Driver Who Struck, Killed North Texas Firefighter In Country IllegallyA Plano man responsible for a crash in Wylie that killed a volunteer firefighter and two children, was in the country illegally, but was deported before.
Driver Who Struck, Killed North Texas Firefighter May Face ChargesThere are major new developments in a case involving the tragic death of a North Texas firefighter who was killed along with his two children last week.
Support For Family Of Volunteer Firefighter, Children Killed In WreckPeter Hacking, his 4-year-old daughter, and 22-month-old son were killed Thursday afternoon in a violent crash.
No More Locked Fire Hydrants In LavonThe small town of Lavon in Collin County no longer has locked fire hydrants.
Donkeys Replace City Lawn Mowers In LavonLavon Mayor Chuck Teske’s solution to maintaining a five acre tract of undeveloped city property on the cheap is – donkeys.
Collin County Residents Blame Poor Drainage From Construction On FloodingKathy Coleman says she says flood waters became an unexpected house guest on this Father's Day... The Lavon resident who lives on Lake Road near SH 78, says it only took 30 minutes for water to fill her front and backyards, then eventually inside the front of her house.
Community ISD Superintendent Under Fire, Schools Ranked Worst In N. TexasThe Community school board held an emergency meeting Wednesday night, most of it behind closed doors to discuss the fate of the district’s superintendent.
Police Now Involved In Battle Over Locked Fire HydrantsThere are new developments in the fight over locked fire hydrants in Lavon. The Lavon Special Utility District is now getting police involved in its battle with the fire department. This latest conflict comes after a firefighter accidentally cut a padlock.
City Leaders: Fire Hydrant Locks Are Putting Residents In DangerAn effort to protect a town's water has gone way too far, that according to both an area fire and police chief. The leaders fear people in the city of Lavon may not be safe, after the water company locked nearly every fire hydrant in town.
Camp Diggy Bones Thankful, But Still Needs HelpThe largest dog kennel in Collin County that recently lost funding said it is thankful for the people who have come forward to help, but still needs help finding homes for its dogs.
Zebra Mussels Help Bring Lake Texoma Water Back To DFWDespite the “Fiscal Cliff” impasse in Washington, Congress did get one item through in time to help more than a million-and-a-half North Texans.
The Strange Case Of A 'Jekkie' And The AT&T PACMichael Edwards refers to himself a Jekkie, a fan of the musical Jekyll and Hyde. But the moment you walk into his home in Lavon you realize he is much more than a fan.