Benson Sole Finalist To Lead University Of Texas-DallasThe dean of Virginia Tech's College of Engineering has been named sole finalist to become president of the University of Texas at Dallas.
UT Dallas Graduate Receives Engagement Ring & Degree At CommencementSpoiler: She said yes.
UNT Identifies Gun Free Zones For Campus Carry LawGun free zones include sporting events at Apogee Stadium and at the UNT Coliseum.
Oregon College Shooting Rekindles Texas Campus Carry DebateNorth Texas universities, such at UT–Arlington and UT–Dallas, are holding community meetings to discuss what locations on campus concealed carry should be prohibited.
Dallas Pie Shop "Stands With Ahmed"A local pie shop, Emporium Pies, earned plenty of praise - and a pinch of criticism – for a promotion asking customers to bring in their clocks.
Researchers Work With Deaf Children At Collin County Summer CampFor dozens of campers at this week is a refreshing change of pace.
Former UT Dallas Student Indicted For Having Shotgun On CampusA former University of Texas-Dallas student has been indicted for having a weapon on campus.
Weather Has Softball Players Singing, "Rain, Rain, Go Away!"With more rain headed toward North Texas, a local college softball team is trying to make up for lost time -- while they can.
Ex-Husband Arrested For Frisco Woman's MurderThere has been an arrest in the murder of a Frisco woman. Anna Moses was found dead almost six weeks ago, and her ex-husband was taken into custody on Thursday.
Paid Parking Lots New Target For Credit Card Hackers Security experts say to be on the lookout for hackers targeting pay terminals at parking lots and garages.
DeSoto High School Taking Part In Sports Concussion StudyThe DeSoto High School Eagle's football team is taking part in a season-long study focusing on sports-related concussions.
Dallas Professor Develops 'Stealth' Program To Trap HackersLess than a week after a major cyber security flaw left millions of people wondering if their passwords, credit card numbers and even bank account numbers are safe, a University of Texas-Dallas professor says he has come up with a way to put the fear into hackers.