A former Coppell High School football star is recovering after being shot early Sunday night.
Between flooding and the FAA, the City of Coppell was nearly forced to cancel its fireworks show Friday night.
Good news for North Texas drivers this Thursday! All of the southbound lanes of FM 2499 in Grapevine and Flower Mound are now open.
Rain has died down in Texas — and yet flooding continued early Saturday. Hundreds of residents in Coppell woke up to see Denton Creek in their own front and back yards. The flooding is due to the fallout from Tropical Storm Bill — its rain caused Lake Grapevine to overflow into the creek at a rapid rate.
The creek, which runs behind residential neighborhoods, is still taking in water from an overflowing Lake Grapevine.
Homeowners in Coppell are bracing for flooding on Friday, and the city’s emergency management office is meeting to discuss the next course of action.
All of the rain and three overflowing area lakes caused the Trinity River to rise to levels not seen in years.
Coppell firefighter escorted residents of an apartment complex on boats so they could retrieve what they need from their flooded units.
A portion of an apartment complex in Coppell had to be evacuated over the weekend because of flooding concerns. There were about 100 residents impacted by the flooding.
Federal investigators with OSHA are looking into the cause of a deadly construction collapse at Argyle High School.
They haven’t gone to drones yet, but Amazon is promising one-hour delivery service for selected areas in northwest Dallas County.
A star high school football player was arrested and charged with a felony count of aggravated assault after a woman claimed the 18-year-old held a knife to her neck and had sex with her.