Thousands of people flocked to Waxahachie for the 18th Annual Texas Country Reporter Festival Saturday.
Fifth graders at a Fort Worth elementary school told their parents a teacher separated them by race, and then insulted them and their families.
From the noise, to the smell of potential pollutants, residents in one Mansfield neighborhood are complaining about fracking near their homes.
The domino effect of the partial government shutdown has hit small businesses in North Texas.
Six Flags has denied being responsible for the death of a woman who fell off the Texas Giant roller coaster in July.
A Department of Veterans Affairs official told a House committee Monday he did not think ongoing problems reported at the North Texas Health System and other facilities are systemic.
They call it Lake Bacon. Even if it hasn’t rained, residents on Bacon Drive in North Fort Worth know that every day, every week, every month, if they go out their cars are going to get wet.
Days after a Denton teen was killed in an accidental shooting, and just hours after his funeral, his high school football team took the field without its senior leader.
The death of a Denton-Guyer High school student appears to be an accident, according to Montague County Sheriff investigators.
Hackers at the University of Texas at Austin are shedding some light on the vulnerability of technology many people depend on in today’s world – the Global Positioning System (GPS).
High levels of contaminants, including arsenic are present, according to a University of Texas at Arlington study, in private water wells near gas operations.
Gaius Vaenuku mother spoke to CBS 11 about almost losing her son two years ago when he saved his brother from their burning home.