A judge has struck down an ordinance the Hill Country city of New Braunfels adopted that banned disposable food and beverage containers.
Frisco firefighters were called to a ‘possible drowning’ at an outdoor pool at the Frisco Athletic Center Friday night.
The park and the Arts District have agreed on a partnership and a way to split revenue from a new property tax for a Public Improvement District, or PID. Park users think it’s necessary to retain the park’s attractiveness.
At Baylor Medical Center Irving, the cute pink and blue teddy bears going home with new parents aren’t to amuse the new babies; rather, they’re designed to keep them safe. They’re called “Backseat Buddies.”
A motorcyclist who was stopped by a DPS trooper chose to flee, triggering a chase that ended near Independence Parkway and Legacy Drive when the cyclist hit a curb and crashed.
Organizers of the adventure race where a competitor died this weekend defended their safety measures Monday while participants reported chaos along the stretch where the 30-year-old man died.
A Hurst shopping center has become the latest spot occupied by grackles, starlings and sparrows.
A series of closures and construction along stretches of State Highways 121 and 114 had drivers traversing detours across the Grapevine area over the weekend.
The DFW Connector Project shut down parts of Westbound State Highway 114 Wednesday night in an attempt to minimize the effect on morning commuters.
The Texas Department of Transportation is asking those who use a stretch of FM 1378 from Lucas to Fairview to attend a public meeting in at at Sloan Creek Middle School today.
You may remember the days of summer camp. But maybe your kid has different interests. If so, iD Tech Camps may be more up their alley.
An eight-year-old boy was seriously injured after he slammed his miniature 4-wheel vehicle into a parked car Sunday in northwest Dallas.