A North Texas couple wants answers from PetSmart about how their beloved miniature poodle died in their care.
According to police, the driver of an 18-wheeler lost control after suffering a blown tire in the northbound lanes at Corinth Parkway. The roadway was opened just before 6 a.m.
A woman has been killed after being hit by two vehicles on the South Freeway in Fort Worth. Police are looking for one of the vehicles, which fled the scene.
Interstate-35W, north of Fort Worth, will be shut down for the entire weekend. A spokesperson with the Texas Department of Transportation said it’s the first time the agency has closed the highway for such a long period of time.
The ice storm that brought many motorists to a complete standstill over this past weekend is having a similar effect on deliveries at North Texas grocery stores.
The Texas attorney general’s office defended strict new state limits on abortion Monday by arguing at a court hearing that they seek to expressly protect “fetal life,” not just the safety of women terminating pregnancies.
A woman is hospitalized in Dallas after getting pushed from her vehicle on Interstate-35 early Thursday morning.
Depending on how you look at it, a Texas man is either one of the luckiest people in the world, or one of the unluckiest. Texan Joe Berti ran the Boston Marathon was on I-35 when the West explosion happened.
Mourners holding U.S. flags gone limp from a light rain crowded streets and highway overpasses in North Texas on Tuesday to watch the funeral procession for slain former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle.
At least one person is dead after a chain collision of 13 vehicles on Interstate 35 northbound just outside of Waco.
The commute for some North Texans could soon be getting better. The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) has cleared another hurdle in plans to rebuild part of I-35W in Fort Worth.
With a Central Texas highway soon to adopt the nation’s fastest speed limit, business leaders in the small town of Lockhart, located along the route, have some pretty high hopes.