From near constant rain to now nearly bone dry, North Texas’ weather extremes are taking a toll on home foundations.
Cristina Baeza is a mother searching for an early childhood program to better engage her busy 3-year-old, Alyssa.
Back to school shopping getting off to an early start this year. That’s according to local retailers. So, not surprisingly, so is the effort to help provide the needed tools for economically disadvantaged kids.
In Plano, restaurant surveillance video of a pair of brazen pickpockets has turned the community into online crime fighters determined to catch the crooks.
If a hardware store is not where you’d expect to find bath salts, candles, and cookies—all locally sourced, of course—then you probably haven’t had the pleasure of stumbling into Gecko Hardware in Dallas’ Lake Highlands neighborhood.
A North Texas woman is speaking out today about a problem that she claims law enforcement has been reluctant to acknowledge: domestic violence in their own homes.
A rare kidney disorder left a Dallas man facing a near certain death if a donor couldn’t be found.
In April of last year, Kimberly Hinshaw felt a small, pea-sized bump on her thigh. It didn’t hurt and she says if she hadn’t been applying lotion she probably never would have noticed it
Students first learn assertiveness skills. Then those skills are tested during a real time ‘virtual reality’ session.
In Terrell, the busted heat at the Virginia Anne apartments has become something of a broken record.
A fake gun triggers a very real response at a Lewisville high school Thursday.
Administration officials have called the U.S. lack of paid family leave an ‘embarrassment’—especially when compared to leave policies in other developed nations.