Texas Radio Legend Bill Mack Dies At 88 From COVID-19, Son SaysTexas radio legend and award-winning country songwriter Bill Mack has died at the age of 88 from COVID-19, his son announced Friday.
Heat Advisory In DFW, But No Triple Digit Temps YetWe are expecting less humidity on Friday and this Fourth of July holiday weekend, so thing get a little better.
More Restaurants Close After Workers Test Positive For COVID-19Several restaurants in Dallas-Fort Worth have temporarily closed after employees tested positive for COVID-19.
Padma Lakshmi Get Political, Talks To Texans About The Wall In New Series "Taste the Nation" sees the celebrity foodie go to El Paso and talk to locals about the wall.
West 7th Street Bars Re-Open Just In Time For Memorial Day WeekendAfter weeks of quiet, the music is once again blasting around West 7th.
Missing 12-Year-Old In Fort Worth Has Been FoundLaloni Jones was last seen around 7 p.m. at the YMCA located at the corner of Ederville Road Sandy Lane.
Some North Texas Bars Rush To Get Back In Business, Others Plan To WaitOn Thursday, staff at Lee Harvey's in Dallas prepared to start serving drinks at midnight, the moment the governor’s latest amended order takes effect.
'I Am A Fighter': Roanoke Business Owner Remains Resilient After Permanently Closing DoorsThe Nest and Roost owner Jenee Molacek did not qualify for government aid and by mid-April, the working mom made a tough decision to close the doors for good.
Dallas Police Searching For Driver Who Struck, Killed Bicyclist Then Fled ScenePolice said a dark sedan struck the bicyclist at 2300 Elsie Faye Heggins St. at about 8:55 p.m. May 16.
During Pandemic, Dallas Regional Chamber Says Businesses Considering Relocating Corporate HQs, Offices To DFWThe Dallas Regional Chamber says businesses are looking at potentially relocating corporate headquarters or building regional offices in North Texas, even during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Number Of Domestic Violence Deaths Rise In North TexasAdvocates estimate that there have been at least eight deaths in eight weeks tied to domestic violence.
North Texas Trauma Victims Donate Masks To Former Doctors, NursesAlmost a year after Katrina Looper's kids survived a horrific boating incident, they've donated about 300 masks to the hospital and staffers who treated them.
ADT Employee Spied On North Texas Customers' Home Security Systems, Lawsuit StatesBoth lawsuits say the employee was able to view customers’ intimate and private moments, including when they were nude or partially dressed.
Lancaster ISD Gets Creative With Graduation During Coronavirus PandemicWith the coronavirus pandemic still looming over North Texas, school districts across the area are adjusting, adapting and getting creative to celebrate 2020 graduates.
Youth Sports To Begin Again Soon, But With New Restrictions PresentTeam administrators and city leaders are working to set social distancing guidelines, knowing some traditions will have to be sidelined in the name of safety.