Texas Railroad Commission Thursday for answers about a series of minor earthquakes there.
Dallas Cowboys Fans Weigh In On Sunday's LossAnother win-or-go-home game to finish The Dallas Cowboys season, another heartbreak for fans.
Texas Republicans Lose 3 Major Donors In 2013The deaths this year of three major Texas Republican donors, including a billionaire who died over the weekend, could signal a generational change for party kingmakers in the nation's largest GOP stronghold.
Police Searching For Plano Man Missing For 9 DaysPolice in Plano are searching for a man who was last seen on December 11.
2013 North Texas 'News' Year In ReviewDFW was home to numerous stories of tragedy and triumph in 2013. Here are 15 hard-to-forget stories from the area that happened in the last year.
George P. Takes Baby Steps Away From Bush NameThe latest scion of one of America's most powerful political dynasties is trying to convince voters he's something other than what his famous surname suggests.
Frisco Gun Club Employee Accidentally ShotAn employee at the newly opened Frisco Gun Club suffered a gun shot wound Saturday night.
Attorney General's Office Looking Into Ethan Couch CaseThe state’s top lawyer, Attorney General Greg Abbott, has joined the growing chorus of voices expressing outrage over the sentence handed down to 16-year-old Ethan Couch.
Suspect Arrested In Death Of Arlington WomanArlington Police have arrested a man in connection with the brutal death of 67-year-old Arlington woman.
Bicycle-Pedestrian Trail Could Connect Dallas And Fort WorthFive cities and two counties in the heart of Dallas-Fort Worth may soon be linked by a bicycle-pedestrian trail.
City Officials To Discuss Storm PreparednessNow that the effects of the major ice storm of last week are wearing off, local governments and public works agencies are taking note of what worked, and which area they can improve for response.
Hundreds Gather In Plano For World AIDS DayCrowds gathered in Plano Sunday to honor people who died from AIDS and to support those living with the disease.