A preliminary investigation has led one North Texas police department to believe a crash that took the life of a high school student may have been the result of texting while driving.
State leaders are finally lifting a nearly yearlong moratorium on a $3 billion cancer agency in Texas that came unraveled by a criminal investigation and questionable spending.
A man suspected of killing his mother and four other people during a quick series of attacks in his rural North Texas community struggles with drug addiction, his brother said.
A man accused of killing five people – including burning one to death – was arrested early Tuesday after an hours-long search in Terrell, police said.
Fifth graders at a Fort Worth elementary school told their parents a teacher separated them by race, and then insulted them and their families.
The Dallas apartment fire had been burning for more than an hour. The search for trapped victims had been completed. It was time to clear the place, fight the blaze from the outside rather than the inside, and turn on the ladder pipes – huge, crane-like hoses capable of spewing tons of water onto the top of the building.
It was designed to provide a scare for fun, not scare someone to death. The Texas Giant roller coaster reopened at Six Flags in Arlington nearly two months after a woman was flung from it to her death.
Boosters and assistant coaches at Oklahoma State handed out tens of thousands of dollars to players for at least a decade as the program grew into a national power, according to a Sports Illustrated article released Tuesday.
A Blue Mound police officer was fired and another resigned after they were accused of tipping off the city’s mayor that his name was mentioned during a narcotics investigation.
Three people in their 20s were shot and killed, according to Dallas police, in the Oak Lawn area on Sunday morning.
Five decades after President John F. Kennedy was fatally shot and long after official inquiries ended, thousands of pages of investigative documents remain withheld from public view.
An Arlington family says the school district will not allow a six-year-old with autism to take a life-saving device to school.