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Police in Alvarado aren’t bending the rules for 89-year-old June Weeks, whose son is a registered sex offender.
A Dallas man won’t faces charges in the shooting death of a robber who stole his wife’s necklace and knocked her down.
There are few people in Denton unfamiliar with Frenchy’s and their bright orange trucks that promote birthdays and charity events.
A contractor for Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is livid that his supervisor forced him to remove a mask and gloves he wore to work Wednesday.
Two large Cleveland hospital systems say some of their nurses and other employees were on a flight from Dallas with a Texas nurse days before she was diagnosed with Ebola.
Director of the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention, Dr. Tom Frieden says they may never determine how Nina Pham contracted the Ebola virus.
There are now specific rules for how to handle the Ebola virus in North Texas, a week and a half after its first appearance in the country.
Letter by letter, an associate pastor spelled out a message on the marquee in front of Grace Tabernacle Church in south Fort Worth Thursday.
With six Richardson ISD schools and 41 Dallas ISD schools closed Friday due to power outages, many school kids got an unexpected three day weekend
Ebola, ethics and education are among the issues that dominated the final debate between Republican Attorney General Greg Abbott and Democrat Wendy Davis.
High culture doesn’t always have to be high dollar. If you’re looking to spend your day exploring the past or analyzing art, here’s your chance to do it for free.
A mother in Austin says she is angry, humiliated and dumbstruck that a neighbor called Child Protective Services on her for letting her 6-year-old son play outside.