Flower Mound Hires Highland Village's Fire ChiefAfter four years of service, Fire Chief John Glover has announced his resignation effective July 15, according to a news release from the City of Highland Village.
Highland Village Cops Help Put Out Unusual FireHighland Village police officers responded to the call to help put out an unusual fire early this morning.
Rep. Ron Simmons Announces Re-Election BidSimmons will be running for re-election to the Texas House for District 65.
Pickup Driver In Lake Dallas Train Crash DiesA train with the DCTA struck a pickup truck on Thursday morning in Lake Dallas. The train was heading from Highland Village to the Medical Center station in Denton.
All Lanes Of FM 2499 Have ReopenedGood news for North Texas drivers this Thursday! All of the southbound lanes of FM 2499 in Grapevine and Flower Mound are now open.
High Water Means Cancellations, Closures In Denton CountyBoat ramp closed at Pilot Knoll Park and Movie in the Park cancelled because of flooding.
10-Year-Old Boy Arrested In Neighborhood DisputeA North Texas family is in shock on Friday after finding out that their 10-year-old son will be spending the weekend in jail.
Police Look For North Texas Gym BurglarNorth Texas police are searching for a man they believe is responsible for burglarizing parked cars at gyms in at least five communities.
Missing Dallas Teen May Have Been SpottedSpecial needs student Alejandra Gonzalez disappeared on Wednesday of last week. But the missing teenager may have been spotted on Wednesday night at Pilot Knoll Park.
More Than 100 Firefighters Help Contain Denton County Grass FireA grass fire that shut down portions of a road in Denton County on Sunday is now 95 percent contained.
Health Clinic Accepting Bitcoin For PaymentNo cash? No credit cards? No problem. At a North Texas medical clinic, you can now pay your bill using ones and zeroes. It's the first clinic in Texas to accept Bitcoins.
More Human Cases Of West Nile In DFWThere is growing concern in the health community about the West Nile Virus, as human cases continue to pop up across North Texas even earlier in the summer than usual.