Suspects Beat Elderly Couple During Irving Home InvasionPolice are on the hunt for several people after a violent home invasion in Irving left an elderly couple injured.
Police Investigating Rash Of Robberies After People Visit ATMsPolice in two North Texas cities are concerned about a recent string of robberies and beatings that are happening after people get cash out of ATMs.
Exxon Mobil Reports Big Drop In Q4 ProfitExxon Mobil's fourth-quarter profit dropped 40 percent and the company wrote down the value of some natural gas sites in the United States as oversupply continues to plague the industry and drive down energy prices.
Police Release Video Of Suspected Serial RobberPolice in Fort Worth are asking for the public's help with finding a robbery suspect who is said to be armed and dangerous. The robber has been hitting various payday loan stores across the Metroplex.
Irving Watch Party Cheers Trump's InaugurationRepublicans in North Texas are celebrating the peaceful transfer of power on Friday morning, after President Trump was officially sworn into office as the 45th leader of the United States.
Exploring The Texas Musicians Museum In IrvingFrom Willie and Waylon to Stevie Ray Vaughn and ZZ Top, the Texas Musicians Museum in Irving spotlights the history of Texas music culture. JD Ryan is Around Town.
Teen Admits Throwing Child Across Room; Charged With Capital MurderA 19-year-old man arrested after a 1-year-old in his care died under suspicious circumstances now faces a Capital Murder charge.
Optimism For San Diego, Oakland Lacking At NFL Owners MeetingsNFL Commissioner Roger Goodell isn't saying whether he's optimistic that San Diego and Oakland can keep their teams, while Indianapolis owner Jim Irsay considers both franchises all but gone.
Judge: No Deposition From State Official In Climate CaseA federal judge in Texas reversed course on Monday and canceled a scheduled deposition from a Massachusetts official who is looking into whether Exxon Mobil misled the public about the impact of fossil fuels on climate change.
National Scouting Museum Is Leaving IrvingThe more than 600,000 artifacts are moving to the museum in New Mexico.
Free Events In DFW For November 18-21List of free events that are happening all around North Texas, including a number of activities planned for the holidays.
Free Events In DFW For November 10-16List of free events that are happening all around North Texas, including a number of activities planned in honor of Veterans Day.