Dallas Animal Services Sorry For Dog DeathsOfficials with Dallas Animal Services say human error was to blame in the mistaken euthanasia of four dogs on New Year's Day.
Obama Kicks Off 2015 With SnorkelingPresident Barack Obama started Thursday snorkeling with his wife and daughters at a popular spot outside of Honolulu. They spent more than four hours at the site.
A History Of The Holidays From Thanksgiving To New Years'How many people actually know the history behind one of the most joyous seasons?
Vegas Mayor Makes Good On UNT BetLas Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman is making good on a bet with Denton Mayor Mark Burroughs, after UNT beat UNLV in the Heart of Dallas Bowl game last week.
New Years Day Motorcycle Crash Results In Double FatalityTwo people have been killed after their motorcycle collided with a vehicle that pulled in front of it on New Years day.
DFW Hospitals Welcome New Year's BabiesSeveral hospitals across North Texas on Wednesday morning were eager to celebrate the births of their first 2014 babies. Check out some of the newest DFW residents.
Health Law Dampens Perry's 2014 OptimismGov. Rick Perry said that the nation's new health care law has dampened the optimism that he normally feels with the new year. Texas has the highest rate of uninsured Americans.
Tow Truck Driver Shot Along Fort Worth RoadA tow truck driver is fighting for his life on New Year's Day after getting shot while responding to a call from a group of stranded motorists in the 6800 block of South Freeway.
New Laws For The New Year In TexasNew laws are now on the books across Texas, including changes to gun rules, new laws for apartment dwellers, and why you may have to pay more for a night out on the town.
7.9 Million Texans To Travel Over HolidaysAAA Texas has predicted that 7.9 million people statewide will be traveling during the upcoming 12-day holiday period, starting Saturday and running through January 1.
Texas DPS Increasing Holiday PatrolsThe Texas DPS said that additional DWI patrols began Friday and will run through January 2. The period includes both the Christmas and New Year's Day holidays.
Drunk Drivers Also Put Police & First Responders At RiskIt appears a prominent push to keep drunk drivers off the roads, as the New Year rang in, may be paying off. While the final numbers aren’t in, some North Texas departments say their officers didn't see a big increase in New Year's intoxicated drivers.