News Now: North Texas Storms & San Antonio Dentist DogAt least two people were hurt last night when storms blew through North Texas, damaging homes. Plus, a therapy dog is helping ease stress for some dental patients in San Antonio.
Early Morning Storms Cause Damage Across North TexasTwo people were hurt after a storm damaged a home outside Joshua, Texas in Johnson County.
Wildfire Risk Remains High In North TexasJohnson County on Wednesday became the most recent North Texas county to implement burn bans to try and limit the risk.
Music-Filled Fundraiser For Family Of Mother & Daughter Killed In CrashSome local musicians are hoping the power of music will help a North Texas family in their darkest hour. Lori Quan and her 7-year-old daughter, Hannah, were killed as they pulled into a church parking lot.
2 Dead After Crash In Front Of Church In Johnson CountyTwo people have died after a crash in front of a Burleson church Sunday evening, authorities say.
Louis Vuitton Looking To Call Johnson County HomeParis, London, Milan and Johnson County, Texas. They’re all about to be connected, by high fashion, and French luxury.
Mobile 911 Outage In Garland And Johnson CountyJohnson County, including the City of Cleburne had an outage with 911 services that includes text to 911.
North Texas Neighborhood Is A Speeding 'No Man's Land'Alleged speeding in a Godley neighborhood is so severe, some parents won't let the kids play outside.
Damage Reported After Severe Storms Rattle DFWSevere storms rattled North Texas early Wednesday. Wind speeds in parts of DFW registered in the 90 mph range at times. Many residents will spend Wednesday assessing the damage.
Small City Of Godley Growing RapidlyThe sleepy country town is growing thanks to Chisholm Trail Parkway.
Structure Fire Fills Johnson County Sky With Thick SmokeA large structure fire at a business in south Johnson County filled the sky with thick black smoke Tuesday afternoon.
Seventy Years In Police Work And Still Going StrongThe oldest law enforcement officer in Texas has some sage advice for police: “All I’d say is, watch your back.”