The story of Jason Watts and his two boys is the story of a crowded Lake Arlington Friday.
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.
A video has emerged calling into question a white McKinney police officer’s treatment of black citizens.
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.
Friends of a Dallas teenager are hoping someone comes forward with information about his death.
Search and rescue crews are looking for a missing kayaker in the Trinity River. They’re combing the west fork in Fort Worth and west Fort Worth for a man who may have drowned in the water.
Six weeks after a major tornado ripped through Van, Texas, the city is nearly done with debris clean up.
The wife of a Watauga man senselessly beaten while leaving a Fort Worth Walmart is speaking out.
Police in Dallas have asked Mayor Mike Rawlings for more protection before another officer is injured at headquarters.
Jonathan Edelen, 34, told an officer, “Put the cuffs on me and take me to jail. I’ve killed my wife.”
President Barack Obama’s decision to utter what many consider the worst word in the English language has many offering a few words of their own.