A grand jury will have to determine whether a Texas man who killed a 17-year-old boy in his teenage daughter’s bedroom knew he was shooting the girl’s guest — or thought he was shooting an intruder.
According to Consumer Reports, since the housing market crisis Americans have changed their criteria for what makes a home desirable.
Arlington residents who rent out their homes to sports fans may soon face new restrictions.
Grand Prairie police say the homeowner called 9-1-1 to report someone breaking into a window of his home and fired at the suspect while still on the phone with the dispatcher.
Police responding to a 9-1-1 call for a burglar with a bat, ended up watching a citizen observer and a resident chase down and shoot both suspects.
Tarrant County offers a free program that gives property owners a “heads up” if someone is trying to file documents on their property. The program is called Property Fraud Alert and it alerts individuals to potentially fraudulent activity involving their personal information.
It’s the time of year when North Texas starts to see tornadoes, wildfires and other weather related catastrophes. Now is also the time to consider the chance your property insurance won’t cover the cost of losing everything in your home.
Haltom City police are searching for the person who attacked a homeowner after he confronted suspects trying to break into vehicles in his neighborhood.
No one wants a freeway running through their backyard, but some Celina Residents are learning for the first time that they might soon have one.
North Texans, struggling to make mortgage payments, have a chance to save their dream. The Save the Dream Event” began Thursday at the Dallas Convention Center — aimed at helping homeowners cut through mortgage red tape.
A McKinney man is in critical condition after police say an intruder shot him with his own gun. The homeowner heard noises, grabbed his gun, and was confronted by three would be burglars.