As the costumed crowd made its way door to door in Estes Park, parents and police kept a close eye on children this Halloween.
More than 80 people came together at Munger Place Church at a prayer meeting for the second Dallas Ebola patient Monday night.
Classmates of some of children who are being monitored by health officials, say they are worried about their friends.
Word of Tuesday’s official determination making a patient at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas the first diagnosed Ebola case stateside hasn’t affected flights.
Forget the Black Friday ads for TVs and toys: stores are finding a way to lure in customers right now.
Residents of the Meadowbrook neighborhood in East Fort Worth are fed up with tornado sirens that keep going off there.
Quick thinking and attention to detail kept an emergency from turning tragic after police say a grandmother left a child alone in the car on a sweltering day.
Many young athletes are preparing to hit the gridiron next week, and parents want to ensure they’re protected properly.
Thanks to technology, harnessing solar power is more affordable for homeowners today than in the past.
“They were so very nice and looked like a happy family,” said Daisy’s father, Fausto Caceres, who woke up to police pounding on his front door.
The rarity of high 60s and low 70s at night in North Texas, isn’t lost on people who live here.
City of Dallas staff members are conducting traffic studies on the roads surrounding Klyde Warren Park, and some stakeholders in the neighborhood say they need more information.