Parents Say Teens Left Unsupervised During Parts Of European TripA Sanger couple thought they were sending their 15-year-old daughter on a supervised trip to Europe. But that wasn't the case, and now they want answers.
Despite Damaging Storms, Insurance Spike Hits HomeownersIf you have not received the call or a letter, brace yourself. Insurance rates are likely going up after a year of damaging storms in North Texas.
Error Means Refunds For Some Tarrant County TaxpayersThe Tarrant County Tax Assessors Office says it will notify homeowners this week about getting a check in the mail in mid-October.
Dallas Mayor Rawlings Supports Plans For New Subway LineRawlings is planning for the future, even as some city council members said the past could bankrupt Dallas. They’re concerned about a 20-year-old lawsuit involving police and firefighter pay that’s heading for court soon.
Alternative Plan For Hiring Dallas Police Officers Being ConsideredCBS11 has learned Dallas city leaders may be backing away from their initial plan to hire 549 new police officers in one year.
Court: Texas Law Regulating Road Signs Violates Free SpeechA Texas appeals court has overturned a law that allowed state officials to regulate signs along highways and interstates, saying parts of the regulation violate free speech rights.
Denton Sprays for Mosquitoes Near Zika Patient's HomeThe City of Denton targeted the yards of 22 homes to spray where mosquitoes could breed after a resident returned from Puerto Rico with the Zika virus.
Belt-Tightening In Frisco After Voters Reject Tax HikeFrisco ISD leaders in the fast-growing Collin County suburb are working to fill a $30 million hole after voters rejected a proposed 13 cent tax hike last weekend.
American's No. 2 Executive Departs For United AirlinesThe president and No. 2 executive at American Airlines is leaving to take the same job with rival United Airlines.
Court Denies Asylum To 28 Detained Latin American MothersA legal ruling that would send 28 detained immigrant mothers and their children back to Latin America despite their claims they face persecution upon return was upheld on Monday by a federal appeals court.
VA: Ex-Marine Who Killed 3 In Baton Rouge Didn't Have PTSDA former Marine who ambushed and killed three Baton Rouge law enforcement officers last month never saw combat in Iraq, but told doctors he suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder because a buddy showed him videos of maimed and decapitated bodies, according to newly released Veterans Health Administration medical records.
New FAA Drone Rules Now In EffectNew commercial drone regulations set forth by the Federal Aviation Administration are now in effect, and a North Texas drone retailer and training center has already seen a major uptick in business.