In an exclusive interview with CBS 11 the parents of 16-year old Brianna Christensen say their daughter is showing signs of improvement following a deadly wreck.
In a room up on the third floor in the Denton County Administration Building dozens came Wednesday looking for something that at one point in their life they left behind.
The SPCA of Texas seized and took custody of 57 dogs, 26 cats, five puppies and one kitten — all cruelly confined in abhorrent conditions — from a property in Royse City on Wednesday.
TEX Rail, a proposed commuter rail line from downtown Fort Worth to Grapevine and the north entrance to Dallas/Fort Worth Airportwill receive $50 million in a package of federal projects.
Oil and gas technology executive Ryan Sitton and former state Rep. Wayne Christian are headed to a GOP runoff for an open seat on the Texas Railroad Commission.
Fort Worth based RadioShack today announced plans to close some 1100 underperforming stores as part of the chain’s plan to return to profitability.
Residents of Irving get a say about what to do with what’s left of an iconic landmark that was literally blown away.
Icy roads created traffic nightmares for drivers across North Texas on Monday morning, but one of the worst areas was along Interstate-45 in Navarro County.
State Fire Marshal Chris Connealy is continuing to meet with local officials in Texas counties about the dangers of ammonium nitrate, the chemical that detonated in the West fertilizer explosion.
A former Pennsylvania coal town and a Dallas suburb lost a lengthy battle to enact anti-immigrant laws Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear their appeals.
Parents of several elementary school students in Arlington say their children were bullied by police and school staff, during an assembly on bullying.
Demand for electric power across Texas isn’t growing as fast as previously thought, even during the hottest hours of summer, the operator of the electric distribution grid for most of the state said Friday.