Four weeks after an attack on Dallas Police Headquarters, windows pierced by a gunman’s bullets have yet to be replaced.
John Flaherty, 16, of Irving is on a quest to bring thousands of bats to Irving.
A greenhouse restored to teach science is now teaching the students about obstacles in life. Many students are planning on returning to restore the greenhouse one more time.
A police detective was selected to preside over a grand jury that will likely consider cases stemming from a shootout involving bikers and police in Waco.
The simmering days of summer are here and Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley and Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price are working to get kids ready for school.
The search is over for a pot-bellied pig that went missing from her East Dallas yard on Monday. The pig, named Eleanor Pigby, has been found in Kaufman County.
A rare kidney disorder left a Dallas man facing a near certain death if a donor couldn’t be found.
A driver distracted by an office fire struck a 13-year-old boy Monday night.
The teen went missing Monday afternoon after a disagreement with a family member.
Between flooding and the FAA, the City of Coppell was nearly forced to cancel its fireworks show Friday night.
It was a somber night in Irving where mourners packed a small church to say goodbye to three little children who drowned last week in an apartment pool.
At Addison’s 30th annual Kaboom Town, security is checking through every bag, and limiting the size. They’re expecting 50,000 people to come out to Addison Circle Park.