It was an election that triggered passionate arguments on both sides and set the stage for an unusually heavy turnout. On Saturday the voters in the McKinney I-S-D voted to tax themselves to the maximum that the law allows
Family and friends took to the streets Saturday to raise money for a little boy who was shot in a cruel and senseless attack.
It was designed to provide a scare for fun, not scare someone to death. The Texas Giant roller coaster reopened at Six Flags in Arlington nearly two months after a woman was flung from it to her death.
Police in Arlington say they’re looking for answers in what they have determined is a double murder on the city’s north side.
The Irving City Council is going where no council has gone before, allowing the rezoning of property neighboring Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport for single family homes.
The parents of an 8-year-old Dallas boy shot in the face Tuesday night say he is improving, even though he still needs a breathing tube and remains listed in critical but stable condition.
Fast food workers walked out of restaurants across the country – from Los Angeles to New York, from Denver to Dallas, and nearly 60 cities in between.
Deadly clashes in Egypt continued Friday, as the military continued its crackdown on supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi.
The Fort Worth Police Department plans to put more cameras on the streets by putting them on officers.
A city subcontracted demolition crew took down the wrong house in the 9700 block of Watercress Drive. The crews apparently demolished the house next door to what was the original targeted property.
As Randy Travis’ condition worsened this week, people in his adopted home town of Tioga (in Grayson County) prayed for him as though he was always as one of their own.
A Frisco family was burned out of their home overnight when what they thought to be spent fireworks – ignited a blaze in a garage garbage bin.