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As one of the larger North Texas lakes open for public access this holiday weekend, boaters are expecting a busy turnout on Lake Ray Hubbard.
Trapped in a chimney for several hours, a 10-year-old boy is recovering Wednesday night after firefighters rescued him from his Irving home.
The historic Texas Theatre in Oak Cliff is working to repair flood and water damage caused by the heavy rains that hit North Texas in May and June.
The inner tubes are piled high, river levels are back to normal and the stage is set for a return to business as usual this fourth after two months of flooding.
A Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) bus driver was hit and killed by another DART bus early Monday morning.
An elderly woman accidentally hit the gas instead of the brake, slamming into a Cici’s Pizza in the 2000 block of N. HWY 78.
The body of a Fed-Ex driver was recovered this afternoon from the Trinity River in Dallas.
Superintendent Mike Miles left his post on Thursday after three tumultuous years.
The wife of a Watauga man senselessly beaten while leaving a Fort Worth Walmart is speaking out.
Disabled Veterans from across the United States are in North Texas this week for the 35th National Veteran Wheelchair Games.
Tonight marks another night without answers for a concerned family as the search for their loved one continues.
A young woman went blind in one eye within 24 hours after catching a flesh-eating bacteria during a mud run in Dallas this month.