Flu Case Numbers On The Rise In North Texas, Not Slowing Down Anytime SoonFlu cases are on the rise in North Texas, and the worst is yet to come.
1 Shovel Of Dirt At A Time: New Efforts In Place To Replant Dallas TreesThe landscape of Dallas is barer than it was a year ago, thanks to three weather events that claimed thousands of trees. But now, efforts to replace those trees are beginning, including one Friday morning at Kidd Springs Park in Oak Cliff.
DFW Airport Approves American Airlines' Proposal For New KitchenA spokesperson for the company said the current kitchen was built in 1982 and can no longer handle the growing number of flights American operates.
Fort Worth Activists Frustrated With Hiring Of Police Chief Ed Kraus Without National SearchMany community members are frustrated by the hiring of Ed Kraus as the new Fort Worth police chief because the city didn’t conduct a national search, or even consider any other internal candidates for the role.
Persistent Neighbor May Have Saved Lives In Dallas Condo FireNeighbors at the Sable Ridge Condominiums along Abrams Drive in Northeast Dallas say the persistence of one man may have saved lives from a fire that destroyed a 30 unit building.
Kennedale High School Football Star JD Coffey Making Right Choice For Path To SuccessKennedale High School's JD Coffey ended his junior season as the 4th highest ranked safety in the entire country — throw his 3.7 GPA in the mix, and almost every major university is knocking at his door.
North Texas Church Plans To Honor Rosa Parks Legacy With New Atatiana Jefferson MemorialA North Texas church is honoring the Rosa Parks legacy with a memorial to the late Atatiana Jefferson — the 28-year-old who was shot and killed by a former Fort Worth police officer inside her home almost two months ago.
DFW Airport Runs Smoothly During Busiest Travel Day Of The YearNearly 250,000 passengers are expected to fly in, out, or through DFW Airport on what may be one of the busiest days the airport has ever seen. 
Holiday Shopping Frenzy Just Beginning For Some North TexansAs Thanksgiving comes to an end, the shopping frenzy is just starting across North Texas.
Salvation Army Opened Arms, Filled Plates For North Texans In Need This ThanksgivingThe Salvation Army celebrated Thanksgiving today by passing out meals to people who are homeless and to families who just couldn’t afford turkey and all the trimmings this year.
Wrong-Way Driver Kills Teen, Dog In 820 CrashA wrong-way driver struck three vehicles Thursday morning, killing a teen and a dog.