TxDOT Installs $40,000 Metal Fence To Address Fort Worth Pedestrian IssueA single block of Lancaster Avenue in east Fort Worth is now divided by a black, metal fence to address a problem that Neighborhood Association representatives asked about two years ago.
President Trump Heads To The Mexican Border To Tour New FencePresident Trump heads to the southern border to commemorate the completion of what the White House says is the first segment of his border wall.
New Ordinance Prohibits Unattended Dog Tethering In MesquiteA new city ordinance will take effect in July prohibiting tethering of dogs unless the owner is physically present within the outdoor area where the dog is tethered and the dog is in view of the owner at all times.
Video: Hawaii Lava Destroys Car; Property On Big IslandIn the video, a lava flow can be seen slowly creeping across the roadway towards a white Ford Mustang. The flow eventually reaches and ignites the vehicle.
How Tall Is Too Tall? North Dallas Fence Fight BrewingA North Dallas community is feeling unfairly targeted after homeowners began receiving citations from the city claiming their fences were too tall.
Planners Approve Design For Taller White House FenceA planning agency has approved the design of a taller, stronger fence around the White House.
Prize Heifer Smashes Through Fence, On The Loose In MansfieldA prize longhorn is on the loose in Mansfield and officials are asking for the public's help in finding it.
Driver Held After Vehicle Crashes Through Texas Capitol FenceInvestigators say a driver has been arrested after his vehicle crashed through a fence outside the Texas Capitol.
2 Busiest Texas Airports See 13 Breaches To Security FencesAn Associated Press investigation found that people breached perimeter security fences or gates at Texas' two largest airports 13 times over the past decade.
Dover Speedway Installs Catch Fence For 2015 NASCAR SeasonDover International Speedway started work Monday on a new catch fence that will be installed in time for the 2015 NASCAR season.
Government Settles Texas Border Fence Land CaseThe U.S. government has paid almost $1 million for part of a South Texas nature preserve taken for the border fence, drawing to a close nearly four years of litigation in one of the project's highest-profile condemnation cases.