Many Arlington Heights residents have been on pins and needles as much of North Texas has been on flood watch since Wednesday night. The Fort Worth neighborhood has a nasty tendency to flood.
An open carry gun rights group is asking a judge to temporarily suspend enforcement of a law preventing people from handing out flyers to people driving by in busy intersections.
Wichita Falls is looking at spreading a state-approved, environmentally friendly polymar over its largest lake, Arrowhead.
Sundance Square President and CEO Johnny Campbell views their new rule as a guarantee other activities won’t interrupt so-called fountain time.
If it flies, crawls, bites, buzzes or stings, chances are it’s thriving after recent rains.
Many homeowners say they have flooded the city with complaints for years about poor drainage in the area but still fear flooding when heavy rain storms hit.
A luxury house dangling over a fractured Lake Whitney cliff that fascinated people nation-wide is now a smoldering pile of rubble.
Arlington is poised for two major developments and an image make-over with a new logo and marketing plan.
He popularized the word “affluenza” during the notorious case of a 16-year-old who admitted he was drunk when he crashed his truck and killed four people.
The Chisolm Trail Parkway has been on the drawing boards in one form or another for more than 50 years.
State records released about an animal cruelty investigation at the Camp Bowie Animal Clinic paint a picture of an unsanitary workplace with a vet who kept animals in cages almost around the clock.
The current superintendent of Prime Prep Academy, the school founded by former Dallas Cowboy Deion Sanders is asking the FBI to look into prior spending at the school.